ECON325

Macroeconomic Analysis

15 points

Not offered 2021, offered in 2013, 2014

For further information see Department of Economics and Finance

Description

ECON325 studies the economy as a whole to understand the two main areas of macroeconomics: long-run growth in the standard of living and the general level of prices, and short-run fluctuations in employment and output. The course gives particular attention to the mathematical techniques that economists use to study these areas and the microeconomic foundations that underpin much of macroeconomic analysis.

Pre-requisites

(1) ECON105; (2) ECON203 or
(ECON208 and ECON321)

Restrictions

ECON201