ECON 358 Intermediate Macroeconomics (1)
This course examines theories of how consumption, investment and government spending behavior influence the total level of economic activity in an economic system and the impact of foreign trade on the national economy. Also explored are the ways in which government spending, taxation and monetary policies influence unemployment, inflation and the rate of economic growth. No longer offered starting Spring 2015.
- Prerequisite: ECON 123
- Offering: Every semester
- Instructor: Gray, Liang, Taylor