Econ 2400 Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory I course outline

Econ 2400 Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory I course outline

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Economics, Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies, York University Fall 2011 Course Outline Course #: AP/ECON 2400 3.0 BF COURSE TITLE: INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMIC THEORY I Fall 2011 1. Course Instructor Contact: Name: Dr Shadab Qaiser Office: 1078 Vari Hall Phone: 416-736-2100 Ext 33344 Office Hours: TBA Email: [email protected] Link to Course Website: http://dept.econ.yorku.ca/qaisers/ The course website will be used for posting announcements, lecture handouts, practice assignments, practice tests, and some interesting links. Teaching Assistant Information: TBA 2. Course Description and Prerequisites/Co-requisites: The purpose of this course is to introduce students to the theoretical tools and foundations necessary to understand macroeconomics. Students will be introduced to various topics in macroeconomics like the determination of national income, Money and inflation, Unemployment, Economic growth and business cycle theory. 3. Required Course Text/Readings: Mankiw, Gregory N. and William Scarth. Macroeconomics (4th Canadian Edition) Worth Publishers, 2011 The Study guide is optional
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