Macroeconomics I

Autumn semester 2021
Thursday, 08:15 - 12:00
Room C140
ECTS: 6.0



The Macroeconomics I course introduces the main topics of macroeconomic analysis at a beginner and intermediate level. It focuses on national accounting and the economic circuit, equilibrium conditions of goods, monetary, and labour markets, and on aggregate demand and supply conditions. The role of monetary policy and fiscal policy is analysed in detail. Lectures are completed by workshops (every three weeks).


Teaching modality

According to Dean's Directives, the course will be held both in presence and in remote modality (through MS Teams). However, no recording of the course will be at the disposal of students.