Fakulti ekonomi dan pengurusan program ijazah sarjana ekonomi



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FAKULTI EKONOMI DAN PENGURUSAN

PROGRAM IJAZAH SARJANA EKONOMI

SEMESTER I SESI 2011/2012


1. Tajuk Kursus

Makroekonomi

2. Kod Kursus

EPPE6024/EEEX6024

3. Status Kursus

Teras Program

4. Jam Kredit

4

5. Prasyarat

-Tiada-

6. Semester ditawarkan

I & II

7. Pensyarah/ Masa dan Tempat

Pensyarah: Dr. Mohd Azlan Shah Zaidi
Masa: 8.30 pm - 12.30 pm (Rabu)

Tempat: DK5

Email: azlan@ukm.my

Web: www.ukm.my/azlan



8. Penilaian Kursus




Dip. Siswazah/Sarjana

PhD

Mid Term Exam

40%

40%

Final Exam

50%

40%

Assignment

10%

20%

9. Sinopsis Kursus

Kursus ini membincangkan isu pengurusan makroekonomi yang dihadapi dan dasar penstabilan yang diamalkan oleh negara membangun, khususnya Malaysia. Tajuk penting yang akan diliputi ialah model keseimbangan statik dalam penentuan pendapatan negara. Di bawah tajuk ini, perbincangan ditumpukan kepada keseimbangan sebelah permintaan, keseimbangan sebelah penawaran, dasar fisikal, dasar kewangan dan dasar pendapatan, model carian, ketegaran upah dan pengganguran, dan jangkaan rasional dan dasar permintaan. Di samping itu, kursus ini turut membincangkan tajuk fungsi permintaan sektoral yang meliputi teori penggunaan, permintaan pelaburan, permintaan dan penawaran wang, dan sektor asing dan imbangan pembayaran.

10. Hasil Pembelajaran Kursus (HPK)

After attending this course, the students should be able to:

  • explain the macroeconomic model in terms of the standard IS-LM and IS-PC-MR model in the good market, money market, and labour market.

  • analyze the role of fiscal and monetary policies

  • understand the role of consumption, investment, and finance in economic activity

  • analyze the macroeconomic model in open economy

  • understand the economic growth model in terms of exogenous and endogenous growth model

11. Kaedah Pengajaran

Kuliah, tutorial, dan seminar

12. Perincian Kursus

Week

Content

*Bloom

HPK

Kemahiran Insaniah

1

Introduction


1-2







2

Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply and Business Cycles

1-6







3

Inflation, Unemployment and Monetary Rules

1-6







4

Labor Market and Supply-Side Policies

1-6







5

Monetary Policy

1-6







6

Fiscal policy

1-6







7

Consumption and Investment

1-6







8

Midterm

1-6







Money and Finance

1-6







9

The Open Economy in the Short Run

1-6







10

Inflation and Unemployment in the Open Economy

1-6







11

Shocks and Policy Responses in the Open Economy

1-6







12

Interdependent Economies

1-6







13

Exogenous Growth Theory

1-6







14

Endogenous and Schumpeterian Growth

1-6






13. Bacaan Asas





Carlin, Wendy & Soskice, David. 2006. Macroeconomics: Imperfections, Institution and Policies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Branson, H, William.1989. Macroeconomics theory and policy. Cambridge: Harper and Row.

Carlin, Wendy & Soskice, David. 1990. Macroeconomics and wage bargain. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Cook, P & Kirkpatrick, C.1990. Macroeconomics for developing countries. London: Havester Wheatsheaf.

Heijdra, Ben J & Frederick Van Der Plog. 2002. The foundation of modern macroeconomics. New York: Oxford University Press.

Mankiw, N. G. 2010. Macroeconomics. Worth Publishers, 7th Edition.



Snowdown, B, Vane, H & Wynarczyk, P. 1994. A Modern guide to macroeconomics: an introduction to competing school of thought. Cheltenham : Edward Elgar.


1= Pengetahuan, 2=Kefahaman, 3=Aplikasi, 4=Analisis, 5=Sintesis, 6=Penilaian



Notional Credit Hour Estimation

(Independent Hour)/(Contact Hour)

 

Kuliah

3










 

 

Pembentangan

1










 

 

Projek

1










 

 
















 

 

Course Credit

4










 

 
















 

 

Notional Credit Hour Estimation

 

 

 

 

Remarks : 40 learning hour per semester is equivalent to 1 notional credit hour

(Independent Hour)/(Contact Hour)

 


 













Kuliah

3

 













Tutorial & PBL

2

Minggu

Tajuk

Kuliah

Pembentangan

Projek

Pembelajaran bebas

Jum jam pembelajaran

1

Introduction


1

0

0

4

5

2

Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply and Business Cycles

3

1

3

5

12

3

Inflation, Unemployment and Monetary Rules

3

1

3

5

12

4

Labor Market and Supply-Side Policies


3

1

3

5

12

5

Monetary Policy


3

1

3

5

12

6

Fiscal policy


3

1

3

5

12

7

Consumption and Investment


3

1

3

5

12

8

Money and Finance


3

1

3

5

12

9

The Open Economy in the Short Run


3

1

3

5

12

10

Inflation and Unemployment in the Open Economy


3

1

3

5

12

11

Shocks and Policy Responses in the Open Economy


3

1

3

5

12

12

Interdependent Economies


3

1

3

5

12

13

Exogenous Growth Theory


3

1

3

5

12

14

Endogenous and Schumpeterian Growth


3

1

3

5

12

 Total Learning Hour in 1 Semester

40

13

39

69

161

 Required Notional Learning Hour










160

 Notional Credit Hour

 

 

 

 

4.025






























Guidelines for Assignments
There are two types of assignments;

(1) Group presentation and report, and

(2) Individual essay (for PhD students only).

1. Group Presentation (10%): Presentation (5%), Report (5%)
You have to set up a group consisting of not more than 3 persons per group. Your group should then decide/select a topic (from Topic 2-Topic 14 of the course contents) to be discussed and presented. You and your group members have to specifically choose a specific subject matter of the topic selected. Your presentation should include discussion of some theoretical aspects of the topic and the related data/ empirical findings that support them.
Group presentation will begin after mid-semester break (weeks 8). The due date for submitting the full essay is before the final exam of the course. Please make sure the final essay is not more than 15 pages using 1.5 spacing (Times New Roman).


2. Individual Essay (10%): For PhD students only
You have to compare, criticize and synthesize at least two recent articles (from journal) related to any topic in the course contents. The articles/journal should be from the ones that are indexed in ISI/SSCI (economics). Please refer to the library website for the detailed information. You can choose either the theoretical or empirical articles or combination of them.
In writing the essay, you should discuss (compare, criticize and synthesize) the following:
(a) Motivation/research question

(b) Research design/theoretical framework

(c) Estimations results/calibration

(d) Summary and conclusion



(e) Comments or suggestions
The due date for submitting the final essay is before the final exam of the course. Also, please make sure the final essay is not more than 15 pages using 1.5 spacing (Times New Roman).

All the best and good luck.
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