Principles of Macroeconomics, Economics 1002.
UMSL Fall 2017 Students:
We will have an Engaging introduction to Macroeconomic Analysis and the major Policy debates surrounding it today, here in the US and internationally. I encourage you to attend the course and get involved with a new engagment segment that is being added to the 1002 Course for the first time. It should be fun and rewarding.
From the last time it was taught:
Spring 2017 Detailed Course Outline Econ1002 Syllabus
Principles of Macroeconomics: An Evolutionary Approach, by Max Gillman, Kendall Hunt Publishing:
SLIDES for Each Chapter:
Honors Seminar: “Monetary Policy in Historical Perspective”; Honors 3030, Economics 2200, History 3000.
Spring 2017 Term Paper
by Meagan Burwell:
by Tim Kernell:
Advanced Macroeconomic Analysis, Economics 5002.