Classes

Economics 1776: Religion and the Rise of Capitalism

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2013

Examines the influence of religious thinking on the intellectual revolution, associated with Adam Smith and others, that created economics as we know it as an independent discipline; also examines how the lasting resonances from these early religious influences continue to shape discussion of economic issues and debates about economic policy down to our own day.

Economics 2421: Reading Course in Monetary and Fiscal Policy

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2013

A reading course that allows students to discuss and evaluate recent research in the analysis of monetary and fiscal policies. Students will be expected to participate in formally presenting, and critiquing, unpublished or newly published papers.

Economics 2010d: Economic Theory

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2011
A basic course in graduate macroeconomics, including models of business fluctuations, analyses of monetary and fiscal policy, and introduction to open economy macroeconomic issues.
Note: Enrollment is strictly limited to PhD students in the Economics Department, Business Economics program, and PEG program. Qualified Harvard undergraduates may also enroll. No other students may take the course for credit or as auditors.
Prerequisite: Mathematics...
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