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ECON 3130 - Global and Domestic Macroeconomics

5 credit hours
Formerly - ECON 330
Develops the economic theory necessary to understand how the international macroeconomy works and influences the behavior and success of business. Emphasis on the impact of international macroeconomic events and how those events affect a firm’s ability to compete. Serves as intermediate macroeconomics course for economics majors and minors.    

Prerequisite Course/s: ECON 2130 and advanced standing in the Albers School



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