Principles Of Macroeconomics


Binghamton University

  • Semester
    Summer 2024
  • Instructor
    Yichu Li
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The objective of this course is to provide an overview of macroeconomic issues. We will cover topics including but not limited to: basics of economics (the market forces of demand and supply, production possibility frontier, elasticity and etc.), essence of Macroeconomics (Gross Domestic Product, growth, unemployment and etc ), Classical Macroeconomic model (Keysian model, Neoclassical model), fiscal & monetary policy (inflation, money supply, interest rates etc) and theory of open economy. We will study the impact of fiscal and monetary policy on economic stabilization, aggregate demand and distribution of income. To encourage analytical and critical thinking, important policy debates will be discussed. Grading will be based on homework assignments, a case study, class participation in discussions, and one final exam.
General Education Area(s): Social Sciences
Course Area: Economics
Level: Lower Level Undergraduate
Dates: 05-28-2024 - 07-01-2024
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Instructor: Yichu Li
Local Course ID: 24SU_BIN_ECON162_01
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