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Macroeconomic Theory I

This course is an introduction to advanced macroeconomic theory which is based on dynamic optimization and general equilibrium. Applications will vary from year to year and may include economic fluctuations, economic growth, asset pricing, and fiscal policy. *All Economics Department students registering in Economics 723 are required to complete the Economics 765 examinations which are held during the first week of September. To help students, the Economics Department offers a voluntary preparation camp in August. This camp is an intensive ten-day refresher course in mathematics that has been designed to help students succeed in the examinations.

ECON 723

Unit(s): 3.0 Level(s): Graduate Term(s): Fall Offered?: Yes Language?: No

Marc-Andre Letendre

Associate Professor | Chair of the Department of Economics