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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
economies.
Principles of Mathematical
Basic Algebra, static equilibrium analysis, linear and non-linear models,
comparative static, differentiation and integration, matrices, optimality,
logarithms and economic applications.
Macroeconomic theory
National income accounting; determination of income, output,
employment and the price level.
Mathematical Economics
Functions and relations; linear models; differentiation, and
transcendental functions and their use in economics; linear programming
Applied Statistics
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.
Econometrics
Simple regression, multiple regression, correlation and time series
estimation techniques and related analyses. Statistical estimation of
parameters in economic relationship considerations .
Feasibility studies
Analyzing projects tables, primary study, market analysis study, technical
study, financial analysis, profitability analysis and analyzing cost
efficiency.