14.451 Macroeconomic Theory I, Spring 2003
Macroeconomic Theory I
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The first half of the semester is an introduction to the techniques and the applications of dynamic general equilibrium models, with particular emphasis on models of economic growth.
growth facts, growth models, neoclassical growth model, Open Economies, Overlapping Generations, Money, Fluctuations, Asset Pricing, Public Finance, Spillovers, Human Capital, Endogenous Growth, research and development, Innovation, Technological Change, Markets, Institutions, Wealth Distribution, Macroeconomics