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2012 - Spring

Hankamer School of Business (BU)

Economics (ECO)


ECO 1305
Survey of Economic Princ
1305   Survey of Economic Principles for Non-Business Majors  (Cross-listed as AMS 1305)        
   An introduction to basic economic principles and problems of contemporary society. Surveys the fundamentals of private enterprise and the economic role of government. Topics include competitive and monopolistic markets, income distribution, inflation, recession, monetary policy, and international trade. A student with credit in ECO 1305 may not earn credit in either ECO 2306 or 2307.
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ECO 1305
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ECO 1305
Survey of Economic Princ
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ECO 1380
Intr Eco Analysis/PolicyHONORS
1380   Introduction to Economic Analysis and Policy
Prerequisite(s): Admission in the University Scholars Program, Baylor Business Fellows Program, or Honors Program; or consent of department.
   The nature and outcomes of economic decision-making at the individual, market, and aggregate levels. Rooted in traditional neoclassical economics and augmented with insights from the literature on transactions costs and institutions. Special attention is paid to questions of morality underlying economic decision-making.
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
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ECO 2306
Princ of Microeconomics
2306   Principles of Microeconomics                                  TCCNS: ECON 2302
   Microeconomic analysis including the theories and applications of demand, production, industrial organization, international trade, and Christian ethics in economic decisions. A student with credit in ECO 1305 may not earn credit in ECO 2306.
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02Open432N/A12946MWF0125PM - 0215PMCASHN 3093Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
05Closed390N/A12950TR0200PM - 0315PMCASHN 3053Regular
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
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ECO 2306
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ECO 2306
Princ of Microeconomics
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ECO 2307
Princ of Macroeconomics
2307   Principles of Macroeconomics                                TCCNS: ECON 2301
Prerequisite(s): Minimum grade of C in ECO 2306 and cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
   A study of basic economic concepts, business organization, economic role of government, national income analysis, national income theory, money and banking, and the business cycle. A student with credit in ECO 1305 may not earn credit in ECO 2307.
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ECO 2307
Princ of Macroeconomics HONORS
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ECO 2307
Princ of Macroeconomics
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ECO 3305
Money & Banking
3305   Money and Banking                                          
Prerequisite(s): ECO 1305 or a minimum grade of C in ECO 2306 and 2307.
   A study of the structure and functioning of American financial institutions; the functioning of financial markets and the nature of security prices and interest rates; the basic concepts of bank management; the nature of money and the role of the central bank in its creation; the basic structure of the economy and the impact of monetary actions on this structure; and the basic tenets of Monetarism and modern Keynesian monetary theory. (Will not count toward a major in economics.)
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ECO 3306
Interm Microeconomic Analysis
3306   Intermediate Microeconomic Analysis                        
Prerequisite(s): ECO 1305 or a minimum grade of C in ECO 2306 and 2307; and MTH 1309 or MTH 1321; and junior standing.
   Designed to provide an intensive study of contemporary microeconomic theory. Topics include consumer demand; market structure; production theory; the nature and behavior of costs; the pricing and allocation of productive resources; and the distribution of income. Emphasis is given to the use of these tools in business decision making.
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ECO 3307
Interm Macroeconomic Analysis
3307   Intermediate Macroeconomic Analysis                        
Prerequisite(s): ECO 1305 or a minimum grade of C in ECO 2306 and 2307.
   Theories of long-term growth and short-term fluctuations in national economies, with emphasis on the macroeconomic implications of government policy. Topics include the national income accounting, long-run economic growth, unemployment, inflation, interest rates, exchange rates, international trade and investment, alternative theories of the business cycle, monetary policy, and fiscal policy.
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ECO 3308
Engineering Eco Analysis
3308   Engineering Economic Analysis                              
   Designed to provide an economic foundation for engineering decisions. The course stresses methods for making optimum choices among engineering alternatives. Topics include cash flow and present value analysis; break-even analysis; the impact of taxes and inflation on investment decisions; methods for assigning costs; the treatment of risk in decision making; and capital budgeting. (Will not count toward a major in economics.)
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ECO 3355
Eco Poverty & Discrimination
3355   Introduction to the Economics of Poverty and Discrimination  (Cross-listed as SOC 3355)
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing; not open to pre-business or business students.
   This course develops and applies basic economic concepts to questions of poverty, inequality, and discrimination in the United States, and to global poverty issues. Special attention will be paid to the contribution economic principles can make to understanding family structure, participation in the labor force, and gender and racial discrimination. Attention will also be paid to evaluating public policies designed to ameliorate poverty and discrimination, including social insurance, welfare programs, minimum and living wage laws, and equal opportunity policies. No previous knowledge of economics is necessary; all necessary economic principles will be developed in this class. (Will not count toward a major in economics.)
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ECO 4316
Industrial Organization
4316   Industrial Organization                                    
Prerequisite(s): ECO 3306; not open to pre-business students.
   Examines the economic organization of industry; a survey of major theoretical and applied issues in the field of industrial organization. Topics include theory of the firm, the welfare consequences of competition and market power, goals of the firm and market effects, collusion, mergers, price discrimination, product differentiation, predation, and public policy.
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ECO 4320
The Economics of Government
4320   The Economics of Government                                
Prerequisite(s): ECO 1305 or a minimum grade of C in ECO 2306 and 2307; and junior standing; not open to pre-business students.
   Sources of public revenues, problems of the revenue system, public expenditures and budgeting, and public borrowing.
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ECO 4334
Economic Development
4334   Economic Development  (Cross-listed as INB 4334)                                        
Prerequisite(s): ECO 1305 or a minimum grade of C in ECO 2306 and 2307; and junior standing; not open to pre-business students.
   Critical analysis of current explanations of economic growth and development, involving historical aspects, policies for achieving development in emerging countries, and conditions necessary for continued growth in advanced countries.
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012
For students studying in Maastricht, The Netherlands


ECO 4336
Economics of Labor
4336   Economics of Labor                                          
Prerequisite(s): ECO 3306; not open to pre-business students.
   Neoclassical approach to labor market analysis. Special attention is paid to the study of labor market phenomena from a microeconomic perspective, including the theory of wage rate determination, the concept of investment in human capital, the problems of race and sex discrimination, unemployment, and the impact of unionization on the structure of wages. Upon completion of this course a student will have a general working knowledge of the state of the art in labor market analysis and research.
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ECO 4338
Economic Systems of World
4338   Economic Systems of the World  (Cross-listed as AST 4338 and INB 4338)                          
Prerequisite(s): Junior standing; not open to pre-business students.
   An examination of the institutional structures and relative performance of representative capitalist and socialist economies of the world. Countries surveyed include the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Japan, the former Soviet Union, Hungary, China and Yugoslavia.
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ECO 4345
Math Analysis-Economics
4345   Mathematical Analysis in Economics                          
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in ECO 2306 and 2307; and MTH 1309 or MTH 1321; and junior standing; not open to pre-business students.
   Designed to acquaint the student with rudimentary mathematical techniques and their application to economic analysis.
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ECO 4347
Econometrics
4347   Econometrics                                                
Prerequisite(s): A minimum grade of C in ECO 2306, ECO 2307 and either QBA 2305, STA 1380, STA 2381, or STA 3381, and junior standing, or consent of instructor; not open to pre-business students.
   Elementary and advanced topics in the application of statistical methods to economic inquiry. Multiple regression, forecasting, advanced estimation processes and simultaneous equation techniques are emphasized. The detection and treatment of problem areas are also examined.
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ECO 4350
Eco of Hlth & Med Care
4350   Economics of Health and Medical Care  (Cross-listed as MH 4350)                        
Prerequisite(s): ECO 1305 or a minimum grade of C in ECO 2306 or consent of instructor; not open to pre-business students.
   Economic aspects of health and medical care: theory, empirical evidence, history, institutions, and public policy.
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ECO 4380
Eco Reasoning/Policy Analysis
4380   Economic Reasoning and Policy Analysis                      
Prerequisite(s): ECO 3306, 3307, and 4347 recommended; not open to pre-business students.
   An integrative capstone course for economics majors in which the technique of economic analysis are applied to a wide range of issues. Emphasis on the application of basic and advanced economic theoretical and empirical techniques to the analysis of issues relevant to the student's undergraduate degree program and career goals. Basic concepts emphasized throughout the course includes the effect of incentives on behavior, the role of markets as resource allocation mechanisms, and the use of optimization analysis as a standard for comparing outcomes.
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ECO 4V98
Economics of Information
4V98   Special Studies in Economics                                 1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Not open to pre-business students.
   With the consent of the chair of the Department of Economics, this course may be taken for one to six semester hours of credit.
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ECO 4V98
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ECO 4V98
The Japanese Economy
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ECO 4V98
Spec Studies in Economic
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ECO 5001
Research Seminar
5001   Research Seminar                                            
Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing.
   Presentation and discussion of current research in economics. Course will be graded pass/fail.
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ECO 5002
Research Seminar
5002   Research Seminar                                            
Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing.
   Presentation and discussion of current research in economics. Course will be graded pass/fail.
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ECO 5110
Key Global Eco/Strategic Issue
5110   Key Global Economic and Strategic Issues
Prerequisite(s): Admission to Executive MBA program.
   This course will enable the participant to see how economic analysis is applied to key global issues that affect management decisions at home and abroad. Questions related to globalization and interdependence among nations will be addressed.
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ECO 5115
Demand Analysis
5115   Demand Analysis                                            
Prerequisite(s): Admission to MBA program.
   Factors affecting the level of demand, methods of estimating the demand function, and methods of forecasting demand.
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Start Date: 02/13/2012; End Date: 03/21/2012
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Start Date: 02/13/2012; End Date: 03/21/2012


ECO 5116
Prod & Cost Analysis
5116   Production and Cost Analysis                                
Prerequisite(s): ECO 5115.
   How resources should be combined, how many units of output should be produced, and incremental analysis.
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Start Date: 03/26/2012; End Date: 04/25/2012


ECO 5117
Mkt Struct Analys & Estimation
5117   Market Structure Analysis and Estimation                    
Prerequisite(s): ECO 5116.
   How prices are determined under different market structures as well as how the firm deals with uncertainty.
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ECO 5310
Macroeconomic Analy Global Eco
5310   Macroeconomic Analysis in the Global Economy                
Prerequisite(s): Six semester hours of economics.
   A seminar to analyze national and global economic issues. Topics covered include differences in the standard of living across countries; relative rates of economic growth across countries; effects of the "new economy" and the telecommunications revolution; effects of exchange rate changes on  macroeconomic performance; fundamental causes of currency crises; implications of globalization for the effectiveness of macroeconomic stabilization policies; relative merits of fixed versus flexible exchange rates; and the links between international trade and economic growth.
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ECO 5320
The Economics Of Gov'T
5320   The Economics of Government                                
Prerequisite(s): Six semester hours of economics.
   Economic rationale and effect of various taxes, user pricing, and the role of government in the allocation of resources, stabilization of the economy, and redistribution of wealth.
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ECO 5330
Prob Areas-Internatl Eco
5330   Problem Areas in International Economics                    
Prerequisite(s): ECO 3305 and FIN 3310; or BUS 5902; or consent of instructor.
   World economy with particular emphasis upon emerging problems relating to the international monetary system, the trend toward economic regionalism, the growth of the less developed countries, and economic relations between private enterprise economies and state trading enterprises. Basic theories of international economics are developed as a framework for analysis of policy issues.
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ECO 5347
Econometrics
5347   Econometrics                                                
Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing.
   Empirical estimation of economic relationships; behavioral (consumers), technical (firms), and institutional. It teaches proper use of linear estimation techniques along with problem identification and solution.
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ECO 5350
Health Economics
5350   Health Economics  (Cross-listed as HPA 5350)                                            
Prerequisite(s): ECO 5115 or 5315; or consent of instructor.
   Application of economic principles to health care issues; examining economic efficiency in a variety of circumstances including the production and distribution of health services, health insurance, governmental programs, health care personnel and hospitals. Analysis of public in health and medical care from an economic perspective.
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ECO 5365
Investment Management
5365   Investment Management  (Cross-listed as FIN 5365)
   See FIN 5365 for course information.
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Start Date: 01/09/2012; End Date: 05/08/2012


ECO 5V98
Economics of Information
5V98   Special Studies in Economics                                  1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Nine semester hours of economics and consent of instructor.
   This course may be taken for one to six semester hours of credit.
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ECO 5V98
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ECO 5V99
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03Closed00N/A16996----- 1 - 6Independent Study
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