Elective courses

The goal of the course is to present students with an overview of relevant research topics in international macroeconomics. To provide students with the tools to understand current research in the field, the course focuses on modelling techniques and solution methods.

Topics covered include: Small open economy models of inter-temporal trade, international business cycles, capital flows and reversals, exchange rate determination, sovereign default and monetary unions.

Uribe, M. and Schmitt-Grohé, S. (2017) Open Economy Macroeconomics, Princeton University Press.
Relevant chapters and additional material will be announced throughout the course.

Time & venue:
Mondays, 8:00-12:00; HU Berlin, Spandauer Str. 1, room 22

Written exam

More information can be found on Moodle.