Economics 352x:

Macroeconomics for Business (4.0 units)

Theoretical development and significance to business and markets of economic growth; inflation;unemployment; monetary and fiscal policy; business cycles; savings and investment; exchange rates. Corequisite: ECON 351. Recommended preparation: introductory economics course, high school math, and algebra. Not for major credit for: Economics, Economics/Mathematics, Social Sciences (Economics). Duplicates credit in former ECON 252x.
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
26361R001Lecture12:00-1:50pmMon, Wed86 of 87Mark GriffithsWPHB27session dates
26362R001Lecture12:00-1:50pmTue, Thu79 of 80Mohammad SafarzadehJFF LL105PDF (257434 KB)session dates
26363R001Lecture8:00-9:50amTue, Thu64 of 79Reza BavafaJFF LL105session dates
26364R001Lecture4:00-5:50pmTue, Thu
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Mohammad SafarzadehJFF LL125PDF (256907 KB)session dates
26365R001Lecture12:00-1:50pmTue, Thu76 of 79Lingwen HuangJFF LL125PDF (165863 KB)session dates
26367R001Lecture2:00-3:50pmMon, Wed75 of 79Selahattin ImrohorogluJFF LL125PDF (146463 KB)session dates
26368R001Lecture4:00-5:50pmTue, Thu74 of 79Lingwen HuangHOHEDIPDF (165409 KB)session dates
26370R001Lecture6:00-7:50pmTue, Thu72 of 79Lingwen HuangHOHEDIPDF (165607 KB)session dates
26371R001Lecture8:00-9:50amMon, Wed80 of 82Mark GriffithsHOHEDIsession dates
26372R001Lecture4:00-5:50pmMon, Wed71 of 73Fatemeh NazarianHOH1session dates
Information accurate as of October 3, 2017 4:56 pm.
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