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Bus Gov & Int Econ

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Bus Gov & Int Econ MGP 202B

Trystan Rath
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Date Created: 09/09/15
Graduate School of Management Fall Quarter 2002 University of California Davis Professor Peter K Clark MGP 202B Business Government and the International Economy Optional Textbook Hall and Taylor Macroeconomics fifth ed Norton 1997 Optional Material Papell Study Guide for Hall and Taylor39s 39 fth ed Norton 1997 Notes and Cases The course packet includes a set of class notes and two Harvard cases Grading Grades will be based five problem sets 25 two case writeups 15 three quizzes 15 and a nal 45 All the quizzes and the nal will be closed book Students are encouraged to work on the problems and cases in groups solutions and writeups can be handed in with a maximum of four names on them Late problem sets will be given half credit if they are submitted before solutions are handed out no credit thereafter Case writeups must be handed in on time Constructive class participation will be given extra credit Wall Street Journal Daily reading of relevant articles in the business press is required Your instructor likes the Wall Street Journal student subscriptions at concessionary rates are available Times are reserved for discussion throughout the term Class Schedule Week 1 S eptemb er Week 2 October Week 3 October 30 Introduction Note 1 Hall and Taylor Chapters 12 Growth Accounting Note 2 Hall and Taylor Chapter 3 Pay particular attention to Section 34 and ignore Sections 33 and 35 Productivity Levels and Growth Rates Note 3 skim Hall and Jones article Review Hall and Taylor Section 37 Wall Street Journal discussion The Circular Flow of Goods and Money Note 4 Review Hall and Taylor Chapter 2 Problem Set 1 due Quiz 1 growth and productivity 20 min Keynes Expenditure Model Note 5 Hall and Taylor Chapter 6 especially Section 63 The ISLM Model Note 6 Hall and Taylor Sections 71 74 Problem Set 2 due Week 4 October Week 5 October Week 6 November Week 7 November Week 8 November 21 28 4 ll 18 More ISLM Note 7 Wall Street Journal discussion Case The Tax Cut of 1964 writeup due Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand Note 8 Hall and Taylor Section 75 and Chapter 8 More ASAD Note 9 Hall and Taylor Chapter 9 Wall Street Journal discussion In ation and Unemployment Is the natural rate obsolete Review Hall and Taylor Section 82 Wall Street Journal discussion Problem Set 3 due Quiz 2 ISLM ASAD model 20 minutes Further macro model discussion What do the diagrams look like right now How about the middle of the next recession NO CLASS V eterans Day The Monetary System Note 10 Hall and Taylor Chapter 14 Case Paul Volcker and the Federal Reserve 1979 82 writeup due


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