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School of Economics and Finance

ECN106 - Macroeconomics 1

Credits: 15
Semester: B

The course is an introduction to what economists know about how goods, labour and financial markets interact to determine aggregate variables (in particular output, employment and the aggregate price level). It aims to provide the essential concepts to understand the economic debate in the press and the foundations for further study in macroeconomics.

Level: 4