3 Credits

LectureFall 2023
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Fall 2023 Instructors: Thomas Hertel

Theory and empirical techniques behind numerical general equilibrium analysis. The course is divided into two parts: 1) development of the basic analytical framework and model properties, and 2) in-depth study of selected applications in international trade, price analysis, and resource and environmental economics. Homework assignments involve a mix of qualitative analysis and microcomputer-based computational exercises. Prerequisite: AGEC 60400; Prerequisite: ECON 51100 or 60700. Typically offered Spring.

Course AGEC 61800 from Purdue University - West Lafayette.

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