Spring 2023 Courses and Syllabi

Course Offerings for Spring 2023 & Previous Syllabi 

Below please find the syllabi from the professor who will teach the course in Spring 2023. These are not the official syllabi for Spring 2023.  Please keep in mind some of these syllabi are from the COVID semesters and describe an online learning environment.  Unless indicated on SIS, all classes will be offered in person..

If there isn't a syllabus available for a class from the professor teaching it, the syllabus from previous professors will be provided or a course description. These courses are marked with a “*”.

If a course is not listed on this webpage you should assume that we do not plan to offer it this fall. However, if there are any changes to what we offer this page will be updated immediately. Updates can be made to course offerings before course registration begins, so please check this site again before then. 

(Last updated November 2, 2022.)

ECON 1559 Pandemic Economics

ECON 2010 Principles of Economics: Microeconomics

Carter Doyle - Spring 2022 Syllabus

Tyler Ludwig - 

ECON 2020 Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics

Lee Coppock - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 3010 Intermediate Microeconomics

Prerequisites: ECON 2010 and CALC II (MATH 1220, MATH 1320, APMA 1110, MATH 2310, MATH 2315 or APMA 2120).

Marc Santugini - Spring 2022 Syllabus

Andrew Kloosterman - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 3020 Intermediate Macroeconomics

Prerequisites: ECON 2020 and ECON 3010 or 3110.

Maria Westerfield - Spring 2021 Syllabus

C Dylan McGee - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 3030 Money and Banking

Prerequisites: ECON 2020.

Carter Doyle - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 3559 Economics of the Art Market

Prerequisites: ECON 2010

Mark Thomas - 

ECON 3559 Economics of India

Prerequisites: ECON 2010 and ECON 2020

Sushma Shukla - 

ECON 3640 Economics of Africa

Prerequisistes: ECON 2010 and ECON 2020

Mark Plant - 

ECON 3720 Introduction to Econometrics

Prerequisites: STAT 2120 or STAT 3120 or APMA 3110 or APMA 3120.

Stefan Ruediger - Spring 2022 Syllabus

Ronald Michener - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4080 Law and Economics

Prerequisites: ECON 3010 or ECON 3110

Maria Westerfield - Spring 2021 Syllabus

ECON 4095 Dynamic Economics with Applications

Prerequisites: ECON 3010 or ECON 3110

Marc Santugini -  Summer 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4110 Competitive Strategy

Students can't enroll if previously taken ECON 4559 topic #18 Competitive Strategy

Michael Moore - Spring 2020 Syllabus

ECON 4170 The Economics of Risk, Uncertainty, and Information

Prerequisites: ECON 3010 or ECON 3110

Marc Santugini - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4190 Industrial Organization

Prerequisites: ECON 3010 or ECON 3110

Federico Ciliberto - Fall 2021 Syllabus

ECON 4200 Antitrust Policy

Prerequisites: ECON 2010

Anthony Swisher - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4210 International Trade: Theory & Policy

Prerequisite: 

Kerem Cosar - Fall 2021 Syllabus

ECON 4220 International Finance & Macroeconomics

Prerequisite: 

Eric Van Wincoop - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4230 Seminar on Trade and Development

John McLaren - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4310 Economics of the Public Sector

Prerequisite:  ECON 3010 or ECON 3110

Lee Lockwood - Fall 2019 Syllabus

ECON 4350 Corporate Finance

Prerequisite:  ECON 3010 or 3110, ECON 3030, and STAT 2120 or equivalent

Dylan McGee - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4360 Empirical Finance

Instructor permission - for students who have declared the financial economics concentration only

Steven Peterson - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4370 Behavioral Finance

Prerequisite:  ECON 3010 or 3110, 3030, and STAT 2120 or equivalent.

Edwin Burton - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4430 Environmental Economics

Sheetal Sekhri  - Spring 2022 Syllabus

ECON 4445 Policy Analysis

Prerequisites:  ECON 3720 or ECON 4720

Michael Moore - *Spring 2019 Syllabus (previous professor)

ECON 4559 A History of Risk Management

Prerequisite: ECON 3010 or 3110

Steven Peterson -Syllabus Sping 2023

ECON 4559 Virtual Tools in Economics

Instructor permission

Marc Santugini - 

ECON 4610 Economic Development

Prerequisites: ECON 2010 and ECON 3720 (or 4720 or STAT 3220 or equivalent). ECON 2020 and ECON 3010/3110 are helpful but not required.

Shan Aman-Rana - Spring 2021 Syllabus

ECON 4740 Introduction to Algorithimic Economics

Instructor permission, but students must have take ECON 3010 or ECON 3110 and ECON 3720 or ECON 4720

Denis Nekipelov - Draft Spring 2023 Syllabus

ECON 4880 Seminar in Policy Analysis

Instructor permission 

Lee Lockwood - Spring 2022 Syllabus