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Unformatted text preview: ECONOMICS 502.02 INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY 06813-1 Spring, 2008 Smith Laboratory 3094 TR 1:30-3:10 PM Professor Stephen McCafferty Office Hours: TR, 12:20-1:20, 451 Arps Hall, 292-7122 and by appointment E-mail: email@example.com Web Site: http://economics.sbs.ohio-state.edu/mccafferty/econ502.02/ Textbook: Charles I. Jones, Macroeconomics, W. W. Norton 2008. Overview: The basic aim of this course is to familiarize students with key barometers of macroeconomic activity and to enable them to understand how these magnitudes are determined. First, we will study how macroeconomic indicators are measured. Second, we will study models of economic growth which describe the long-run behavior of the economy. Last, we will study models of business cycles. Such models hope to explain deviations of the economy from its long-run path. Mathematical Prerequisites Students in this class are expected to have successfully taken the Math 130, 131, 132 sequence, the Math 151, 152, 153 sequence, or equivalent. These courses cover, among sequence, the Math 151, 152, 153 sequence, or equivalent....
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