ECON 051 SC - Principles of Macroeconomics
An introductory course in the workings of the national economy—how the level of GDP is determined and why it fluctuates, the causes of inflation and unemployment, and the factors that influence the economy's growth rate. The model of the economy that is developed can be used to examine the role of government, the international implications of domestic policies, the importance of public debt and deficits, and other current macro policy issues. Offered annually.
Course Credit: 1.0
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