The teacher may make some changes in hisher teaching plan The students are

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An instruction plan is only a tentative plan. The teacher may make some changes in his/her teaching plan. The students are advised to use syllabus for preparation of all examinations. The students are expected to keep themselves updated on the contemporary issues related to the course. Upto 20% of the questions in any examination/Academic tasks can be asked from such issues even if not explicitly mentioned in the instruction plan.
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Week 9 Lecture 27 Output, Inflation, and Unemployment(output and inflation) T-1 R-1 OR-1 OR-2 Introduction to the keynesian world of output and inflation and how the relationship took place Understanding the keynesian school of thought Output, Inflation, and Unemployment(a keynesian view of the output-inflation trade-off) T-1 R-1 Introduction to the keynesian world of output and inflation and how the relationship took place Understanding the keynesian school of thought Week 10 Lecture 28 Output, Inflation, and Unemployment(evolution of the natural rate concept) T-1 R-1 Reformulation and evolution of natural rate theory and various aspects Seeking the knowledge of natural rate theory and reformulations made Lecture 29 New Classical Economics (the new classical position) T-1 R-1 Introduction to the new classical prepositions Seeking knowledge of the new classical school Lecture 30 New Classical Economics (broader view of new classical position) T-1 R-1 New classical prepositions and how the new concepts came into picture Understanding the broader view of the classical prepositions Week 11 Lecture 31 New Classical Economics (the keynesian counter critique) T-1 R-1 Introducing the critical aspects of keynesian school of thought Understanding the critical aspect of keynesian school of thought Lecture 32 Real business cycles and New Keynesian Economics (macroeconomic policy in a real business cycle model) T-1 R-1 Policy in the business cycles Understanding the policies related to business cycles Case study on US and the Japanese Experience Lecture 33 Real business cycles and New Keynesian Economics (new keynesian economics) T-1 R-1 Introducing the new keynesian school of economics Understanding the new keynesian school of thought Week 12 Lecture 34 Real business cycles and New Keynesian Economics (new keynesian economics) T-1 R-1 Introducing the new keynesian school of economics Understanding the new keynesian school of thought Lecture 35 Real business cycles and New Keynesian Economics (new keynesian economics) T-1 R-1 Introducing the new keynesian school of economics Understanding the new keynesian school of thought Lecture 36 Fiscal policy(the goals of macroeconomic policy and policy makers) T-1 R-1 RW-4 RW-6 Introduction to macroeconomic policies and the policy makers Understanding the role of policies and who made them Week 13 Lecture 37 Fiscal policy(fiscal policy controversies) T-1 R-1 Fiscal policies and the controversies associated to it understanding the fiscal policy and its controversies Lecture 38 Optimal Monetary Policy (the policy making process) T-1 R-1 Introduction to monetary policy and the process of policy making
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  • Macroeconomics, Keynesian economics, r-1, LTP Weeks

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