Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory

Winter 2013

UCSC

Professor: Johanna Francis

Prerequisites: Introduction to Micro and Macroeconomics Theory, Introduction to Statistics, and Introductory Calculus applied to economics part I & II

Grade Received: B


 

UCSC Class Description

“Covers major theoretical issues arising in the study of income, employment, interest rates, and the price level. Examines the role of monetary and fiscal policy in economic stabilization.”

The Work I Did

In this class I learned how to analyze the aggregate behavior of the US economy. I learned how to examine economic theory in the long run, short run, aggregated, and non-aggregated. I learned the determinants of income, savings, investment, and exchange rates. Lastly, I learned about the various monetary and fiscal policies that affect the business cycle. I applied this knowledge to quizzes, 2 midterms, a final exam, and problem sets.

Here are some samples of the work and knowledge I learned:

  • Sample problems set and answer
    Sample problems set and answer
  • Notes studying for an exam
    Notes studying for an exam
  • Derivations learned
    Derivations learned