Lecturer: Dr. Phillip Mundt
This course deals with basic macroeconomic concepts and demonstrates how they are related to real world economic problems and economic policy decisions. In particular this course covers the mutual dependance of goods-, money- and financial markets, the determinants of unemployment in the short- and long-run, the importance of capital accumulation and technological progress for economic growth and the effectiveness of different instruments of economic policy.
The objective of this course is to familiarize students with different economic models so that they will be able to analyze current economic issues and to apply those models to practical questions of economic policy.
This class will be tought in German.
More information on this course can be found here:
Macroeconomics 1(68.2 KB)