A4, 9:50-11:10 am, Monday and Thursday.
Professor Jae Won Lee, JWLEE@econ.rutgers.edu
Nga Nguyen, firstname.lastname@example.org
O¢ ce Hours:
NJ hall 417, Thursday 3:00-5:00 pm
of the key
variables such as the GDP, in±ation, (un)employment, interest
rates, aggregate consumption/investment, exchange rates, trade balance both in the
consequences of movements of the aggregate variables.
(iii) the desired government
Economics Department Standard Learning Outcomes:
This class analyzes general equilibrium models of a monetary economy. Along the way, a student
should gain a thorough understanding of the IS/LM model, the e²ect of monetary and ³scal policy on
output and prices, the factors e²ecting economic growth, and issues related to the long-run solvency
of the ³scal sector.
Intro to Microeconomics (220:102), Intro to Macroeconomics (220:103), Calculus I (640:135 or 640:151,
1. Mankiw, N. Gregory, Macroeconomics, 7th Edition, Worth Publishers (6th edition is Okay)
2. Kaufman, Roger T., Student Guide and Workbook for use with Macroeconomics by Mankiw
The course grades will be based on three midterm exams and a ³nal exam.
Midterm I: 100 (20%), TBA (regular class hours)