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Spring 2011 Course Syllabi

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UNDERGRADUATE-LEVEL COURSES             

ECON 100.001, Macroeconomics, Sonenshine

ECON 100.002, Macroeconomics, Hinchey

ECON 100.003, Macroeconomics, Baker

ECON 100.004, Macroeconomics, Baker

ECON 100.005, Macroeconomics, Floro

ECON 100.006, Macroeconomics, Callahan

ECON 100.007, Macroeconomics, Davis

ECON 100.008, Macroeconomics , Willoughby

ECON 100.009H, Macroeconomics Honors, Meade

ECON 100.010, Macroeconomics, Scott

ECON 110.001, The Global Majority, Gunter

ECON 200.001, Microeconomics (Large), Park

ECON 200.002, Microeconomics, Yesuf

ECON 200.003H , Microeconomics Honors, Hansen

ECON 200.004H, Microeconomics Honors, Hansen

ECON 200.005, Microeconomics, Hillesland

ECON 200.006, Microeconomics, Dauda

ECON 200.007, Microeconomics, Berman

ECON 200.008, Microeconomics , Sonenshine

ECON 200.009H, Microeconomics Honors, Meurs

ECON 200.010, Microeconomics (Large), Lin

ECON 300.001, Intermediate Microeconomics, Feinberg

ECON 300.002, Intermediate Microeconomics, Lin

ECON 301.001, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Boumbouya

ECON 301.002, Intermediate Macroeconomics, Callahan

ECON 301.003H, Intermediate Macroeconomics Honors, Callahan

ECON 318.001, Economics History, Wisman

ECON 322.001, Introduction to Econometrics , Sheng

ECON 332.001, Money, Banking & Finance, Harake

ECON 358.001/658.001, Policy Analysis for Emerging Markets, Whitney

ECON 358.001/658.002, The Arab Economies, Willoughby

ECON 358.003, Economies of the World for Study Abroad Students, Broder

ECON 358.006/658.006, Survey of the African Economies, Yesuf

ECON 362.001, Microeconomics of Economic Development, Floro

ECON 363.001, Macroeconomics of Economic Development, Sawers

ECON 370.002, International Economics, Sonenshine

ECON 370/670.001, International Economics, Boumbouya

ECON 371.001, International Economics: Trade, Reynolds

ECON 396.003, International Economic Policy, Headlee

ECON 396/696.001, Growing Artificial Societies, Isaac

ECON 396/696.002, Poverty, Inequality, and Social Policy, Lerman

 

GRADUATE-LEVEL COURSES  

ECON 500.001, Microeconomics, Reynolds

ECON 501.001, Macroeconomics, Blecker

ECON 505.001, Introduction to Mathematical Economics, Isaac

ECON 523.001, Applied Econometrics I, Yesuf

ECON 524.001, Applied Econometrics II, Sheng

ECON 541.001, Public Economics, Gunter

ECON 552.001, Economics of Transition, Meurs

ECON 575.001, Gender Perspectives on Economic Analysis, Grown

ECON 579.001, Environmental Economics, Mathur

ECON 603.001, Introduction to Economic Theory, Mathur

ECON 618.001, Economic History of Europe and the World, Dittmar

ECON 639.001, Policy Issues in Financial Economics, Lerman

ECON 661.001, Survey of Economic Development, Sawers

ECON 663.001, Development Macroeconomics, Mathur

ECON 702.001, Macroeconomic Analysis I, Park

ECON 712.001, Macroeconomic Analysis II, Meade

ECON 713.001, Microeconomic Analysis II, Bono

ECON 723.001, Econometric Methods, Golan

ECON 783.001, Seminar in Empirical Microeconomics, Golan