3.00 credit hours

In this short class you will be introduced to the basics of modern microeconomic and macroeconomic thinking. Topics include consumers, firms, markets, the role of the government, information and public choice. This class will also focus on the economy as a whole: business cycle, statistics used to measure the economy, fiscal and monetary policy, international trade and development.

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Silke Forbes (Spring 2017)
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