Seminar in Dynamic Economics


The purpose of this seminar is to expose advanced graduate students to people doing cutting-edge research in broadly-defined dynamic economics. Outside visitors and department staff will lecture and lead discussions on a variety of current research topics including macroeconomic theory, financial markets and fiscal policy, money and monetary policy, asset pricing, international finance, growth and business cycles, development macroeconomics and other areas of interest. Prerequisites are Econ 501 and 502 or their equivalent.
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