ECON 311 - Macroeconomics
This course provides a comprehensive overview of macroeconomics. It examines both long-run and short-run macroeconomic issues. Topics include economic growth, income inequality, unemployment, inflation, stabilization policy, government debt and deficits, international trade, exchange rates, and financial crises. Students will be exposed to both macroeconomic theory and contemporary macroeconomic issues. Special emphasis is placed on developing economic tools and applying those tools to contemporary issues.
MATH-101, or MATH-111, or MATH-161
Credit Hours: 3
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