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  • ECO 2531: Health Economics 

    Grivoyannis, Elias C. (2019-01)
    Why take a course in Health Economics The U.S. presidential election of 2008 was a watershed event in the health care reform debate. Keeping his promise, and taking advantage of Democratic majorities in both, the House ...
  • ECO 2601: Introduction To Financial Economics 

    Vinjamuri, Srikar (2019-01)
    Course Information This is an introductory course in Financial Economics with a particular emphasis on different theories of asset pricing. It will introduce fundamental ideas in Financial Economics like consumer financial ...
  • ECO 2005H: Economics & the Law 

    Grivoyannis, Elias C. (2019-01)
    Why take a course in Economics and the Law Economics is the most advanced of the social sciences, and the legal system contains many parallels to and overlaps with the systems that economists have studied successfully. ...
  • ECO1421: Econometrics 

    Hadavand, Aboozar (2015-09)
    Course Description: This is an introduction to specification, estimation (simple and multiple regression analysis), and hypothesis testing. After reviewing the Gauss-Markov assumptions, the course departs from those ...
  • ECO1501: Public Finance 

    Grivoyannis, Elias C. (2013-09)
    Course Objectives: In this course students will learn the theory of social balance, personal and corporate income taxes; sales and property taxes; current economic thought on taxation and public debt, expenditure analysis ...
  • ECO1101: Intermediate Microeconomics 

    Schwalbe, Josef (2019-01)
    Theory of elasticity; indifference curves and applications; cost of production;output markets; externalities; input markets;linear programming; optimation theory with use of calculus. Pre-req./Co-req.: MAT 1412/H or ...
  • ECO 1177: Game Theory 

    Hashimoto, Tadashi (2020-09)
    Course Description: This course introduces basic techniques of game theory and provides a wide range of economic and other social-scientific applications. Game theory—developed by economists, mathematicians, behavioral ...
  • ECO1010: Principles of Economics 

    Bloise, Gaetano (2020-09)
    Course objectives The purpose of this course is to initiate students to the basic principles of economics and to provide them with an understanding of several economic phenomena in a modern society. The course is split ...
  • ECO1221: Money and Banking 

    Kisina, Irina (2012-01)
    Course description: This course serves the purpose of introduction to the money and banking field. The first step in understanding money and banking will involve an introduction of main players in the world of finance and ...
  • ECO 2801: Auctions and Market Design / ECON 5115: Market Design 

    Hashimoto, Tadashi (2016-01)
    First note that this course is jointly offered to graduate students in Master of Science in Quantitative Economics and undergraduate students in Yeshiva College; undergraduate students are also expected to follow rigorous ...