ECON S-1012 Macroeconomic Theory

7-week session | CRN 30345

In this course we build economic models of growth, unemployment, inflation, and trade. These models are used to analyze fiscal and monetary policies and to sort out the controversies among macroeconomists. Students learn advanced concepts which can be applied to the economic analysis of business and policy situations. In addition to the textbook, students apply data in real time to the models and concepts presented. Concepts from the course are applied to current policy debates in the United States and elsewhere.

Course information
Class meetings

Mondays, Wednesdays, 8:30-11:30 am
Harvard Hall 103

Start date

Monday, June 25

Credits

4 credits

Course tuition

Noncredit: 
$3,300
Undergraduate: 
$3,300
Graduate: 
$3,300

Enrollment status

  • Not Limited
  • Current enrollment: 6
  • Prerequisites

    ECON S-10ab or the equivalent; also pass proficiency examination.

    Notes

    Open to admitted Secondary School Program students by petition. Harvard College students see additional information.

    Syllabus

    http://my.summer.harvard.edu/course/sum-30345/2018

    Faculty

    Aaron L. Jackson, PhD.

    Professor of Economics, Bentley University

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