ECON-2203 Introduction to Macroeconomics
This is the first course of basic preparation in macroeconomic theory. The course is focused on presenting the fundamentals of this discipline and approaching the typical methodology of the macroeconomic analysis. The Colombian situation is a permanent indicator throughout the course, it is used to compare the theoretical statements posed and show some peculiarities of our domestic economy. Finally, the student is expected to get familiar with database management and get used to provide follow-up in the macroeconomic situation. The course will also address the classical model as benchmark of long-term economic analysis and short-term IS-LM and Added Supply/Demand Models, along with basic macroeconomic concepts as GDP and other macroeconomic aggregates, interest rates and inflation.
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