|Principles of Macroeconomics |
An introduction to the general principles of national income, employment
and prices in closed and open economies. The role of government,
money, inflation, international trade, economic growth and development
|Principles of Microeconomics |
This is also an introductory course where the general principles of
pricing and resource allocation are discussed in the market type
|Principles of Mathematical|
Basic Algebra, static equilibrium analysis, linear and non-linear models,
comparative static, differentiation and integration, matrices, optimality,
logarithms and economic applications.
National income accounting; determination of income, output,
employment and the price level.
Functions and relations; linear models; differentiation, and
transcendental functions and their use in economics; linear programming
Probability, random variables, probabilistic, models, functions of random
variables, estimation methods, and confidence intervals. The concept of
inferential statistics will be stressed.
|Computer application in economics|
This course focus on analyzing data, interpreting the output from the
Microsoft Excel and E-views, and explaining how to use this software.
Simple regression, multiple regression, correlation and time series
estimation techniques and related analyses. Statistical estimation of
parameters in economic relationship considerations .
Analyzing projects tables, primary study, market analysis study, technical
study, financial analysis, profitability analysis and analyzing cost