Concepts of scarcity and cost; supply and demand;
government in the economy; organization and functions of businesses and
cooperatives; measurement and determination of national income; unemployment and
inflation; money, banking, and financial markets; international trade and
Prereq: Math 100 or equiv.
Macroeconomics: A Contemporary Introduction by McEachernISBN: 978-0538453776
Text available from the University Store and Text Rental
WI Undergraduate3 credits: $1,123.38
Permission is required to register for this course.
Submit Business Area Pre-Registration Form to Peer Advising (CPS 415) by March 28.
Tracy HoferProfessor of EconomicsCPS
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