If the building that the class is in is affected follow the evacuation

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place. If the building that the class is in is affected, follow the evacuation procedures for the building. After evacuation, seek shelter at a predetermined rendezvous location. Disability Support Services (DSS) Any student who may need an accommodation based on the potential impact of a disability should contact the Disability Support Services office at 202-994-8250 in the Rome Hall, Suite 102, to establish eligibility and to coordinate reasonable accommodations. For additional information see: disabilitysupport.gwu.edu/ Mental Health Services 202-994-5300 The University's Mental Health Services offers 24/7 assistance and referral to address students' personal, social, career, and study skills problems. Services for students include: crisis and emergency mental health consultations confidential assessment, counseling services (individual and small group), and referrals. For additional information see: counselingcenter.gwu.edu/
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ECONOMICS 2102 INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMICS Laurence H.Meyer, Adjunct Professor of Economics Sping 2019 MW 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Email [email protected] Office Hours MW 9:00 am - 10:30 a Room 308 Munroe Phone 202-368-7704 Text Meyer, Macroeconomics: A Model Building Approach II , 2019, Blackboard I. The Macro Paradigm Meyer, Chapter 1 II. Building Blocks Meyer, Chapter 2 “Measuring Output Using GDP,” Boundless Economics, Google “Calculating the Consumer Price Index,” Quikonomics, Google Haubrich, “PCE and CPI Inflation: What’s the Difference?” FRB Cleveland, Google “Okun’s Law,” Wikipedia, Google III. Where We Are and Where are We Going? Meyer, Chapter 3
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CBO, The Budget and Economic Outlook: 2018 - 2028 , “Summary” (pp 2 -6) and “The Economic Outlook” (pp 7 - 13), Google IV. The Keynesian IS-LM Model Meyer, Chapter 4 V. The Keynesian IS-MP Model Meyer, Chapter 5 David Romer, “Keyensian Macroecnomics without the LM Curve,” Journal of Economic Perspectives , Spring 2000, 149 - 152, 154 - 156, Google VI. The Classical or Long-run Keynesian Model Meyer, Chapter 6 Romer, 17 - 20; 73 - 79 PROBLEM SET # 1 VII. The Neoclassiclal Synthesis Meyer, Chapter 7 Blanchard, “Neoclassical Synthesis”, MIT, Google VIII. Open Economy Macro Meyer, Chapter 8 Herbert Stein, “Balance of Payments,” Econlib, Google Romer, “Short-run fluctuations”, II, 23 - 39, Google
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IX. The Phillips Curve Meyer, Chapter 9 Powell, “Monetary Policy and Risk Management at a Time of Low Inflation and Low Unemployment,” Federal Reserve Board Website and Google Yellen, “Inflation Dynamics and Monetary Policy,” September 24, 2015, Federal Reserve Board Website, pp 4 - 5, Appendix Olivier Blanchard, “The U.S. Phillips Curve: Back to the 1960s?”, Peterson Institute for International Economics, January 2016, Google “What Caused the Great Inflation?” Economists View, Google
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