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Cours de macroéconomie de doctorat

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  • Sébastien Galy

    (Concordia University)

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This is a graduate course in macroeconomics done by a student for students. It is simple, clear (hopefully) and well organized. It is preliminary and built around the business cycle framework. First, I start with the equilibrium, disequilibrium and matching/research approach with a spice of endogenous growth and a martyrdom of simulation/estimation technics. Please not that this last part owes largely to a course given by Alain Guay of UQAM. Any mistakes are my own. J'ai monté ce cours gradué en macroéconomie, lorsque j'étais un étudiant pour aider d'autres étudiants. Il est simple, claire (j'espère) et bien organisé. C'est une version préliminaire fondée sur l'approche des cycles économiques (rbc). Je commence d'abord par l'approche d'équilibre, de déséquilibre, d'appariemment/recherche avec une touche de croissance endogène et un martyr de techniques de simulation et d'estmation. D'ailleurs, veuillez noter que cette dernière partie vient en grande partie d'un cours donné par Alain Guay à l'UQAM. Toute erreur est évidemment mienne

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  • Sébastien Galy, 1999. "Cours de macroéconomie de doctorat," Macroeconomics 9903012, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpma:9903012 Note: Type of Document - Microsoft Word7; prepared on IBM PC ; to print on HP4L; pages: 265 ; figures: included/request from author/draw your own. I wrote this paper while preparing my comprehensive exams at the University of Quebec in Montreal. Since, I had no organized and comprehensive source of knowledge on macroeconomics, I wrote one myself. It is preliminary and incomplete, but I hope graduate francophone students will find it usefull.
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    rbc business cycles equilibrium disequilibrium endogenous contract salary matching research;

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    • E - Macroeconomics and Monetary Economics

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