This seminar builds upon basic macroeconomic principles, applying economic models/theory to the global economies. Global macroeconomics seeks to explain the nature of association among economic forces in markets around the world, such as the impact of the United States fiscal deficit on increased foreign borrowing and forces causing the economic slump in Japan.
This seminar explores differences among economic institutions, policy, and performance in countries around the world and provides information on the methods used to make economic comparisons across countries, examining the relative success or failure of these various economic states. Topics of discussion will revolve around major developments in the world economy.
This course introduces students to the performance of market economies. It addresses market dynamics that affect organizations and management decision-making in order to enhance the ability of the student to understand the context, source, and potential solutions for various problems and opportunities routinely encountered in the practice of management.
Managerial Economics concerns the efficient management of resources to achieve organizational or enterprise goals by applying economic theory and methodological techniques in the practice of management. This course is focused on the application of economic models, estimation techniques, and fundamental analysis in contemporary private and public markets.