ECON 412 - Topics in Macroeconomics
Section: 001 Applied Macroeconomics and Monetary Theory
Term: FA 2007
Subject: Economics (ECON)
Department: LSA Economics
Enforced Prerequisites:
ECON 402 with a grade of at least C-; or Graduate standing.
May not be repeated for credit.
Rackham Information:
Rackham credit requires additional work.
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This is an advanced course in applied macroeconomics and monetary theory. It involves theoretical and empirical analysis of such phenomena as depression, inflation, stagflation, stock market fluctuations, and productivity slowdowns. Probably topics include the Great Depression, the German hyperinflation, the stagflation of the 1970s, stabilization of inflation, gold and bimetallic standards, macroeconomic determinants of stock price fluctuations, growth and development, consumer confidence, and macroeconomic implications of oil price changes.

In Fall 2007, students may not receive credit for ECON 412 and ECON 395, section 002.

For textbook information, please visit the ECON Textbook Information Website. Information will be posted for each class as soon as it is available.

ECON 412 - Topics in Macroeconomics
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001 (LEC)
MW 10:00AM - 11:30AM
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