Courses for Spring 2018

  • Principles of Economics

    Extensive coverage of economic issues, institutions, and terminology, plus an introduction to economic analysis and its application to current social problems. Required for all economics concentrators. Prerequisite for ECON 1110, 1130, 1210 and 1620. Serves as a general course for students who will take no other economics courses and want a broad introduction to the discipline. Weekly one-hour conference required (conferences are not held during the summer session).
    ECON 0110 S01
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    Friedberg
    ECON 0110 C01
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    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C02
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C03
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C04
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C05
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C06
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    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C07
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    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C08
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C09
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C10
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C11
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C12
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C13
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C14
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C15
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C16
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C17
    Primary Instructor
    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C18
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    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C19
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    Friedberg
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    ECON 0110 C20
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    Friedberg
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  • Essential Mathematics for Economics

    This course teaches the mathematical skills useful for upper level Economics classes. Emphasis is on acquisition of tools, problem solving, intuition, and applications rather than proofs.

    This course satisfies the mathematics requirement for the Economics concentration, but does not serve as a prerequisite for upper level courses in Math, Applied Math, or other departments. Students planning further courses in those areas should take MATH 0100 or MATH 0170 (which also satisfy the Economics concentration requirement) instead. Ideally, ECON 0170 should be taken before ECON 1110, or at least simultaneously.
  • Development and the International Economy

    A course designed primarily for students who do not plan to concentrate in economics but who seek a basic understanding of the economics of less developed countries, including savings and investment, health and education, agriculture and employment, and interactions with the world economy, including trade, international capital flows, aid, and migration. Prerequisite: ECON 0110 or advanced placement. Enrollment limited to 100.
    ECON 0510 S02
    Primary Instructor
    Steinberg
  • Financial Accounting

    Basic accounting theory and practice. Accounting procedures for various forms of business organizations.
    ECON 0710 S01
    Primary Instructor
    D'Andrea
    ECON 0710 S02
    Primary Instructor
    Lonardo
  • Intermediate Microeconomics

    Tools for use in microeconomic analysis, with some public policy applications. Theory of consumer demand, theories of the firm, market behavior, welfare economics, and general equilibrium. Prerequisite: MATH 0060, 0070, 0090, 0100, 0170, 0180, 0190, 0200, or 0350; and ECON 0110; or advanced placement.
    ECON 1110 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Barrage
    ECON 1110 S02
    Primary Instructor
    Barrage
  • Intermediate Microeconomics (Mathematical)

    Microeconomic theory: Theories of the consumer and firm, competitive equilibrium, factor markets, imperfect competition, game theory, welfare economics, general equilibrium. May not be taken in addition to ECON 1110. Prerequisite: MATH 0100, 0170, 0180, 0190, 0200, or 0350; and ECON 0110; or advanced placement.
  • Intermediate Macroeconomics

    The economy as a whole: Level and growth of national income, inflation, unemployment, role of government policy. Prerequisite: MATH 0060, 0070, 0090, 0100, 0170, 0180, 0190, 0200, or 0350; and ECON 0110; or advanced placement.
    ECON 1210 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Mehrotra
    ECON 1210 S02
    Primary Instructor
    Mehrotra
  • Advanced Macroeconomics: Monetary, Fiscal, and Stabilization Policies

    The course is concerned with macroeconomic policy in the United States, with special focus on the recent economic crisis. The main objective of the course is to introduce students to the type of models and methods used in current research in macroeconomics both in the scholarly literature but also in the practice of central banks and major policy institutions. Events of the financial crisis and the economic recession of 2007-2009 will serve to illustrate the challenges confronted by macroeconomic analysis. Prerequisites: ECON 1110 or 1130; and MATH 0090, 0100, 0170, 0180, 0190, 0200, or 0350; or advanced placement. Enrollment limited to 30.
    ECON 1225 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Eggertsson
  • Labor Economics

    Labor supply, human capital, income inequality, discrimination, immigration, unemployment. Prerequisite: ECON 1110 or 1130; and APMA 1650 or CSCI 1450 or ECON 1620 or 1630. Enrollment limited to 100. DPLL
    ECON 1310 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Chay
  • Environmental Economics and Policy

    This course equips students with theoretical and empirical tools to analyze environmental issues from the perspective of economics. First, we review when and why the markets fail, competing policy solutions (e.g., cap-and-trade), and cost-benefit analysis. Second, we survey methods to quantify the benefits of environmental regulations, including revealed and stated preference methods, a primer on climate-economy modeling, and a real-world application in a class research project. Third, we study the costs of environmental regulations. We conclude with advanced policy considerations (e.g., trans-boundary pollutants), private market solutions/corporate social responsibility, and select special topics (e.g., resources and economic development).
    ECON 1350 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Barrage
  • Health Economics

    This course introduces students to the issues, theory and practice of health economics in the US. Topics include the economic determinants of health, the market for medical care, the market for health insurance and the role of the government in health care. Course work includes data analyses using the program STATA. Prerequisites: ECON 1110 or 1130; and ECON 1620, 1629, 1630, or APMA 1650 or CSCI 1450 or other statistics background. Enrollment limited to 24. DPLL
    ECON 1360 L01
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  • Bargaining Theory and Applications

    Bargaining theory is emerging as an important area within the general rubric of game theory. Emphasis is on providing a relatively elementary version of the theory in order to make it accessible to a large number of students. Covers introductory concepts in game theory, strategic and axiomatic theories of bargaining and their connections, applications to competitive markets, strikes, etc. Prerequisite: ECON 1110 or 1130. Enrollment limited to 100.
    ECON 1470 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Fanning
  • Public Economics

    This course is an introduction to the economics of the public sector. We will cover theoretical and empirical tools of public economics and apply these tools to a wide range of issues including externalities, public goods, collective choice, social insurance, redistribution and taxation. The course will focus on questions such as: What should government do? How much should governments insure individuals against misfortune? How much should governments redistribute resources from high-income to low-income households? Throughout the course we will emphasize real-world empirical applications rather than hypothetical examples. DPLL
    ECON 1480 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Hilger
  • The Economic Analysis of Political Behavior

    Slow economic growth, controversial policy, and over a decade of continuous war have led many to question the extent to which government is a force for the common good. Blame is often assigned to specific politicians or ideological perspectives. Public choice economics instead analyzes the incentive structure within which political decisions take place, seeking to uncover the forces guiding the behavior of voters, legislators, judges, and other political agents. This course will examine the insights and limitations of the public choice perspective in the context of electoral politics, legislation, bureaucracy and regulation, and constitutional rules. WRIT
    ECON 1486 S01
    Primary Instructor
    D'Amico
  • International Finance

    The balance of payments; identification and measurement of surpluses and deficits; international monetary standards; the role of gold and paper money; government policies; free versus fixed exchange rates; international capital movements; war and inflation; the International Monetary Fund. Prerequisite: ECON 1210. Enrollment limited to 100.
    ECON 1550 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Siourounis
  • Economic Growth

    A theoretical and empirical examination of economic growth and income differences among countries. Focuses on both the historical experience of countries that are currently rich and the process of catch-up among poor countries. Topics include population growth, accumulation of physical and human capital, technological change, natural resources, income distribution, geography, government, and culture. Prerequisite: ECON 1110 or 1130; and MATH 0060, 0070, 0090, 0100, 0170, 0180, 0190, 0200 or 0350; or advanced placement. Enrollment limited to 100.
  • Introduction to Econometrics

    Probability and statistical inference. Estimation and hypothesis testing. Simple and multiple regression analysis. Applications emphasized. Prerequisite: ECON 0110 or advanced placement, or ECON 1110 or ECON 1130, and MATH 0090. Weekly one-hour computer conference required.
    ECON 1620 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Knight
    ECON 1620 L01
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    Knight
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    ECON 1620 L02
    Primary Instructor
    Knight
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    ECON 1620 L03
    Primary Instructor
    Knight
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    ECON 1620 L04
    Primary Instructor
    Knight
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    ECON 1620 L05
    Primary Instructor
    Knight
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    ECON 1620 L06
    Primary Instructor
    Knight
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  • Applied Research Methods for Economists

    This class will cover the basics of applied research in economics. We will cover how we use economic theory to formulate a hypothesis to test and how we use data to test our hypothesis. As part of the coursework, students will be exposed to topics across multiple fields of applied economic research (eg, health, labor, political economy, urban economics, development, etc) that can be explored in greater detail in more advanced classes.

    Students will read and discuss papers published in professional journals and perform data analysis as part of the course requirements. Prerequisites: ECON 1110 or 1130; and ECON 1620 or 1630.
    ECON 1629 L01
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  • Econometrics I

    Advanced introduction to econometrics with applications in finance and economics. How to formulate and test economic questions of interest. The multivariate linear regression model is treated in detail, including tests of the model's underlying assumptions. Other topics include: asymptotic analysis, instrumental variable estimation, and likelihood analysis. Convergence concepts and matrix algebra are used extensively. Prerequisites: ECON 0110 or advanced placement; and ECON 1110 or 1130; and APMA 1650 or CSCI 1450, MATH 1620, or ECON 1620; or equivalent.
    ECON 1630 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Norets
  • Econometrics II

    Continuation of ECON 1630 with an emphasis on econometric modeling and applications. Includes applied topics from labor, finance, and macroeconomics. Prerequisite: ECON 1630. Enrollment limited to 100.
    ECON 1640 S01
    Primary Instructor
    McCloskey
  • Big Data

    The spread of information technology has lead to the generation of vast amounts of data on human behavior. This course explores ways to use this data to better understand the societies in which we live. The course weaves together methods from machine learning (OLS, LASSO, trees) and economics (reduced form causal inference, economic theory, structural modeling) to answer real world questions in a sequence of projects. We will use these projects as a backdrop to weigh the importance of causality, precision, and computational efficiency. Knowledge of basic econometrics and programming is assumed.
  • Investments I

    The function and operation of asset markets; the determinants of the prices of stocks, bonds, options, and futures; the relations between risk, return, and investment management; the capital asset pricing model, normative portfolio management, and market efficiency. Prerequisite: ECON 1110 or 1130; and ECON 1620 or 1630 or APMA 1650 or CSCI 1450.
    ECON 1710 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Kuo
    ECON 1710 S02
    Primary Instructor
    Kuo
  • Corporate Finance

    A study of theories of decision-making within corporations, with empirical evidence as background. Topics include capital budgeting, risk, securities issuance, capital structure, dividend policy, compensation policy, mergers and acquisitions, real options, financial engineering, securitization. Prerequisite: ECON 1110 or 1130; and ECON 1620 or 1630 or APMA 1650 or CSCI 1450; ECON 1710.
    ECON 1720 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Siourounis
  • The Theory of General Equilibrium

    Existence and efficiency of equilibria for a competitive economy; comparative statistics; time and uncertainty. Prerequisite: ECON 1110 or 1130. Enrollment limited to 100.
    ECON 1860 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Vohra
  • Game Theory and Applications to Economics

    Study of the elements of the theory of games. Non-cooperative games. Repeated games. Cooperative games. Applications include bargaining and oligopoly theory. Prerequisites: ECON 1110 or 1130; and MATH 0100, or 0170, or 0180, or 0190, or 0200, 0350, or advanced placement; and ECON 1620 or 1630 or APMA 1650 or CSCI 1450, or MATH 1610. Enrollment limited to 100.
    ECON 1870 S01
    Primary Instructor
    De Clippel
  • Independent Research

    Section numbers vary by instructor. Please check Banner for the correct section number and CRN to use when registering for this course.
    ECON 1970 S01
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    Aizer
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    ECON 1970 S02
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    Michaillat
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    ECON 1970 S03
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    McCloskey
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    ECON 1970 S04
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    Chay
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    ECON 1970 S05
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    Dal Bo
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    ECON 1970 S06
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    De Clippel
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    ECON 1970 S07
    Primary Instructor
    Norets
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    ECON 1970 S08
    Primary Instructor
    Sciuto
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    ECON 1970 S09
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    Foster
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    ECON 1970 S10
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    Friedberg
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    ECON 1970 S11
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    Galor
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    ECON 1970 S12
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    Rozen
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    ECON 1970 S13
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    Oster
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    ECON 1970 S14
    Primary Instructor
    Shapiro
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    ECON 1970 S15
    Primary Instructor
    Knight
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    ECON 1970 S16
    Primary Instructor
    Turner
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    ECON 1970 S17
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    Blaum
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    ECON 1970 S18
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    Loury
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    ECON 1970 S19
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    Sautmann
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    ECON 1970 S20
    Primary Instructor
    Hastings
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    ECON 1970 S21
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    Barrage
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    ECON 1970 S22
    Primary Instructor
    Fanning
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    ECON 1970 S23
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    Putterman
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    ECON 1970 S24
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    Brenner
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    ECON 1970 S25
    Primary Instructor
    Friedman
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    ECON 1970 S26
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    Hilger
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    ECON 1970 S27
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    Serrano
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    ECON 1970 S28
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    ECON 1970 S29
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    Vohra
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    ECON 1970 S30
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    Weil
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    ECON 1970 S31
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    Eggertsson
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    ECON 1970 S32
    Primary Instructor
    Kuo
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    ECON 1970 S33
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    Mehrotra
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    ECON 1970 S34
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    Michalopoulos
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    ECON 1970 S35
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    Schennach
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    ECON 1970 S36
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    Kraft
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  • Applied Economics Analysis

    This course provides students with skills needed to integrate economic theory, econometric methods, and data management in the analysis of economic problems. Provides a hands-on perspective including assignments designed to derive testable propositions from simple economic models, illustrate the loading, cleaning and merging of complex survey data, and provide experience in the selection and interpretation of basic econometric methods.
    ECON 2020 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Loury
  • Econometric Methods

    Applications of mathematical statistics in economics. The nature of economic observations, cross-section and time series analysis, the analysis of variance and regression analysis, problems of estimation.
    ECON 2040 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Norets
  • Microeconomics II

    Economics of imperfect information: expected utility, risk and risk aversion, optimization under uncertainty, moral hazard, and self-selection problems. Economics of imperfect competition: monopoly; price discrimination; monopolistic competition; market structure in single shot, repeated and stage games; and vertical differentiation.
    ECON 2060 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Rozen
  • Macroeconomics II

    Money, inflation, economic fluctuations and nominal rigidities, monetary and fiscal policy, investment, unemployment, and search and coordination failure.
    ECON 2080 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Eggertsson
  • Game Theory

    Non-cooperative games, dominance, Nash equilibrium, refinements. Cooperative games, core, bargaining set, equilibrium in normal form games. Implementation. Repeated games.
    ECON 2180 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Fanning
  • Political Economy I

    This first course in political economy provides theoretical and empirical coverage of the application of economic analysis to political behavior and institutions. This course is designed for students wishing to specialize in political economy but may also be useful for students specializing in related areas, such as development economics and macroeconomics. After starting with a basic overview of candidates and voters, we then turn to specific topics in the areas of electoral systems, legislatures and legislative bargaining, the role of the media, local public finance, and fiscal federalism.
    ECON 2260 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Knight
  • Topics in Labor Economics

    The course introduces students to procedures used to extract evidence from data and to perform rigorous causal inference in order to evaluate public policy on issues such as schooling, the return to education and returns on late intervention programs. Econometric methods, such as Instrumental Variable, Matching, Control Functions, Self Selection Models and Discrete Choice as well as Panel Data Methods, are discussed in detail.
    ECON 2330 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Chay
  • Urbanization

    The first part of the course covers social interactions, productivity spillovers, systems of cities models, urban growth, and rural-urban migration. The second part of the course covers topics such as durable housing, land market regulation and exclusion, and local political economy. Besides covering basic theoretical models, emphasis is placed on working through recent empirical papers on both the USA and developing countries. Prerequisites: ECON 2050 and 2060.
    ECON 2410 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Turner
  • Public Economics

    Theoretical and empirical analysis of the role of government in private economies. Topics include welfare economics, public goods, externalities, income redistribution, tax revenues, public choice, and fiscal federalism.
    ECON 2480 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Hilger
  • Economic Development I

    This course covers issues related to labor, land, and natural resource markets in developing countries, in partial and general equilibrium settings. Topics covered include: The agricultural household model, under complete and incomplete market assumptions; household and individual labor supply, migration, self-employment, and the informal sector; rental market frictions and sharecropping arrangements; and environmental externalities (e.g., pollution, water usage, etc.), and sustainable development.
    ECON 2510 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Steinberg
  • Behavioral and Experimental Economics

    An introduction to the methodology of experimental economics with an emphasis on experiments designed to illuminate problems in organizational design and emergence of institutions, and experiments investigating the operation of social and social-psychological elements of preference such as altruism, inequality aversion, reciprocity, trust, concern for relative standing, envy, and willingness to punish norm violators. Experiments studied will include ones based on the prisoners' dilemma, dictator game, ultimatum game, and especially the voluntary contribution mechanism (public goods game) and the trust game.
    ECON 2530 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Putterman
  • Recent Advances in the Generalized Method of Moments

    Method of Moments (GMM) and Empirical Likelihood (EL). Kernel methods for density and regression estimation. Optimal instruments and local EL. Applications to non-linear time series models, Euler equations and asset pricing.
    ECON 2660 S01
    Primary Instructor
    Renault
  • Workshop in Applied Economics

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  • Workshop in Econometrics

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  • Workshop in Macroeconomics and Related Topics

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  • Workshop in Economic Theory

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  • Reading and Research

    Individual research projects. Section numbers vary by instructor. Please check Banner for the correct section number and CRN to use when registering for this course.
    ECON 2980 S01
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    Aizer
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    ECON 2980 S02
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    Oster
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    ECON 2980 S03
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    Friedman
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    ECON 2980 S04
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    Chay
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    ECON 2980 S05
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    Dal Bo
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    ECON 2980 S06
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    De Clippel
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    ECON 2980 S07
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    Blaum
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    ECON 2980 S08
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    Renault
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    ECON 2980 S09
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    Foster
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    ECON 2980 S10
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    Friedberg
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    ECON 2980 S11
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    Galor
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    ECON 2980 S12
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    Shapiro
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    ECON 2980 S13
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    ECON 2980 S14
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    ECON 2980 S15
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    Knight
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    ECON 2980 S16
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    ECON 2980 S17
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    McCloskey
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    ECON 2980 S18
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    Loury
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    ECON 2980 S19
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    Sautmann
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    ECON 2980 S20
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    Hastings
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    ECON 2980 S21
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    Schennach
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    ECON 2980 S22
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    Hilger
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    ECON 2980 S23
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    Putterman
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    ECON 2980 S24
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    Kuo
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    ECON 2980 S26
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    ECON 2980 S27
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    Serrano
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    ECON 2980 S28
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    Eggertsson
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    ECON 2980 S29
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    Vohra
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    ECON 2980 S30
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    Weil
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    ECON 2980 S32
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    ECON 2980 S33
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    Mehrotra
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    ECON 2980 S34
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  • Thesis Preparation

    For graduate students who have met the tuition requirement and are paying the registration fee to continue active enrollment while preparing a thesis.
    ECON 2990 S01
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