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Avis et commentaires pour d'étudiants pour Country Level Economics: Policies, Institutions, and Macroeconomic Performance par Université de l'Illinois à Urbana-Champaign

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This course examines macroeconomic performance in the short and long run based on the economy’s institutional and policy environment. First, we will develop a model of macroeconomy in the short run when the price level has its own momentum and does not respond much to supply and demand forces. Then, we’ll begin analyzing the long-run equilibrium by examining the foreign exchange market. The third module examines the drivers of aggregate output in the long run and the mechanisms of adjustment from the short run to the long run. Finally, we will discuss the characteristics of desirable macroeconomic policies and the reasons why actual policies deviate from them. You will be able to: • Understand how the market for aggregate goods and services interacts with the money market to shape the macroeconomic equilibrium which determines income, interest rate, and exchange rate in the short run • Assess the dynamic effects of macroeconomic policies and understand the roles of globalization, government policies, institutions, and expectations in macroeconomic outcomes This course is part of Gies College of Business’ suite of online programs, including the iMBA and iMSM. Learn more about admission into these programs and explore how your Coursera work can be leveraged if accepted into a degree program at https://degrees.giesbusiness.illinois.edu/idegrees/....

Meilleurs avis

AC

26 août 2020

Fantastic course. Highly recommended if you want to dive into Macroeconomic, policies and how institutions behave under certain shocks. Not a trivial course, but very interesting.

TP

4 août 2020

After doing this course,I have learnt about many things like policies,institutions etc.All of this help me in real life & studies.Thank You sir for giving me that oppurtunity.

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par Charlotta R

17 janv. 2017

superinteresting

par Felipe R

7 juil. 2019

Awesome course!

par Trinh M H

3 févr. 2021

Thank for all

par Clinton E F I

1 juil. 2019

Good content

par Dmitrii I

19 avr. 2018

great course

par Damanjit S

21 juil. 2017

Great stuf!!

par Thái N T H

24 févr. 2021

thank a lot

par Nguyen N S

22 mars 2021

excellence

par Jaspreet S

17 avr. 2021

Excellent

par أميمة م

18 janv. 2021

Very good

par Tong V C

17 déc. 2020

Very good

par Ha N S

20 oct. 2020

Well done

par Asher C

12 juil. 2020

The best!

par Nguyễn T T N

17 déc. 2019

very good

par Sahila F

18 févr. 2022

great

par Do T M

26 févr. 2021

Great

par 李由

23 août 2021

GOOD

par Yixuan Z

21 août 2021

good

par Trịnh T P

25 mars 2021

good

par Rehile M

16 mai 2020

jj

par Duy N P

6 avr. 2020

ok

par Samir M

12 févr. 2021

2

par Jaison J M

23 août 2020

This was a densely packed course with alot of information. However I feel this wasn't a bigginer level course as much of homework and prerequisite knowledge was required to get through this. The instructor was a fast with the basics and went straight to the point which for me as a non economics student felt was overburdening. Never the less, I have gained good amount of knowledge through this course.

par L.G. Y

30 mai 2020

really liked the transcript of the video (compared to course 3 didn't seem to have this. harder for me being a dyslexic) plus some of the important slides. compared to course 1,2, I felt I needed to do my own research more to pass the quiz rather than everything being tested were clearly taught in the video.

par Deepjyoti R

12 juil. 2020

While this course teaches you a lot, I feel this can be an overwhelming course for someone with no background in any kind of economics. It would great if the course is updated to be more structured to make the students more engaged in the concepts. The language itself can be difficult to digest easily.