Course description

Advanced Macroeconomics

Introduction

The course description is available in English only.

Course content

Growth theory

  • Neoclassical Growth
  • Endogenous Growth
  • Overlapping Generation Models
  • Problem set 1

Equilibrium models

  • Dynamic Programming
  • Consumption Theory
  • Investment Theory
  • Search Theory
  • Problem set 2

Business cycle and topics

  • Complete Markets
  • Real Business Cycle Theory
  • Topics: Incomplete Markets Models
  • Problem set 3

There will be 10 lectures, 5 lectures on each part. Students are required to participate in class – both in discussions and by presenting models/material from the reading lists –  as well as solve and hand in solutions to exercises and problems.

Learning outcome knowledge

After taking this course, students will be able to understand the main theoretical frameworks used in advanced macroeconomics.

Exam organisation

  • Written exam: 100%