ECON-326 Bus Cycles & Forcasting/Intermed Macro
An intermediate-level study of macroeconomic theory emphasizing analysis of general business activity and the implications of changing business conditions for business and public policy. Basic forecasting techniques are explained and the use of forecast information in firm and individual decision-making are evaluated. Computer lab work is used to demonstrate the application of economic theory to business planning and forecasting. Prerequisites: Economics 221 and 222, Information Systems 171, and Mathematics 143, 243, or 343.