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Economics for Finance


The course, which is an introductory economics course on master level, provides the students with the main concepts and models used in modern micro- and macroeconomic analysis.

Course content


  1. Utility Maximization and Demand Function

  2. Intertemporal Choice and Uncertainty

  3. Firm Behavior and Supply Function

  4. Competitive Markets

  5. General Equilibrium in Endowment Economies

  6. General Equilibrium with Production


  1. Fiscal Policy

  2. The Role of Money

  3. Basic Macroeconomic Model: IS Curve and Policy

  4. IS-LM and the Role of Monetary Policy

  5. Financial Markets and Macroeconomics


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