Postgraduate Courses For M.Phil./Ph.D. Programmes

ECON5021 MACROECONOMIC THEORY

This course emphasizes the application of recent theoretical analyses on macroeconomic fluctuations and growth. It is an advanced course on contemporary macroeconomic theories with the aim to bring students to the frontier of current research. The main topic of this course is dynamic general equilibrium models and their applications, particularly in relation to explaining consumption/saving, investment, unemployment, business cycles and economic growth. Policy implications are also derived.

2016-2017:
1st Term
2nd Term
ECON5021A (M.Phil/Ph.D.) Teacher: Prof. WANG Yin Chi [Course Outline]
ECON5021B (M.Sc.) Teacher: Dr. MOK Kai Chung, Wallace [Course Outline]
Prof. YIP Chong Kee
ECON5021C (M.Sc.) Teacher: Dr. MOK Kai Chung, Wallace [Course Outline]
Prof. YIP Chong Kee