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Fall 2004
 

Graduate Program

 

 

 

UNC Graduate Economics Classes: Fall 2005**

Number  Course Name Instructor
Time
Days
200-001 Advanced Microeconomic Theory I Tauchen

2:00-3:15 pm 

MW
200-601 Recitation (Required) Petranka

 9:00-9:50 am 

F
202-001 Advanced Macroeconomic Theory I Froyen

12:00-1:45 pm 

TTh
202-601 Recitation (Required) Sekhposyan

11:00-11:50 am

F
210-001 Basic Quantitative Techniques 
(August 8-26, 2005)
Mezzetti

 2-5 pm

M-F 
248-001 Economic Regulation of Industry Biglaiser

9:00-10:15 am

MW
250-001 Health Economics Gilleskie

10:30-11:45 am

MW
271-001 Introduction to Econometric Theory Mroz

9:30-10:45 am

TTh
271-601 Recitation (Required) Robinson

11:00-11:50 am

F
273-001 Advanced Econometrics Renault

12:30-1:45 pm 

MW
273-601 Recitation (Required) Aguilar

8:00-8:50 am

F
281-001 Monetary Theory Froyen/Salemi

11:00-12:15 pm

TTh
291-001 Labor Economics I  Mroz

12:30-1:45 pm 

TTh
361-001 International/Monetary Seminar Conway/Salemi

11:00-12:15 pm

TTh
399-003 Special Topics in Empirical Finance Ghysels

4:00-7:00 pm

T
399-004 Continuous Time Finance Renault

TBA

 

**Please contact the instructor if you have a conflict with a class time.
It is sometimes possible to reschedule the small field classes.



Econ. 392, 393 (Masters) and 394 ( Doctoral Dissertation)
 Permission of Instructor Required.
Section numbers of Econ. 392, 393 and 394 are listed below.

001 Akin 093 Leukhina
063 Biglaiser 071 Mezzetti
053 Black 068 Mroz
061 Blau 021 Murphy
056 Conway 065 Parke
090 Campo 089 Parreiras
054 Darity 091 Renault
006 Field 069 Rhode
092 Francis 026 Rosefielde
  007 Froyen 038 Salemi
080 Gallant 036 Stewart
088 Geraghty 083 Strumpf
081 Gilleskie 040 Tauchen
086 Ghysels 031 Turchi
039 Guilkey 085 van der Klaauw
087 Wu

 

Last Edited: 7/5/2005