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Spring 2010 Course Syllabi

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UNDERGRADUATE-LEVEL COURSES                                    

ECON 100.001: Macroeconomics, Mohseni     

ECON 100.002: Macroeconomics, Tas    

ECON 100.003: Macroeconomics, Provencher       

ECON 100.004: Macroeconomics, Broder        

ECON 100.005H: Macroeconomics, Davis       

ECON 100.006H: Macroeconomics, Dittmar        

ECON 100.007: Macroeconomics, Sonenshine       

ECON 100.008: Macroeconomics, Callahan      

ECON 100.009: Macroeconomics, Broder      

ECON 100.010: Macroeconomics, Westley        

ECON 110.001: The Global Majority, Gunter

ECON 200.001: Microeconomics, Park       

ECON 200.002: Microeconomics, Sonenshine       

ECON 200.003 H: Microeconomics, Sonenshine       

ECON 200.004 H: Microeconomics, Lin   

ECON 200.005: Microeconomics, Lin       

ECON 200.006: Microeconomics, Pleeter      

ECON 200.007: Microeconomics, Martell       

ECON 200.008/10: Microeconomics, Hazilla    

ECON 200.009H: Microeconomics, Lerman       

ECON 300.001: Intermediate Microeconomics, Feinberg

ECON 300.002: Intermediate Microeconomics, Hazilla

ECON 301.001: Intermediate Macroeconomics, Dittmar       

ECON 301.002: Intermediate Macroeconomics, Callahan     

ECON 301.003:Intermediate Macroeconomics, Baker        

ECON 318.001: United States Economic History, Wisman    

ECON 322.001: Introduction to Econometrics, Golan

ECON 341.001: Public Economics, Husted       

ECON 358/658.001: The Arab Economies, Joharji      

ECON 3358/658.001: Emerging Market Economics, Whitney       

ECON 345.001: Introduction to Game Theory, Bono   

ECON 361.001: Economic Development, Floro     

ECON 363.001: Macroeconomics of Development, Sawers   

ECON 370/670.001: International Economics, Muller          
                    

GRADUATE-LEVEL COURSES            

                
ECON 500.001: Microeconomics, Bono       

ECON 501.001: Macroeconomics, Callahan        

ECON 505.001: Intro to Mathematical Economics, Isaac

ECON 523.001: Applied Econometrics I, Tegene        

ECON 524.001: Applied Econometrics II, Nichols        

ECON 546.001: Industrial Economics, Feinberg      

ECON 603.001: Intro to Economic Theory, Mathur        

ECON 619.001: United States Economic History, Sawers     

ECON 630.001: Monetary Economics, Starr       

ECON 634.001: Development Finance and Banking, Floro     

ECON 661.001: Survey of Economic Development, Grown       

ECON 663.001: Development Macroeconomics, Grown       

ECON 665.001: Project Evaluation, Winters      

ECON 672.001: International Economics: Finance, Isaac      

ECON 674/789.001: Labor Economics II, Hansen       

ECON 696.002: Resource Economics for Developing Countries, Mathur          

ECON 702.001: Macroeconomic Analysis I, Starr        

ECON 712.001: Macroeconomic Analysis II, Meade       

ECON 713.001: Microeconomic Analysis II, Bono

ECON 723.001: Econometric Methods, Golan       

ECON 782.001: Seminar in Empirical Macroeconomics, Guerrieri