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Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) is an innovative public university committed to the improvement of society through teaching of the highest quality and cutting-edge research in line with stringent international guidelines. UC3M has three degree-granting Schools, in addition to a School of Graduate Studies and a Doctoral School. Established in 1989, UC3M develops its activities in four campuses and enrolls about 18.000 students in undergraduate and graduate programs (18% are foreign students). UC3M has a large offer of programs taught in English and is the 1st university in Spain and the 3rd in Europe in terms of undergraduate students taking part in the Erasmus student exchange programs. UC3M is included in the QS Top 50 Under 50, a ranking of the world’s top 50 universities established within the last 50 years.
Course: Fundamentals of Macroeconomics
This introductory course to macroeconomic analysis provides a thorough view of what economists know about aggregate production, inflation, unemployment and economic policies and elevates the learner to a first-year undergraduate level.
About this course
Are you interested in a serious and solid background in economics?This course offers you a thorough view of everything economists know about markets: their strengths, their failures, and how this view can help you understand the most relevant economic problems. We follow a rigorous approach that combines visual arguments with realistic examples to help you connect the main economic concepts with your own experiences.The only required knowledge is certain familiarity with graph reading and basic high school mathematics.By the end of this course, you will have explored the key questions in macroeconomics:
Why some societies manage to coordinate and prosper in the long run and others don’t. Are developing countries doomed? What is postponing their prosperity?
Why even the most successful economies experience occasional crises that compromise the quality of life?
Why are there spikes in the unemployment or inflation that cause pain in our societies? What can we do about it?
Length: 6 weeks;
Effort: 2 to 3 hours per week;
Subject: Economics & Finance;
Video Transcripts: English, Español;
Secondary school (high school) algebra;
Basic mathematics concepts;
Ability to read basic graphs.
What you’ll learn
The GDP, its meaning, measurement, and components;
The main indicators of the labor market and the nature of unemployment;
Savings, investment, and the financial system;
The monetary and the banking system;
Central banks, monetary policies, and inflation;
International trade, capital flows, and exchange rates;
Fiscal and monetary policies.