Basic microeconomics and econometrics.
Traditional (ex-cathedra) or though smart device to comply with COVID-19 government restrictions.
Global economic crisis;
Market of goods;
Philips curve, unemployment and inflation;
Saving, capital and production;
Consumption and investment expectation;
Interest and exchange rates;
Fiscal and monetary policies.
The main objectives of this course are two:
Introducing the most relevant macroeconomic theories, from the traditional to the most recent ones;
Dealing with analysing macroeconomic data to draw critical observation on the results.
Students are expected being able to interpret and establish linkages between the macroeconomic theories. Also, by making use of the macroeconomic data analysis results, students will address elemental recommendations to develop macroeconomic scenarios.
Blanchard O. et al. (2017) Macroeconomics: A European Perspective, Third Edition. Pearson