|Module Title||MACROECONOMIC BEHAVIOUR AND SYSTEMS|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Bruce Morley|
|Other staff||Dr Reza Arabsheibani|
|Pre-Requisite||EC10320 , MA13610|
|Course delivery||Lecture||22 Hours|
|Seminars / Tutorials||6 Hours|
This module aims to provide students with a thorough grounding in aggregate economic behaviour at an intermediate level. This will build on the foundations provided in EC10320. In particular the module focuses on the theoretical explanations of how the macroeconomy works, as well as relevant policy issues. Having completed this course students will be in a position to proceed, in the third year, to the study of more advanced topics in macroeconomics.
By the end of this module students should:
The current year's module outline can be found via The School's website
N G Mankiw. (2000) Macroeconomics. 4th ed.
G K Shaw, M J McCrostie and O Greenaway. (1997) Macroeconomics.
R J Barrow and V Grilli. (1996) European Macroeconomics.
K Pilbeam. (1998) International Finance. 2nd ed.