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EC101 - Principles Of Macroeconomics
Fall 1997

This course is an introduction of fundamental eonomic facts and concepts and basic economic institutions. Students study organization of the American economy, government finance and taxation, national income accounting, business cycles, the banking system and deposit creation, and monetary and fiscal policy. Software proficiency in spreadsheet is required.
3 Credits

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