Andrew K. Rose:
Global Macroeconomics (BA201b) Resources
Last updated: Oct 6, 2015
Rocks! A (very) few other
materials and links, are available at my teaching page.
teach core “Macroeconomics in the Global Economy” BA201b (check
Course”). In 1999 and 2012, I won the Cheit
Award for Outstanding Teaching in the Haas MBA program (I was also a
finalist in 1993, 1994, 1996,
2008). I have inspired haiku while
the neoclassical growth model (and another
teaching the business cycle model), and also an
here! You get an
bonus point for suggesting
improvement (pointing out "link-rot" doesn't count),
the first to find
omitted or in error
website (or the course syllabus/outline) .
Global Macroeconomics students can obtain the following:
- Summaries of Key Concepts
Sets and Solutions
- A PDF
copy of the syllabus and course outline for Executive MBA program for Spring 2016. More information on the class project is available.
- A link to bCourses.
- A link to Study.Net.
- A link to Bear Facts
- My more
recent Teaching Instructor Evaluation Service (TIES)
ratings are available in a graphical format, but only to those in the
Haas domain. In 2000, I taught sections at
sections); and finally for 2002 (8:00
and 9:30). I also taught the Berkeley-Columbia
2002. In Spring 2003 I taught the Monday
Evening program, and one
program. In Spring 2004, I taught the entire
daytime core, sections 1,
4. In Spring 2006, I again taught the
entire daytime core, sections 1,
Once more in Spring 2008, I taught the entire
daytime core, sections 1,
Berkeley-Columbia core. In the Spring of 2010, I taught sections 1,
of the fulltime MBA program. In the Fall of 2010, I taught the Berkeley-Columbia core.
In the Fall of 2011, I also taught the Berkeley-Columbia core. In
the Spring of 2013, I taught the two evening sections of the MBA core. In the Spring of 2014, I taught the Berkeley Executive MBA core; ditto, Spring 2015.
cold-calling patterns (useful only for historic study), reprinted
from HaasWeek May 1997 and 1998. The patterns
updated through 1999 are also available (again courtesy of Haasweek).
- A link to the website for
- A short video on "Black Wednesday"
is available on YouTube.
case by Alvarez and
Zeldes on the Argentina Stabilization of 1991.
Problem Set Exercises are available, organized by topic.
- A link to Gapminder.
- A link to the Council on Foreign Relation's
website on the 2008 Financial Crisis.
link to enable you to subscribe to The Economist
student subscription rates.
- A link to enable you to The Financial Times
reading on: international
Economic Outlook; the
justifiably famous CBS video “Every Breath You Take” (worth seeing if
Summaries and Key Concepts
the course into a number of different topics, and have prepared short
for each. The relevant chapters in
Mankiw (7th edition) are given in parentheses; short PDF
summarize the key concepts are available for each topic.
You can use these in advance of the class, in
class, or for review (I tend not to use overhead projections). Note that some of these files contain extra material
that may not be used in class. If you find an error
one and let me know,
you get an automatic bonus point.
file of introductory material.
1. Key Concepts
and Critical Distinctions (1,2)
Distribution, and Spending (3)
4. Natural Rate
5. Money, Bonds,
Rates and Inflation in the Long Run (4)
6. The Balance
Payments, Capital and Trade Flows with Flexible Exchange Rates (5)
Cycles in an
Aggregate Model: Money and Oil shocks (9)
and Fiscal Policy (10,11)
9. The IS-LM
Model in a
closed economy (10,11)
(Open Economy IS-LM) model with fixed exchange rates (12)
(Open Economy IS-LM) model with flexible/floating exchange rates
the Phillips Curve (13)
o Summary Notes on
for the macro themes that run through the course.
Optional Problem Set Exercises are available,
organized by topic.