The aim of this course is to cover several topics on international macroeconomics, such as open economy real business cycle models, small open economy models, sovereign default models and models of international capital flows. The course is intended to provide students with a battery of tools that will help them identify relevant questions and identify the right approach (methodology) to solve them, as well as learning different quantitative methods to solve the models that we study throughout the semester. For the student, the goal is to start thinking about possible research questions, learn how to develop a research plan and transmit ideas in an effective way.
Section 01International Macroeconomics
INSTRUCTOR: Restrepo-EchavarriaView Course Listing