Micro- & Macroeconomics

Course contents
  • - Fundamentals of political economy
    - Fundamentals of economic thinking

    Microeconomics:
    - Introduction to the Economic Behavioral Model
    - Markets and competition
    - Production theory
    - Consumption theory

    Macroeconomics:
    - Welfare measurement by means of national products (GDP, GNP)
    - Macroeconomic modelling - the IS-LM Model
    - Macroeconomic aspects of economic policy
    - Short-term monetary and fiscal policy
    - Labor market
    - Long-term monetary and fiscal policy
    - Macroeconomics of open and closed national economies
    - Production, pricing and employment
    - Testing economic policy
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