Mathematics, Mathematics for Economists, Introduction to Economics I, Introduction to Economics II, and Macroeconomics I.
The aim of this course is to teach macroeconomic theories.
This course aims at teaching how macroeconomic models are designed the reasons behind the difference between these theories.
Course Learning Outs and Proficiencies
The main learning output of this course is to teach designing macroeconomic models and employing them in assessing national and international macroeconomic events.
-Erdal Ünsal (2007), Makro Ekonomi, İmaj Yayıncılık, Ankara.
-Rudiger Dornbusch, Stanley Fischer, and Richard Startz (2004), Macroeconomics, McGraw Hill, New York
-N. Gregory Mankiw (2002), Macroeconomics, Worth Publishers, New York.
-Brian Snowdon and Howard R Vane (1997) A Macroeconomic Reader, Routledge, New York.
-Kemal Yıldırım, Doğan Karaman ve Murat Taşdemir (2007), Makroekonomi, Seçkin Yayıncılık, Ankara.-Tümay Ertek (2005), Makroekonomiye Giriş, Beta, İstanbul.
Midterm 30% and Final 70%
Semester Course Plan
Post Keynesian Model
New Classical Model
New Keynesian Model
Rational Expectations Theory
Business Cycle Theories
Economics Growth: Classical Growth Models
Economic Growth: Modern Growths Theories
Economic Policies and Macro Models I
Economic Policies and Macro Models II