Macroeconomics for Public Policy 2013/2014 Winter
(MPP_2013/2014 Winter)

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Macroeconomics is a branch of Economics that studies the performance, structure, and behavior of a national or regional (e.g. EU) economy as a whole. Macroeconomic developments are a central theme of policy debate around the globe. This course provides a sound understanding of macroeconomics for students wishing to become proficient civil servants, policy experts, or analysts in the field of public policy. It will equip the students with a thorough understanding of the macroeconomic theory and thus enable them to understand and analyze macroeconomic processes, relationships between aggregate economic variables, as well as the organization of the financial sector and national accounts. Throughout the course, specific public policy issues will be studied with the objective to motivate and demonstrate the pertinence of macroeconomic analysis for sound public policy making.

This course requires an enrolment key