ECON 3312. MACROECONOMICS. 3 Hours.
Aggregate economic performance, including economic growth and business cycles. Models and real data will be used. Interactions among private sector behavior, government policies, central bank actions and international events, and their effects on GDP, employment, growth, and prices will be studied. Prerequisite: ECON 2305, ECON 3303, and 60 credit hours.
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