ECN 432 - Advanced Open Economy Macroeconomics
Analysis of forces that determine output, employment, inflation, wages, and interest rates in an open-economy setting. Topics include the challenges faced by policymakers, the role of exchange rates in the macroeconomic adjustment process, guidelines for monetary policy, and interactions between the macro economy and the financial system. Special emphasis on using high frequency macroeconomic data - such as employment, retail sales, housing, and CPI releases - to assess economic trends and present research on important policy issues. This course satisfies the oral competency requirement for the B.A. degree in Economics.
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisite Courses: ECN 322
Additional Restrictions/Requirements: Prerequisite course and admission to the Cameron School of Business.
Course Repeatablility: Course may not be repeated. Maximum Repeatable Hours: 3
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