This course is designed in the format of a lecture-reading-seminar. The course presents a more in-depth coverage of recent developments in macroeconomic theory and applications. The course will provide students with the ability to apply, synthesise and evaluate modern macroeconomic theory and policy frameworks.
- Semester 1 - 2015
1. Demonstrate an understanding of macroeconomic theories and principles
2. Demonstrate familiarity with research questions and issues and the skills for investigation of contemporary macroeconomic policy issues to draw policy implications especially for countries in the Asia-Pacific.
Lecture topics include the following:
- Growth models
- Real business cycles
- Generalised equilibrium models
- Stock-flow models
- Unemployment and sustainable full employment
- Fiscal and monetary policies and policy debates.
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in economics.
Presentation: Article Reviews and Presentations
Case Study / Problem Based Learning: Written Case study and Presentation
Formal Examination: Final examination in formal exam period
Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term