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Course Outline_ECN204

Course Outline_ECN204 - RYERSON UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF...

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1 RYERSON UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ARTS DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS WINTER 2011 ECN204-INTRODUCTORY MACROECONOMICS (Required Course) Prof. C. Angyridis Department of Economics Office: JOR 214 Office Hours: Wednesday, 1-3 pm Tel: (416) 979-5000, ext. 7725 Email: [email protected] Blackboard: http://my.ryerson.ca Course Description: This course centers around an explanation of the levels of national income, employment and prices, the business cycle, factors affecting economic growth and international trade. It also includes a critical analysis of monetary and fiscal policies designed to achieve the established goals. Prerequisites: None. Antirequisite: ECN210. Required Textbook: Michael Parkin and Robin Bade, Macroeconomics: Canada in the Global Environment , Seventh Edition (2010), Pearson Canada. Course Evaluation: Assignments: 10% (2% x 5) Midterm Test: 40% - February 14 th (in class) Final Exam: 50% - April 18 th - 30 th (TBA) Students missing the midterm test will receive a grade of zero if satisfactory documentation is not provided. With proper documentation, you will be eligible to take a
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