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Introduction to Macroeconomics

ECO 101

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This course focuses on the forces that shape changes in overall economic outcomes in both the short and long run, and the potential for macroeconomic policy to affect these outcomes in a positive way. The course will introduce students to the basic frameworks that are used by researchers and policy makers. Specific topics covered include growth, development, inequality, the stock market, the environment, unemployment, inflation, business cycles, the financial system and trade. Problem sets will help students build skills in basic data analysis and quantitative methods.
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