Examines macroeconomic concepts and theories using historical context, quantitative tools, graphical analysis, and macroeconomic models. Critically explores competing schools of macroeconomic thought and their relative effectiveness at explaining macroeconomic phenomena. Culminates in construction and manipulation of the Mundell-Fleming open-economy model. Prerequisites: ISECON 104. Fall, Spring.
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