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ECONOM 1015 - Principles of Macroeconomics
Economics - College of Arts and Science, College of Business
Credit Hours: 3
Macroeconomics generally refers to a collection of questions about how scarcity affects a collection of people interacting with one another. In this course, our focus is on understanding how scarcity affects welfare of a nation. Topics include Gross Domestic Product, government spending and taxation, economic growth, monetary and fiscal policy, unemployment and inflation, and exchange rates. Not open to students who have completed Economics [ECONOM] 1051 or Agricultural Economics [AG_EC] 1042. Prerequisites: Economics [ECONOM] 1014 or 1024.
Course approved on April 13, 2005.