Catalogue 2012 - 2013

EC 215 Intermediate Macroeconomics (Formerly EC 305)

Credits

3 cr.

Prerequisite

EC 202 or EC 112 or EC207 or EC 117 and MATH 111 or MATH 123 or MATH 133.

Course Description

This is a theoretical and applicational view of aggregative economics. A survey of Classical, Keynesian, and neo-Keynesian theory leads into a study of macroeconomics and economic policies, particularly in the United States. Emphasis is on current national economic goals and the macro dynamics of inflation, growth, investment, and consumption as well as the problem. Public policies to promote economic stability and growth are discussed in detail.

Distribution

MR