Macroeconomics I: Course Structure

Posted: October 12, 2015 in Educational Material, Grad Macro I Fall 2015-2016
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Macroeconomic Theory

alogoskoufis.george_1394213166_54This is the first part of the compulsory graduate course in Macroeconomics, taught by Professor George Alogoskoufis. It assumes some familiarity with undergraduate macroeconomics and basic mathematical tools.

We focus on the theory of economic growth, consumption and investment, the theory of money and alternative theories of aggregate fluctuations, unemployment and inflation.

The course aims to present the main models used in modern macroeconomic analysis and research, and to familiarize students with them as well as with current analytical methods and techniques.

The course covers the following topics: 1. Models of exogenous and endogenous growth. 2. Models of consumption and investment under uncertainty. 3. Models of the money market, the price level and inflation. 4. New Classical models of aggregate fluctuations. 5. New Keynesian models of aggregate fluctuations, unemployment and inflation.

The detailed notes of lectures and exercises, communications and supplementary material are continuously posted on the course website.

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