Enrolled: 374 students
Lectures: 134
Level: Beginner

Course Description:

Macroeconomics is a comprehensive course that delves into the study of national economies, focusing on the overall economic performance and policies that influence key indicators such as GDP, inflation, unemployment, and economic growth. This course aims to equip students with a deep understanding of the macroeconomic theories, models, and policy tools used to analyze and address broad economic challenges at the national and global levels.

Course Objectives:

  1. Introduction to Macroeconomics: Students will be introduced to the fundamental concepts of macroeconomics, including the measurement of macroeconomic variables, circular flow models, and the three major macroeconomic goals: economic growth, price stability, and full employment.

  2. Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply: This section will focus on the determination of output and price levels in the economy through the interaction of aggregate demand and aggregate supply. Students will analyze factors influencing these curves and the impact of shifts on business cycles.

  3. Fiscal Policy: Students will explore the role of government in influencing economic activity through fiscal policy. They will learn about government spending, taxation, budget deficits, and how fiscal policy can be used to stabilize the economy during periods of recession or inflation.

  4. Monetary Policy: This segment will concentrate on the role of central banks in controlling the money supply and interest rates to achieve macroeconomic objectives. Students will analyze the effects of monetary policy on inflation, output, and employment.

  5. Economic Growth and Development: Students will study the determinants of long-term economic growth and the challenges faced by developing countries in achieving sustainable economic development.

  6. Unemployment and Inflation: The course will examine the causes, consequences, and measurement of unemployment and inflation. Students will explore different types of unemployment and inflation and how they affect economic stability.

  7. Exchange Rates and International Trade: Students will gain insight into the determination of exchange rates, balance of payments, and the impact of exchange rate fluctuations on international trade and capital flows.

  8. Open Economy Macroeconomics: This section will delve into the analysis of an open economy, exploring the effects of international trade, capital flows, and government policies in an interconnected global economy.

  9. Economic Indicators and Business Cycles: Students will learn how to interpret and analyze economic indicators, such as GDP, CPI, and unemployment rates, to understand the phases of the business cycle and predict economic trends.

  10. Macroeconomic Models: The course will introduce students to various macroeconomic models, such as the IS-LM model and the AD-AS model, to facilitate the analysis of economic phenomena and policy responses.

By the end of the course, students will have developed a comprehensive understanding of the functioning of national economies and the policies that influence economic performance. They will be equipped with analytical tools to assess macroeconomic challenges and formulate appropriate policy responses to foster stable and sustainable economic growth.

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