Global Economics

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Global Economics by Mind Map: Global Economics

1. Coverage

1.1. 1. Introductory Microeconomics: Resource Allocation and Market Structure

1.2. 2. Introductory Macroeconomics: Aggregate Economic Activity

1.3. 3. Mathematical Methods for Economists 1

1.4. 4. Mathematical Methods For Economists 2

1.5. 5. Intermediate Microeconomics

1.6. 6. Intermediate Macroeconomics

1.7. 7. Introduction to Econometrics

1.8. 8. Economic Development

1.9. 9. International Financial Markets

1.10. 10. International Trade

1.11. 11. International Finance

2. Learning Tasks

2.1. Oral & written reports

2.1.1. Substance & relevance of written report

2.1.2. Effectiveness of oral presentation

2.2. Active participation in group discussions

2.3. Synthesis of the course as experienced

2.4. Performance in final examination

3. Grading Scheme

3.1. Class participation 10%

3.1.1. Contextual Willingness to participate and attentive to discussion

3.1.2. Innovative There is willingness to test new ideas and comments are not confrontational.

3.1.3. Insightful Comments are appropriate and indicates insightful analysis of case data

3.1.4. Relevant Comments are relevant to current discussion and linked to comments of others

3.1.5. Supported Comments clarify important aspects of earlier ideas and lead to clearer statement of relevant concepts and issues

3.2. Research Assignments 70%

3.2.1. Quality analysis Major issues are addressed Relevant tools are used properly Assumptions for analysis are stated clearly Causes of the problems are identified in the analysis

3.2.2. Exhibits Analyses in the exhibits are done correctly Exhibits support and clarify key points 3 to 7 exhibits

3.2.3. Recommendations Criteria for selecting alternative recommendations are given Criteria are appropriate Plan of action is logical linked to the analysis Plan of action is specific, complete and practical Recommendations are likely to achieve intended results

3.2.4. Presentations Report is not long, 2000 words max Presentation is professionally done Report is consistent and effectively sells its recommendations

3.3. End requirements 20%

3.3.1. Course synthesis

3.3.2. Final examination

3.3.3. Final examination permit

3.3.4. Book review