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ES 101: Principles of Economics-Macro
Study of the national economy, considering national aggregates such as GDP, unemployment, and inflation. Consideration of fiscal policy and monetary policy.
Professors: Benhua Yang; Carole A. McCleery; Ekanayake M. Ekanayake; (more)
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ES 102: Principles of Economics-Micro
Study of price determination and the operation of a market and a system of markets. Consideration of various types of market structure and their impact on the economy.
Professors: Carole A. McCleery; Ekanayake M. Ekanayake; Eva Szalvai; (more)
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ES 300: Interm. Microeconomic Theory
Study of the concepts of ES 102 at an advanced level. An in-depth investigation of the functions and relationships that underlie the theory. Three hours of lecture and one two-hour computer laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ES 101 and ES 102.
Professors: Benhua Yang
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ES 300: Intermediate Microeconomics
Study of the concepts of ES 102 at a higher level. A deeper investiation of the functions and relationships wich underlie the theory. Three hours of lecture and one two-hour computer lab per week. Pre-re ES 101 and ES 102; or ES 103.
Professors: Ranjini L. Thaver
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ES 301: Interm. Macroeconomic Theory
Study of the concepts of ES 101 at an advanced level. An in-depth investigation of the functions and relationships that underlie theory. Three hours of lecture and one two- hour computer laboratory per week. Prerequisite: ES101 and ES102.
Professors: Benhua Yang; Richard H. Wood
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ES 325: Energy, Environ. and Economics
Economic analysis applied to the U.S. and world use of energy including present and future problems of energy use, particularly its effects on the environment. Possible paths to a sustainable energy future will be explored.
Professors: Neal B. Long
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ES 342: Microcredit Workshop
Permission of Instructor required to register.
Professors: Neal B. Long
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ES 342: Microcredit Workshops
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Professors: Neal B. Long
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ES 364: Econ Problems in Latin America
Course will satisfy requirement for Latin American Studies
Professors: Richard H. Wood
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ES 390: Tpc:Chinese Economy/Society
Includes Community Service
Professors: Benhua Yang; Neal B. Long
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