The United States economy is the world's largest and has a major influence on the Australian and global economies. This unit examines the main institutional features of the US economy and their role in determining US economic growth, the business cycle and other contemporary economic policy issues. The US economy's interactions with the rest of the world are also considered, with a particular focus on Australia's trade and investment relationship with the United States.
By the end if this unit, students will be able to:
Taught in Semester 2, 2019
1 x 2 hour seminar per week
25% Book review (2000 words)
25% Multiple choice problem set (500wd equiv)
50% Research essay (3000 words)
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