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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Stokes Hall Nootes I. It examines theories of national income determination, unemployment, inflation, business cycles recession and depressionfinancial markets, and the global economy. Special attention is paid to recent financial crises, central banking in the United States and around the globe, bonds and equities markets, the evolving debate over the role of the government in the economy, budget deficits, trade deficits, and the changing nature of work in America.
Gregory Mankiw, Macroeconomics, ninth edition, Worth Publishers, Wall Street Ec220 2. The Economist 1 IV. Regardless of your aggregate numeric grade, a minimally satisfactory score is required on each exam. All exams and quizzes will be held in the regular classroom. There will be three in-class exams during the term. There will be two hourly exams of approximately minutes in length. The final exam not comprehensive will be approximately minutes.
These exams will test your understanding of the core material.
Assignments may be an analysis of financial or economic news, a written summary of a section or chapter of an assigned reading, a problem to solve, ec22202 a question to discuss in class. Home assignments must be typed and are due in the following class automatically, unless mentioned otherwise. Missing class does not waive or extend the deadline for submitting an assignment. Final grades will be calculated by nptes the relative weights by the achievement earned for each category.
Letter grades will be assigned as follows: At least 94 percent of the possible points in the class A-: Fewer than 60 percent of the possible points in the class I reserve the right to lower this scale at any time–for example, I may determine that 93 points should be an A.
I will not raise it. Class e2202 will consist primarily of lectures and review of problems. All new material will be presented to you either during the lectures or in the reading assignments.
You are responsible for all such material. Each student is responsible for any announcement made in class. There will be three in-class exams two hourly exams and final exam.
You are allowed four 8. You may write anything on both sides of the sheets.
The exams will cover materials covered in class as well as assigned in readings and homework problems. Policy on Missed Exams: Any missed exam will receive a grade of zero unless a written excuse is submitted from the Office of Class Deans. In all but the most extreme emergencies, these excuses must be submitted notws advance of the missed exam Problem Sets: Nltes best way to learn economics and finance is by solving problems.
There will be weekly problem sets throughout the course. Although these are not to be collected and graded, you are expected to do these in a timely manner, as they are integral to the course design. I urge you to do most problems. They are designed to help you study for the exams. It is therefore in your best interest to work on them thoroughly. Some class time may be devoted to the review of problems. Also, the development of the material will be cumulative — it will build upon itself — so don’t let things get behind.
Feel free to stop me at any point to ensure that you understand before moving on. Ask ec220 and visit in my office during my office hours TTh You can also make an appointment for other days or time. I expect each of you to drop-in before noted long or too late. Before class, you should review previous material and skim the text to get an idea of the material to be covered in class. During class you should take good notes, ask questions if there is any point, which is not clear.
You should encourage and engage in discussion when it nohes appropriate. After class, you should review your notes, read the appropriate text material, and prepare a list of anything you need clarified.
So class attendance is extremely important and active participation in class is strongly encouraged. Class interaction is very important for all of us to gain the most from the course.
You can expect both the quality and frequency of your contributions to be considered in your overall grade.
Department of Economics EC (TTh )
Attendance and Norms of Civility: Regular class attendance is strongly recommended. If you must miss a class, please telephone or e-mail me in advance. Please note that I will be tracking participation performance in each class.
Repeated absences can significantly impact your final grade for the course. In order to maintain a classroom environment, which is pleasant and conducive to learning, certain modes of conduct will be expected to be followed by all students in this class. Tardiness is considerably distracting to your classmates; therefore all effort should be made to arrive on time. Limited amounts or liquid refreshments are all right, but eating a meal at your desk is not acceptable conduct.
It is inconsiderate and distracting. Cell phones, beepers, pagers, or any type of signaling device are not permitted in class.
Department of Economics EC2202.06 (TTh 1:30-2:45)
We do realize that your classes are lengthy and there is limited space in the rest rooms to be used during breaks, but frequent coming and going during the class is discouraged. Do not leave trash behind in the classroom when you leave nor write on furniture. Refrain from prematurely closing books and notebooks before class ends. This is impolite and distracting to people around you.
It is expected that your conduct in class show respect to others in several ways: No use of profanity b. Interrupting others is not acceptable conduct c. Respect of others can be shown by listening to their comments and answers, as you would expect them to pay attention to your remarks.
Always err on the side of citation! Note that cellular phones and other electronic devices are to be turned off during exams. Also students are not allowed to carry their cellular phones when they go to the restroom during exams. Violations of academic integrity will be reported to your class dean and then reviewed by the College of Arts and Sciences Academic Integrity Committee.
Consequences can be very serious. I urge you to review university policy and procedures at: If you have any questions, please consult with me. Advance notice and appropriate documentation are required for accommodations. No classes on Easter Monday except for those beginning at 4: Introduction to Macroeconomics a. Science of Macroeconomics b. How Economists Think c. Economic Model Building d.
Chapters 1 Mankiw The Data of Macroeconomics a. The Consumer Price Index e. Chapter 2 Mankiw The Classical Theory: The Economy in the Long Run a.
The Economy in the Long Run c. The Quantity Theory of Money d. The Fisher Effect a. The Classical Dichotomy f. Natural Rate of Unemployment i.
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Patterns of Unemployment l. Chapters 3, 45, 6 and 7 Mankiw Growth Theory: Chapters 8 and 9 Mankiw Business Cycle Theory: Economy in Short Run I a. Aggregate Demand and Supply b. Commodity Market and the IS Curve d. Money Market and the LM Curve e. Short Run Equilibrium f.