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Fall, spring
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Studies aggregate economic behavior as determined by interactions among the product, financial and labor markets. Variables focused upon are the general levels of prices, of national income and of employment. Applications of the theory are made and policy inferences are drawn with respect to employment and price stability, growth and development, trade and the global economy. Prerequisites: Economics 111, 112; the Calculus requirement described above. One unit.

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