View more on Professor Mardi Dungey in WARP Expertise Mardi works in applied empirical macroeconomics and finance with a particular emphasis on macroeconomic and financial system regulatory policy.
The problems posed by monopoly and other forms of market failure will be analyzed along with other real-world issues. Admission to Breech School of Business. Students will trace the historical development of contemporary macroeconomic analysis and use economic models to evaluate the impact of monetary and fiscal policies on the level of employment, output and prices in capitalist economies.
The debate surrounding the appropriate role of government in promoting full employment and price stability is given emphasis. This interdisciplinary course involves the use of economic principles and various ethical perspectives to analyze contemporary environmental issues.
The links between economic growth and population growth and the impact of growth on natural resource depletion and various types of environmental pollution are explored. Students will also complete a relevant research project. Extent of poverty and income inequality in U.
Various theories that attempt to explain causes of poverty and inequality are discussed. Existing antipoverty programs are analyzed as are proposals for policy changes.
This course has been approved as an Honors qualified course. Students will learn to use calculus and statistics to quantify and interpret a variety of important micro-and macroeconomic models.
Students will complete individual research projects involving data collection and analysis using Excel and more sophisticated statistical computer software. Interns must have at least 60 credit hours, completed appropriate coursework and have a minimum GPA of 2.
Also, approval must be obtained from the student's faculty sponsor and required forms must be completed by the deadline. Students will use economic models to explain and identify sources of market and government failure.
They will study the impact that various government expenditure and tax policies have on the allocation of resources and the distribution of income, and will consider contemporary tax reform proposals. Examines international trade theory, policy and international finance.
The costs and benefits of more open trade are considered. The determination of exchange rates is explored and government intervention in foreign exchange markets is examined. A student research project is required. An exposure to the dynamics of identifying opportunities and dealing with the risks of implementing new ideas and ventures, while focusing on the early development of independent ventures as well as those within established organizations.
Both individual and organizational level issues will be addressed. Includes an analysis of the major functional areas of the start-up firm: This course introduces students to the concerns that exist in the 21st century and helps them discover the efforts that they as university students can make to help alleviate social problems now and throughout their life.
This course will look at effective responses to social needs and innovative solutions to social problems through case discussion, intensive research and writing projects, guest speakers and experiential projects.
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