|Semester||Spring Semester, 2020|
|Department||Integrated Curriculum by Dept. of Economics|
|Prerequisite||Economic Analysis、Economics、Intro Microeconomics、Introduction to Economics、Principle of Economics|
1. Perfect Competition and Supply Curve
4. Market Failure, Externalities, and Public Goods
5. Factor Markets
6. Uncertainty and Information
7. GDP: Measuring Total Production and Income
8. Economic Growth
9. Finance, Savings, and Investment
10. Labor Markets, Unemployment, and Inflation
11. Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
12. Expenditure Multipliers
13. The Business Cycle, Inflation, and Deflation
14. Fiscal Policy
15. Monetary Policy
Expected workload per week:
1 topic listed above
3 In-class Hours
4.5 Outside-of-class Hours
The teaching assistant will lead weekly discussion sessions and grade homework and exams.
Your class participation is required. There will be a series of problem sets. You are strongly encouraged to work together with classmates when solving these assignments, but complete and turn in your own. Note that no late assignments will be accepted.
The grade will be based on class participation (5%), problem sets (15%), two in-class quizzes (20%), a midterm exam (30%) and a final exam (30%).
|Textbook & Reference|
? Michael Parkin (2018) Economics 13th edition Pearson.
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