[ECON 212] Intermediate Macroeconomics
In this course, construction of an organized theoretical framework facilitates an understanding of the behavior of variables such as GDP, inflation, and unemployment. An open economy approach is taken, and international analyses abound. Alternative fiscal and monetary policy strategies receive scrutiny in a variety of environments. Important contributions from macroeconomists representing schools of thought including Classical, Keynesian, New Classical, New Keynesian, etc. from throughout the 20th century are presented.
Prerequisite: Economics 199 and 211.
Offered each spring.