1. YBBE1833 Microeconomics
This course emphasises on the fundamental theories underlying the economic behaviour of individual consumers and firms; the workings of different types of market structures and the factor markets.
2. YBBE1843 Macroeconomics
This course is an introduction to macroeconomics—the study of business cycle fluctuations and long-run economic growth. The course will first introduce students to the measurement of major macroeconomic variables and the main issues in macroeconomics. It will then introduce students to models that study the trend of the economy in the long run and the cyclical ups and downs of the economy in the short run. Empirical evidence and the effects of fiscal and monetary policies will be discussed along the way.
MCP-Bridging for TEC (Doctor of Philosophy in Economics)