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Chair of International Macroeconomics and Trade – Prof. Dr. Hartmut Egger

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Lecture

Vorlesung, SWS:2, VL Number: 33520

Lecturer

Hartmut Egger 

Description

It is the main purpose of this course to make students at the diploma or master level familiar with formal concepts of advanced macroeconomics in open economies. While the course has a strong analytical focus, the content – which includes aspects of international trade as well as monetary economics – is relevant for many fields in economics and finance.

The course is taught in English. Also the exam will be posed in English.

Table of Contents

Supporting Material

Lecture Notes for this course can be downloaded from the E-Learning server.

Recommended Textbooks

Exercise Course

An exercise course will support students in handling the different modeling approaches. It is strongly recommended to attend this exercise course in order to pass the exam.

Grading

Grading of the course is based on active participation and a written exam (1h) at the end of the term. If the number of participating students is less than 5, an oral examination may replace the written one. (Students will be informed about the form of examination as soon as possible.)


Excercise

Vorlesung, SWS:2, VL Number: 33520

Lecturer

Hartmut Egger 

Description

It is the main purpose of this course to make students at the diploma or master level familiar with formal concepts of advanced macroeconomics in open economies. While the course has a strong analytical focus, the content – which includes aspects of international trade as well as monetary economics – is relevant for many fields in economics and finance.

The course is taught in English. Also the exam will be posed in English.

Table of Contents

Supporting Material

Lecture Notes for this course can be downloaded from the E-Learning server.

Recommended Textbooks

Exercise Course

An exercise course will support students in handling the different modeling approaches. It is strongly recommended to attend this exercise course in order to pass the exam.

Grading

Grading of the course is based on active participation and a written exam (1h) at the end of the term. If the number of participating students is less than 5, an oral examination may replace the written one. (Students will be informed about the form of examination as soon as possible.)

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