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INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMICS 01:220:103 Section B7 Summer 2011 Page 1 of 2 05/31/2011 - 07/08/2011 MW 6:00-10:20pm at FH-A4 Instructor: João Rafael Cunha Email: Office hours: Mon. & Wed. 4:30pm-5:30pm or by appointment via email Prerequisite : Precalculus 640:111 or 115 or placement into Calculus 640:135 Course outcome: Students who satisfactorily complete Introduction to Macroeconomics will understand and be able to articulate the core principles, concepts and theories of modern macroeconomics (the basic aggregate demand and supply model, the multiplier, the Keynesian, Classical and Monetarist models, the open-economy macro model, neo-classical and new growth theory, etc). Students will begin to develop the ability to interpret and analyze economic data such as aggregate output, inflation, unemployment and growth rates. Through lectures, discussions, assignments and readings students will become familiar with the theoretical framework of macroeconomics
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