ecop372 | undergraduate
Principles Of Macroeconomics
This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Fundamentals of Macroeconomics
- Identify sources of historical economic data and economic forecasts.
- Describe gross domestic product, inflation rate, unemployment rate, and interest rate.
- Explain the economic interaction of resources among households, government, and business.
International Trade and Finance
- Explain how foreign exchange rates are determined.
- Analyze the effects of international trade on the U.S. macroeconomy.
- Analyze the impact of trade restrictions, tariffs, and quotas on the U.S. macroeconomy.
Aggregate Demand and Supply Models
- Evaluate the effectiveness of changes in fiscal policies using Keynesian and Classical models.
- Analyze the impact of various factors on aggregate demand and supply.
Fiscal Policy – Politics, Deficits, and Debt
- Analyze the influence of deficit, surplus, and debt on the health of the U.S. macroeconomy.
- Analyze how the money multiplier effect facilitates the creation of money.
- Explain the role of the Federal Reserve System in designing and implementing U.S. monetary policies.
- Assess the factors contributing to the establishment of general and specific rates of interest.
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