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TBECON 220 Introduction to Microeconomic Theory (5) I&S, QSR
Introduces microeconomic theory applied to individual decision-making, analysis of markets, and the role of prices. Specific topics include consumer demand, production, exchange, resource allocation, and government intervention.
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TBECON 221 Introduction to Macroeconomic Theory (5) I&S, QSR
Involves the study and analysis of the aggregate economy. Topics include the determination of national income, inflation, business fluctuations, unemployment, monetary systems, the federal budget, and international trade.
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TBECON 420 Intermediate Microeconomic Theory (5) QSR
Applies tools of intermediate microeconomic theory to issues of particular interest to business students. Topics include market processes, consumer theory, firm behavior in competitive and imperfectly competitive markets, product pricing, and strategic behavior. Prerequisite: minimum grade of 2.5 in TMATH 124, MATH 112, or MATH 124 or grade of 1.7 in T BUS 301.
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TBECON 421 Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory (5)
Focuses on the use of intermediate economic theory to understand how financial markets are affected by macroeconomic variables. Specific emphasis is placed on international markets and how to assess the impact of difference macroeconomic policies. Prerequisite: either a minimum grade of 1.7 in T BUS 301, or a minimum grade of 2.5 in MATH 112, TMATH 122, TMATH 124, or MATH 124; and a minimum grade of 2.0 in TBECON 221, TECON 201, or ECON 201.
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TBECON 422 Econometrics (5)
Examines the statistical tools that are used to study financial and economic data, including multiple regression, regression diagnostics, time series models, stationarity, and cointegration. Applies these tools using modern statistical software. Prerequisite: TBECON 420
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Examines the economic role of modern financial institutions and their relationship to the money and capital markets of developed economies. Includes the financial system, the Federal Reserve System, monetary policy, international financial relationships, and interest rate theory. Prerequisite: Minimum grade of 2.5 in TMATH 124, MATH 112, or MATH 124 or 1.7 in TBUS 301.
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