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University of Oregon, Department of Economics Economics 313: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory, Fall 2016. TuTh noon 1:50pm in 208 DEA (CRN 11902) TuTh 2:00pm 3:50pm in 208 DEA (CRN 11903) Professor George W. Evans Office: 441 PLC. Office hours: Thursday 4:15 5:15pm and Friday 9:30 10:20am. Phone: 541-346-4662. email: [email protected] Graduate Teaching Fellow: Thomas Stockwell Office: 319 PLC. Office hours: Monday and Tuesday, 10-11am. email: [email protected] Economics 313 is the basic course in macroeconomic theory for economics majors and minors. Math 111 (college level algebra) and Economics 202 (Introduction to Macroeconomics) are prerequisites for the course, and Economics 311 (Intermediate Microeconomic Theory) is strongly recommended. Textbook: Custom version of Olivier Blanchard, Macroeconomics , Seventh Edition, Pearson. This is available at the UO Bookstore, shrink-wrapped with MyEconLab, which will be needed for homework. Slides from the lectures will be available for each topic, once the lectures on that topic are completed. These will be made available on Canvas. In several cases lectures will cover topics not treated or only partially treated by Blanchard. Course Description: This course covers the theory of the determination of aggregate output, unemployment, prices, interest rates, inflation, and open economy topics, in the short-run and the medium-run, with applications to the U.S. economy and discussions of macroeconomic policy issues. You should aim to become well informed about the current state of the U.S.
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