College of Business Macroeconomics 2301 - Fall 2016 Successful

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TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY – COMMERCE

College of Business Department of Economics and Finance

Macroeconomics 2301 - Fall 2016 Classes meet 8/29/16 – 12/16/16 Section 01E #80611 TR 11:00 – 12:15

Section 02E #80612 MWF 9:00 – 9:50 All classes meet in BA 245

Section 03E # 81394 MWF 10:00 – 10:50

Instructor: Frannie Miller Email: [email protected] Phone: 903- 440 -5644 (Cell) – do not leave voice-mail, use email or text instead. Twitter: @Frannie_Miller Facebook page: TAMUC LIONOMICS (please do not send Friend Requests) Fax: (903) 886-5601 Office: BA 207 Office Hours: MWF – 11:00 – 12:00, Tue&Thur 9:00 - 10:50 Also available by appointment. Please call first before driving in, office hours are subject to change.

Successful students will be able to accomplish these objectives toward understanding the economy: 1. Explain how choices and trades improve welfare. 2. Be able to use the supply and demand model to describe individual decision makers and the economy as a whole. 3. Be able to calculate features of the economy given a simplified dataset. Be able to discuss the limitations and benefits of using each construct to describe the well-being of the economy. 4. Model the effects on society for changes in macroeconomic variables. Successful students will be able to accomplish these objectives as critical thinkers: A. Identify assumptions used in models B. Identify information and data that is relevant to an economic problem. C. Be able to identify alternative solutions to an economic problem. D. Be able to relate and explain economic topics to economic models. E. Identify the societal and/or civic issues that are relevant to an economic problem or event. Text and online homework package: Principles of Macroeconomics by Mateer and Coppock ISBN 978-0-393-93577-6 (pbk). You should PLAN ON READING THE TEXT! You will be amazed at how it changes outcomes in this course.

Attendance: You are required to attend this course daily. Five unexcused absences will result in the student being administratively dropped from the course.i

Course evaluation: All grading will be >90% = A; 80-89% = B; 70-79% = C and so on with
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College of Business Macroeconomics 2301 - Fall 2016 Successful

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY – COMMERCE College of Business Department of Economics and Finance Macroeconomics 2301 - Fall 2016 Classes meet 8/29/16 – 12/16...

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