Economics (H)

COURSE OBJECTIVES

This course will help the students to know about markets and other governance structures, organizing core economic activities, such as production, distribution, and consumption, and the growth of productive resources. The students will also become familiar with the origins and implications of processes of international economic integration and differentiation, the basic features of the international financial and monetary systems, and their implications for national economic policies. We also organize various workshops, seminars and guest lecturers to make them aware about latest economic development.

Course Highlights

  • To learn and organize economic activities, such as production, distribution,consumption, and the growth of productive resources.
  • To determine the macroeconomic conditions (national output, employment, and inflation), causes of business cycles, and interactions of monetary and financial markets with the real economy, familiarizing themselves in the process with major economic theories of relevance.
  • To make the students familiar with the origins and implications of processes of international economic integration and differentiation, the basic features of the international financial and monetary systems, and their implications for national economic policy.
  • To make students familiar with the history of economic thought and the controversies between its major schools of thought and contrasting theoretical approaches.
  • To make students analyze research questions with the use of econometric technique by identifying data and model specification issues; selecting and implementing suitable multiple regression techniques based on their analysis of error structures; and conductingbasic analyses of time-series

 

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