ECON 515 Spring 2013 Developing Country Macroeconomics II

This lecture course is a continuation of Economics 505. The first part of the course extends the analysis of the first semester to several open-economy issues that arise in developing countries, especially with respect to the interactions among exchange rate regimes, monetary policy regimes, and policies directed at the financial account of the balance of payments. The second part of the course will apply these analytical tools, as well as those developed in Economics 505, to an examination of the various types of crises that have afflicted developing countries over the past three decades, considering in particular the implications of such crises for growth and development.
Class Format: lecture
Requirements/Evaluation: two midterms and a final projec
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Prerequisites: Economics 505; undergraduate enrollment limited and requires instructor's permission
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Divisional Attributes: Division II
Other Attributes: INST Economic Development Studies Electives
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Expected Enrollment: 25-30
Class Number: 3453
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ECON515-01(S) SEM Developing Country Macro II Division 2: Social Studies Kenneth N. Kuttner
MR 1:10 PM-2:25 PM CDE 3453
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