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Unformatted text preview: Econ 304 Sonoma State University Fall 2007 Dr. Robert Eyler email@example.com Stevenson 2042B, 664-4256 OH : W 10-12; TTH 10-12; by appt. www.sonoma.edu/users/e/eyler Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory Course Description : This course extends topics covered in the Introduction to Macroeco- nomics. How theory and policy mix is the major focus of this course. Basic methodology used to make macroeconomic decisions, the models that describe macroeconomic phenomena and policy, are expounded upon at length. This course revisits many of the topics from the introductory course, adding applications to the main topics. These include national income accounting, fiscal and monetary policy, growth theory, microeconomic foundations of macroeconomics, and interna- tional trade/finance. Some simple econometric ideas are also discussed to further describe how policy makers watch and analyze data. This course is where you see the theories behind policy making, and where you gain the tools to become a macroeconomist.making, and where you gain the tools to become a macroeconomist....
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