The objective of this course is twofold. First, to enable you to understand different economic viewpoints, linked to important traditions in economic thought, and basic economic concepts belonging to these theoretical perspectives. Second, to enable you to do some basic economic calculations that are important in economic life, such as calculating an inflation rate, and in economic policies, such as estimating the rough gains from trade for both trading partners, and in economic arguments, such as in calculating utility maximization with given prices and budgets.
- Introduction to Pluralist Economics.
- Micro Economics: Individuals, Households and Consumers.
- Micro Economics: Firms and Markets.
- Micro Economics: The state.
- Micro Economics: Factor Markets.
- Macro Economics: Real and Monetary Economy.
- Macro Economics: Growth and Trade.
- Macro Economics: Nature and Wellbeing & Poverty.