EconomicsECON 205A Advanced Macroeconomic Theory I

Modern macroeconomic theory: theories of growth and business cycle fluctuations; theories of household and firm behavior; models of financial markets and labor markets; recent developments in the analysis of macroeconomic policy. Courses 205A, 205B, and 205C must be taken in sequence. (Formerly Advanced Macroeconomic Theory.)

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to Ph.D. students in economics or by permission of instructor.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Fall

Instructor

The Staff