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EE214

EE 214 Introductory Macroeconomics

3 (3-0-6)

(For students who are not economics majors)

Concepts and application of economic theories involving macroeconomic indicators; goals and problems in the context of macroeconomics; determination of national income; money markets, supply of and demand for money; macroeconomic problems including unemployment, inflation, and deflation, fiscal and monetary policies used for economic stabilization; the balance of payments; foreign exchange market and exchange rate determination; application of economic indicators to analyze economic situations.