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ECON 261: Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory

This course addresses the economic institutions and forces that determine levels of income, output, employment, and prices in our society. Questions related to employment prospects and standard of living provide an important focus. Classical and Keynesian perspectives are employed in attempting to understand these matters, the macroeconomic problems in market economies and the policies that economists prescribe as remedies for these problems. Offered each semester.
Prerequisites: MATH 119 or MATH 120, and one of Economics 110-121 or permission of instructor.

Economics

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...courses -- ECON 261 and ECON 262 , and ECON 263 , or STAT 272 plus ECON 385...

Environmental Studies

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...or ECON 110-ECON 120) 1.00 ECON...following: 1.00 BIO 261 Ecological Principles BIO...

Management Studies

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...management studies concentration include ECON 121 , MGMT 225...and the Family SOAN 261 Gender in Cross...