Syllabus Econ 325 Spring 2009

Syllabus Econ 325 Spring 2009 - Department of Economics...

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Department of Economics Prof. Allan Drazen University Of Maryland Spring 2009 Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis Economics 325 - Section 02 Lecture: Tuesday, Thursday 11:00 – 11:50 ARM 0135 TA Session: Friday, according to section number Course page on ELMS: Course ID is 200901_ECON325_drazen My Office: TYD 4118G; 301-405-3477. Office Hrs: Tues, Thurs 12:00-1:00 My e-mail: [email protected] Text : Blanchard, Macroeconomics , 5 th ed., Prentice Hall 2009. The course is meant to enhance your understanding of the functioning of the aggregate economy. It is intended for economics majors, and I will assume that you have a solid understanding of the material covered in the “Principles” courses (ECON 200 and 201). It is also assumed that you are familiar with techniques of differential calculus Grades for the course will be determined by two midterm exams (each counting for 22.5% of the course grade), a cumulative final exam (45% of the course grade), and homework assignments (10% of the course grade). The two in-class exams are scheduled for
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2011 for the course ECON 325 taught by Professor Chugh during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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