Macroeconomics II

Duration Time 13 weeks
Certificate yes
Lessons 0
Course features
Compulsory Course
Credits : 5
RE&D Department
Lecture Hours : 5
Lab Hours : 0
Spring Semester
Laboratory & Teaching Staff
His research interests are in the fields of Agricultural Economics, with emphasis on ffarm management.
His academic and professional interests are in the areas of general equilibrium models, social account matrices, income distribution, Inequality and Poverty, Migration, Consumer Prices and International Competitiveness.
Course Content

On completion of this course the student will be able to:

  • Describe and present the theories of consumption, investment, economic growth and equilibrium in an open economy
  • Employ these theories to define: a) the impact on the levels of total consumption and investment b) the role of expectations in macroeconomics c) the factors that lead to growth and can explain the inequalities GDP per capita among countries, d) the factors that affect flows of goods and capital in an open economy and the significance of the international macroeconomic interdependencies
  • Describe alternative theoretical macroeconomic approaches and understand the existing/current juxtapositions on the consequences of applied macroeconomic policies
  • Present and analyse real-life scenarios

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