18 July 2019
The contents of the Macroeconomics course cover the basic objectives of macroeconomics and an understanding about key macroeconomic indicators – gross national product, gross domestic product, and national income. Topics under discussion in this course include aggregate demand and supply, Keynesian and classic views on aggregate amounts, monetary and fiscal policies, unemployment and inflation, economic growth, and issues in international trade.
Marius Kuslys, Prof. Dr. Tadas Sarapovas
Undergraduate, Graduate Students
This is a course designated for students with knowledge in basic economics. Its objective is to develop theoretical knowledge and practical skills required for studying the overall economic structure of a country. Students will know how to analyze the most important macroeconomic phenomena, and the impact of governmental macroeconomic policies on participants in the economy. This course trains skills in comprehension and analysis of macroeconomics policies.
6 ECTS equals 36 academic contact hours in class and precoursework assignment of 12 academic hours.
EUR 1200: The fee consists of 920 EUR fee for administrative and hospitality services, including accommodation, lunch on weekdays as well as welcome and farewell receptions. 380 EUR fee is for tuition.
Registration Deadline: March 1, 2019
EUR 1550: Students may choose two courses within the program. Additional 6 ECTS course would cost 350 EUR on top of a 1200 EUR fee.