4 Credits, 4 Contacts
This course is a continuation of Micro-economic. A shift from single businesses to the inter-relationship between businesses, consumers and investors will be covered. The aggregate economy will also see the effects of government spending, taxation, inflation, interest rates, fiscal and monetary policy. This inter-relationship will be expanded to the global economy and the United States’ role in this economy through international trade and financing.
Prerequisite: ECON 203