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ECONĀ 6504 [0.5 credit] PhD Macroeconomics Theory II

Modern dynamic stochastic general equilibrium models, such as real-business-cycle models, models of labour-market and financial frictions, and heterogeneous-agent models. Students also learn computational techniques to solve and estimate these models.
Precludes additional credit for ECON 6021(no longer offered).


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Students completing the dual degree pathway will graduate with: M.A. Economics with Concentration in Financial Economics, and M.B.A. with Concentration in Financial Economics.