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Exam Pattern
Assessment :
1. Internal Assessment (25 marks): The internal evaluation will consist of two class tests of 10 marks each, with 5 marks being allocated for attendance.
2. The Endsemester Examination (75 marks) :
The question paper of endsemester examination will have two sections (A and B).
Section A will ask 6 shorttypes of answer out 7 questions, giving equation weightage to each topic.
Section B would ask to answer 3 out of 4 longtype of questions (preferably from one topic with possible subparts). Two questions from topics 1, 2 and 3 and two questions from Topic 4 are suggested. All question (in short and long types) can be mathematical in nature.
Course Content of Our Video Lectures
Chapter 1 : Review of IS LM [272 Minutes]
Based Upon Topics of Semester 2
Number of Lectures 6 Lectures
Total Duration 272 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 4 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Aggregate Demand, IS Curve, LM Curve, Simultaneous Equilibrium of Goods & Money Markets
Unit – I : The Labour Market
Unit – II : Aggregate Demand & Aggregate Supply Curves
Chapter 2 to Chapter 6 Cover Unit I and Unit II
Chapter 2 : Monetary & Fiscal Policy [306 Minutes]
Based Upon Dornbusch & Fischer Chapter 5
Number of Lectures 8 Lectures
Total Duration 306 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 3 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Monetary Policy, Open Market Operations, Transmission Mechanism, Liquidity Trap (Keynesian Case), Classical Case, Fiscal Policy, Crowding Out, Investment Subsidy, Policy Mix
Chapter 3 : Aggregate Demand [140 Minutes]
Based Upon Dornbusch & Fischer Chapter 7
Number of Lectures 4 Lectures
Total Duration 140 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Derivation of Aggregate Demand Curve, Effects of Monetary & Fiscal Expansion, Keynesian & Classical Aggregate Supply Curve, The Neutrality of Money
Chapter 4 : Labour Market [145 Minutes]
Based Upon Olivier Blanchard Chapter 6
Number of Lectures 2 Lectures
Total Duration 145 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Labour Force, Unemployment, Labour Force Participation Rate, Wage & Price Determination, Wage Setting & Price Setting Relation, The Natural Rate of Unemployment
Chapter 5 : Aggregate Supply [199 Minutes]
Based Upon Olivier Blanchard Chapter 7
Number of Lectures 2 Lectures
Total Duration 199 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Derivation & Properties of Aggregate Supply Curve, Derivation & Properties of Aggregate Demand Curve, Equilibrium in Short Run & Medium Run, Effects of Demand & Supply Shocks
Chapter 6 : Nominal & Real Interest Rate [50 Minutes]
Based Upon Olivier Blanchard Chapter 14.1
Number of Lectures 1 Lectures
Total Duration 50 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Inflation, Nominal & Real Interest Rate and ISLM Curves
Unit – III : Inflation, Unemployment & Expectations
Chapter 7 : Phillips Curve [150 Minutes]
Based Upon Olivier Blanchard Chapter 8
Number of Lectures 2 Lectures
Total Duration 150 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Relation Between Inflation, Expected Inflation & Unemployment, Phillips Curve, Modified Phillips Curve, Natural Rate of Unemployment, Wage Indexation
Chapter 8 : Okun’s Law [149 Minutes]
Based Upon Olivier Blanchard Chapter 9
Number of Lectures 3 Lectures
Total Duration 149 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Okun’s Law, Phillips Curve, Aggregate Demand Relation, Disinflation, Point Years of Excess Unemployment, Sacrifice Ratio, Lucas Critique, Nominal Rigidities & Staggerring of Wages
Chapter 9 : Expectations [144 Minutes]
Based Upon Attfield, Demery & Duck Chapter 1 & 2
Number of Lectures 2 Lectures
Total Duration 144 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Meaning of Expectations, Adaptive Expectations, Rational Expectations, Characteristics & Limitations of Rational Expectations
Chapter 10 : Policy Ineffectiveness Preposition [151 Minutes]
Based Upon Steven Sheffrin Chapter 2
Number of Lectures 2 Lectures
Total Duration 151 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Expectations & Phillips Curve, Lucas Account of Business Cycle, Signal Extraction Problem, Derivation of Policy Ineffectiveness Proposition
Unit – IV : Micro Economic Foundations
Chapter 11 : Consumption [238 Minutes]
Based Upon Branson Chapter 12
Number of Lectures 4 Lectures
Total Duration 238 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Keynesian Consumption Function, Simon Kuznets & Consumption Puzzle, Inter Temporal Choice, Permanent Income Hypothesis, Life Cycle Hypothesis, Permanent Income & Adaptive Expectations, Random Walk Model
Chapter 12 : Investment [155 Minutes]
Based Upon Dornbusch & Fischer Chapter 12
Number of Lectures 3 Lectures
Total Duration 155 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Business Fixed Investment, Neoclassical Approach, Determination of Desired Capital Stock, Flexible Accelerator Model, Credit Rationing, Residential Investment, Q Theory of Investment, Inventory Investment, Rate of Return
Chapter 13 : Demand for Money [200 Minutes]
Based Upon Branson Chapter 14
Number of Lectures 5 Lectures
Total Duration 200 Minutes
Number of Questions in Notes Questions
Number of MCQ Tests on this Chapter 2 Tests
Important Topics Covered : Demand for Money, Regressive Expectations Model, Portfolio Balance Approach, Transaction Demand for Money, Precautionary Demand for Money
Previous Year Papers
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2018
End of Syllabus
Syllabus for Intermediate Macro Economics – I as Prescribed by University of Delhi
ReadingListMacroEcoCourse Description
Intermediate Macroeconomics I (HC32)
Core Course (CC) Credit: 6
Course Objective
This is the second module of a threemodule sequence on Macroeconomics. This course introduces students to formal modelling of the macroeconomy in terms of analytical tools. It discusses various alternative theories of output and employment determination in a closed economy in the short run as well as medium run, and the role of policy in this context. It also introduces students to various microfounded theories of macro behaviour, e.g., consumption and investment behaviour of households and the demand for money generated in the household sector.
Course Learning Outcomes
This course enables students to analyse the macroeconomic performance of various countries using formal analytical tools. It also allows them to evaluate important macroeconomic policies and their implications.
Unit 1
The labour market Wage determination; wages, prices and employment; natural rate of unemployment; from employment to output
Unit 2
Aggregate demand and aggregate supply curves Derivation of aggregate demand and aggregate and supply curves; interaction of aggregate demand and supply to determine equilibrium output, price level and employment
Unit 3
Inflation, unemployment and expectations Phillips curve; adaptive and rational expectations; policy ineffectiveness debate
Unit 4
Microeconomic foundations Consumption: Keynesian consumption function; Fisher‘s theory of optimal intertemporal choice; lifecycle and permanent income hypotheses; rational expectations and random walk of consumption expenditure
Investment: determinants of business fixed investment; residential investment and inventory investment
Demand for money
References
 Abel, A., Bernanke, B. (2016). Macroeconomics, 9th ed. Pearson Education.
 Blanchard, O. (2018). Macroeconomics, 7th ed. Pearson Education.
 Branson, W. (2013). Macroeconomics: Theory and policy, 3rd ed, East West Press.
 Dornbusch, R., Fischer, S., Startz, R. (2018). Macroeconomics, 12th ed. McGrawHill.
 Jones, C. (2016). Macroeconomics, 4th ed. W. W. Norton.
 Mankiw, N. (2016). Macroeconomics, 9th ed. Worth Publishers.