Fall 2013 Syllabi

Economics as a Social Science:

U.S. Economic History

Principles of Microeconomics

Principles of Macroeconomics

Labor Economics

Money and Banking

Market and Government Institutions: The Economics of Exchange and Cooperation

International Economics

Current Economic Problems

Math for Economics

Probability and Statistical Inference

Sex, Drugs and Crime

Intermediate Microeconomics

Intermediate Macroeconomics


History of Economic Doctrines

Marxian Economics

Discrimination in Labor Markets

Environmental and Natural Resource Economics

Public Finance

Industrial Organization

China and the Global Economy

American Industry and Economic Development

Principles of Economic Development

International Monetary and Financial Relations

Microeconomics for Masters

Macroeconomics for Masters

Quantitative Methods II

Microeconomic Theory I

Macroeconomics I

International Economics I

History of Economic Doctrine I

Econometrics I

Economics Courses taught through the School ofBusiness:

Economics of Sports

Manias, Panics and Crashes