CMBA5814: Economics

1.5 Credits

The goal is to improve corporate decision-making by developing better understanding of the economic environment. Emphasis is strategic, not theoretic (this is not a standard macro course.) We shall consider two primary kinds of economic phenomena (and models): i. long-run economic growth; ii. business cycles. Also and importantly, we will learn about what a central bank does and spend some time on the current world financial/macroeconomic mess. How could we do otherwise? Students will learn appropriate tools to analyze these phenomena and apply them to their own decision-making environs, both organizational and personal.

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