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Economics (Woods College) Courses (ADEC) Woods College of Advancing Studies


Subject Area Course # Course Title Semester Credit Hours Expand
ADEC 1131 Principles of Economics I/Microeconomics Fall 3
Course Description

Course introduces the market system. Topics include the household and the firm, supply and demand, price and output determination, resource allocation, and income distribution. Examines the role of government and alternative economic systems, the changes brought about as the economy moves from a physical to a digital market.


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ADEC 1132 Principles of Economics II/Macroeconomics Fall 3
Course Description

Course introduces national income determination and government policy. Topics include national income accounting, national income determination, employment, changes in supply and demand, uncertainties in a digital economy, money, interest rates, and inflation, fiscal and monetary policy, international trade, and business cycle.


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ADEC 1151 Statistics Fall 3
Course Description

Course equips students with the techniques of analysis and interpretation of quantitative data. Topics considered are descriptive statistics, basic probability, discrete and continuous probability distributions, sampling and estimation, testing statistical hypotheses, correlation and regression and analysis of variance. No calculus background required.


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ADEC 1345 Labor Relations and Human Resources Fall 4
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ADEC 1361 Monetary Theory and Policy Fall 3
Course Description

An applied analysis of the operation and behavior of the financial markets and financial institutions. Detailed analysis of the recent financial crisis and an evaluation of different remedies implemented by the Central Bank and the US Treasury along with daily volatile reaction of the financial markets will be presented. Other topics include money supply process and the role of the Federal Reserve in the conduct of monetary policy. In addition, an in depth analysis of the fixed income instruments and equities and their correlation with day to day decisions of the Central Bank.


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Prerequisites: Macroeconomics Theory

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ADEC 2210 Behavioral Economics: an Emerging Perspective Fall 4
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ADEC 2211 Intermediate Macroeconomics Spring 4
Course Description

Course presents a more in-depth and rigorous treatment of contemporary macroeconomics, as a journey spanning various milestones over the years and can be viewed as a natural successor to the Macro Principles course. Integrates economic theories and principles studied in class with current events and real-world examples to facilitate lively classroom discussions. Topics include introduction and measurement of macroeconomic data, inflation, unemployment, fundamentals of open economy, long run economic growth-theory and policy, theories of short run economic fluctuations (business cycles) namely; the IS-LM model (closed economy) and the Mundell-Fleming model (open economy), understanding the US monetary and financial system, and fiscal & monetary policy as stabilization tools.


Instructor(s): Rucha Bhate

Prerequisites: None

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ADEC 2500 Elementary Economic Statistics Spring 4
Course Description

This course equips students with the techniques of analysis and interpretation of quantitative data. Topics considered are descriptive statistics, basic probability, discrete and continuous probability distributions, sampling and estimation, testing statistical hypotheses, correlation and regression, and analysis of variance. No calculus background required.


Instructor(s): Marie Clote

Prerequisites: None

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ADEC 3201 Microeconomic Theory Fall 3
Course Description

Course develops a theoretical framework to analyze two basic units, the consumer and the producer. This analysis is then employed to investigate the determination of price and output in various market situations, the implications for welfare and the construct of general economic equilibrium.


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Prerequisites: Principles of Economics

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ADEC 3202 Macroeconomic Theory Fall 3
Course Description

Course analyzes national income determination and macroeconomic government policies. Emphasis on Keynesian theories of national product and its components, national income and employment, liquidity demand, and the money supply process. Looks at how the “new economy” impacts traditional economic theory.


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Prerequisites: Principles of Economics

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ADEC 3210 Behavioral Economics Fall 3
Course Description

Why do people often behave in ways that are clearly not in their best interest? Integrating an understanding of human behavior into the more traditional economic models offers a fuller explanation of how behavior influences seemingly rational choices and suggests ways to optimize decision making. Course explores impact of the current economic crisis, competition, procrastination, certainty/uncertainty, fairness, investments, emerging technologies, career flexibility, and divorce to explain outcomes and performance.


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Prerequisites: Principles of Economics

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ADEC 3340 Labor Economics Fall 3
Course Description

Applies basic tools of economic analysis to studies of labor markets, employment, wage inequality, income distribution, and government policies. Topics include supply and demand for labor, the influence of technology on markets, market structure, changes in capital markets, human capital theory, labor unions, employment and income policy, discrimination and affirmative action.


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Prerequisites: Microeconomics Theory or equivalent

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ADEC 3345 Labor Relations&Human Resources Fall 3
Course Description

Workplaces are dynamic and fluid environments that are impacted by internal and external forces. Course examines the economic, social, psychological and political factors that influence employee relations systems. Through case studies and role playing course examines basic rights under federal and state statutes, the negotiation and administration of collective bargaining agreements and the utilization of alternative dispute resolution methods to resolve conflict in the workplace.


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ADEC 3371 International Trade Fall 4
Course Description

This course introduces students to the leading questions in the field of international trade – such as, Why do countries trade? Who gains? Who loses out? The course explores the gains from trade, the impact of tariffs and non-tariff barriers to trade. The course also examines the justifications for trade protection, its effects on the economy, historical and contemporary U.S. trade policy and the economics of regional and multilateral trade agreements. Students can be concurrently enrolled in the Econometrics course.


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ADEC 3372 International Finance Fall 3
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ADEC 3394 Urban and Regional Economics Fall/Spring 4
Course Description

Course develops theoretical foundations, both classical and modern, for urban and regional analysis. Theories applied to traditional economic problems of spatial allocation and spatial distribution of economic activities (production, consumption, transportation, housing, and labor markets) and of demographic segments (population, income, age, race, and social class). Practical applications include alternative proposals to revive cities and urban areas, transportation and housing subsidies, employment programs and industrial relocation.


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: Principles of Economics; Microeconomics strongly advised

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ADEC 3500 Social Policy Analysis Spring 4
Course Description

This course introduces the role of social policy analysis in explaining the ideological, institutional and scientific foundations of the modern "social welfare state." The course covers social policy modeling, normative political theory and distributive theories of justice, rights, opportunities, equality, social equity and poverty. Theories are tested with applications in four major social policy areas: employment, health, housing and welfare.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Michael Rife

Prerequisites: None

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ADEC 3510 Mathematics for Economists Fall 4
Course Description

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Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: Calculus I

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Comments: This course is an upper-level Economics elective, and it also fulfills Calculus II requirement for MSAE. It does not count toward degree in MSAE.

ADEC 3515 Econometric Methods Fall 4
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Prerequisites: Must have successfully completed ADEC2500

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ADEC 4901 Readings and Research Summer 3
Course Description

In cases where existing courses do not meet the needs of a particular student, a readings and research course may be arranged with a specific faculty member.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Michael Rife

Prerequisites: None

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ADEC 5001 Labor Relations and Human Resources Fall 4
Course Description

Worksplaces are dynamic and fluid environments that are impacted by internal and external forces. This course examines the economic, social, psychological and political factors that influence employee relations systems. Through case studies and role playing, the course examines basic rights under federal and state statutes, the negotiation and administration of collective bargaining agreements, and the utilization of alternative dispute resolution methods to resolve conflict in the workplace.


Instructor(s): Richard Zaiger

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with: ADGR7729

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ADEC 5002 Behavioral Economics: Emerging Perspective Fall 4
Course Description

Why do people often behave in ways that are clearly not in their best interest? Integrating an understanding of human behavior into the more traditional economic models offers a fuller explanation of how behavior influences seemingly rational choices and suggests ways to optimize decision-making. This course explores the impact of the current economic crisis, competition, procrastination, certainty/uncertainty, investments, emerging technologies, career flexibility, obesity and divorce to explain outcomes and performance.


Instructor(s): Robert Anzenberger

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Principles of Economics

Cross listed with: ADGR7740

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ADEC 5310 Data Analysis Summer 3
Course Description

This course is designed to introduce students to the concepts and data-based tools of statistical analysis commonly employed in Applied Economics. In addition to learning the basics of statistical and data analysis, students will learn to use the statistical software package Stata to conduct various empirical analyses. Our focus will be on learning to do statistical analysis, not just on learning statistics. The ultimate goal of this course is to prepare students well for ADEC 7320.01, Econometrics.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): The Department

Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with: ADEC7310

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ADEC 5450 Private Sector Development and Economic Growth Fall 3
Course Description

The course will focus on the role of the private sector in achieving sustainable economic growth in developing countries. Core concepts and analytical frameworks will be introduced primarily from a practitioner’s perspective. Investment Fund Managers, World Bank Project Officers, and Incubator Management Teams will contribute to lectures providing students with an opportunity to deepen their knowledge and broaden their networks in the field of economic development. Topics will include entrepreneurship, SME development, and impact investing. The course will also analyze the role of government in supporting private sector development through investment climate reform and public-private dialogue.


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: None

Cross listed with: ADEC7450

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ADEC 7200 Applied Macroeconomic Theory Spring 3
Course Description

This course covers the theory and practice of macroeconomics. The course focuses on the underlying determinants of economic growth, unemployment and inflation by developing and assessing a variety of simple models. The course will also teach the skills needed for interpreting and using macroeconomic data to formulate macroeconomic policy. A central feature of the course includes understanding the ability and limitations of policy for stabilizing the business cycle and promoting long-term growth.


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ADEC 7201 Applied Microeconomic Theory Spring 3
Course Description

This course examines the basic models economists use to study the choices made by consumers, investors, firms, and government officials, and how these choices affect markets. The course focuses on both policy applications and business strategies. Topics include optimization, consumer choice, firm behavior, market structures, risk and uncertainty, and welfare economics.


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ADEC 7320 Econometrics Spring/Fall/Summer 3
Course Description

This course focuses on the application of statistical tools used to estimate economic relationships. The course begins with a discussion of the linear regression model, and examination of common problems encountered when applying this approach, including serial correlation, heteroscedasticity, and multicollinearity. Models with lagged variables are considered, as is estimation with instrumental variables, two-stage least squares, models with limited dependent variables, and basic time-series techniques.


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ADEC 7325 Macroeconometrics Fall 3
Course Description

This course focuses on the practical uses of time-series econometrics in a macroeconomic context. The topics covered include autoregressive-moving average processes, non-stationary time series models, unit root tests, vector autoregression models, and cointegration analysis.


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ADEC 7330 Health Care Economics Summer 3
Course Description

The purpose of this course is to demonstrate how economists think about and analyze health and medical care issues. The course emphasizes the distinction between health as an output and medical care as one input into the production of health. This distinction leads to a discussion of models of the production of health, the demand for health and the demand for medical care. Specific topics include the economic, social, and demographic factors determining the demand for medical care, the production and supply of various kinds of medical care services, the financing of medical care services and alternative systems of health care delivery and financing. The role of and economic justification for government involvement in the medical care system will be analyzed. The course includes in-depth analysis of the structure, conduct, and performance of the markets for private health insurance, physician services, hospital services, and pharmaceuticals.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Louis Esposito

Prerequisites: None

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ADEC 7340 Advanced Urban and Regional Economics Summer 3
Course Description

This is an advanced course in urban and regional economics. The field of urban and regional economics addresses a wide variety of questions and topics. At the most general level, the field introduces space into economic models and studies the location of economic activity. The course will use microeconomic models to address general and interesting questions about the existence and emergence of cities: why do cities exist and why do some grow more rapidly? Why do people live in cities? How do firms and households decide where to locate within given metropolitan areas? What determines the growth and size of a city? Which policies can modify the shape of a city? The course will also analyze the economic issues that arise because people and firms locate in cities. It will focus on many specific urban economic issues such as firm location, crime, transportation, housing, education, inner-city economic development and local government economics.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): The Department

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ADEC 7360 Financial Economics Summer 3
Course Description

This course teaches the practical application of finance theory to decisions made in industry. We will learn how individuals and firms choose investment portfolio decisions under uncertainty with a particular focus on topics such as the capital asset pricing model, market imperfections, borrowing constraints, market efficiency and security valuation. Understanding how interest rates, exchange rates, and risk work will aid your understanding of multiple firm problems such as why does a firm chooses a specific investment or place of manufacturing. In addition, studying term structures and discounted cash flows are important to understanding the decision to invest over time.


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: None

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ADEC 7370 Applied Stress Testing for Economists Fall 3
Course Description

Since the financial crisis of 2008, banks and bank holding companies in the United States have faced increased regulation. One of the recent changes to these regulations is known as the Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review (CCAR). At the core of these new regulations, specifically under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and the stress tests it mandates, are a series of “what-if” or “scenario analyses” requirements provided by the Federal Reserve. In this course we will examine these new regulations and build models which help to satisfy these requirements and will build both “bottom-up” and “top-down” models which incorporate external economic scenarios. We will also spend time with the creation of these scenarios. The final project will involve presenting results to experienced banking professionals. Experience with some statistical computing software is required (R, Stata or eViews). Pre-requisite: ADEC 731001 Data Analysis or department approval.


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: ADEC 731001 Data Analysis or department approval.

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ADEC 7380 Empirical Health Economics Fall 3
Course Description

At its root, the study of health economics is the study of market failure and of government failure. We will begin the course by studying the ways in which incentives facing players in the health care industry are different from those present in other industries. We will use economics to explore how firms in the health care sector should behave, given the sometimes perverse incentives they face. As the course progresses, our emphasis will shift: in small groups, students will complete and present a data-driven (or empirical) project investigating a question relevant to healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, and/or government regulators. Skills developed in this class will allow students to think critically about incentives present in health care settings, analyze various types of health care data, and present ways to improve the performance of different players in the health care industry.


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ADEC 7390 Empirical Money and Banking Summer 3
Course Description

This course focuses on a study of money, banking and financial markets with a clear emphasis on central banking and conduct of monetary policy. An in depth analysis of fixed income markets in addition to equities and other financial instruments in this course provides students with the opportunity to master intricacies of financial markets and investing in them. Additionally, the connection between movements in the financial markets and monetary policy is examined on a daily basis. An extended use of Bloomberg Professional LP in this course makes this very applied class particularly valuable to anyone interested in bridging the gap between the economic theory and practice. "


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: Applied Microeconomic Theory, Applied Macroeconomic Theory, Data Analysis, and Econometrics, or approval of Program Director

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ADEC 7410 Operations Research in Applied Economics Fall 3
Course Description

This course provides an introduction to the use of operations research methods in economics. For this purpose, the course starts with a brief review of the basics from microeconomic theory, calculus and linear algebra, which is followed by the conceptual foundations of economic modeling and the applications of optimization techniques on various economic problems. The course provides a very sound perspective on how to use operations research techniques in any kind of economic and managerial decision making, which has becoming an increasingly sought after skill. We will work on various problems, including portfolio management, resource management, environment and energy related regulations, etc.


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: ADEC7201 Applied Microeconomic Theory or approval of the instructor.

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Comments: Prerequisite: ADEC7201 Applied Microeconomic Theory or approval of the instructor.

ADEC 7420 Development Economics Spring 3
Course Description

This course examines global differences in the standard of living and economic growth. It also explores policies and programs that help in the alleviation of poverty, with emphasis on policies related to education, health, and foreign aid, etc. Focus of the course is on empirical examination of topics, evaluation of research designs, and interpretation of statistical/econometric evidence. Students can be concurrently enrolled in the Econometrics course.”


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: Intermediate Microeconomic Theory, Intermediate Macroeconomic Theory, Data Analysis, and Econometrics

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ADEC 7430 Big Data Econometrics Fall 3
Course Description

In this course we will examine how to merge the economics data analysis tools with the most common “big data” tools and methods. We will examine and gain hands-on experience with the terminology, technology and methodology behind the most common big data questions. The course will expose students to the most common analytical methodology used in “big data” analytics, that is, machine learning. We will apply our newly learned skills of supervised and unsupervised learning techniques to solve various problems with a real data set. Policy recommendations will be made to interested parties at the end of the course. No prior experience with R or Python is necessary.


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: Must have successfully completed ADEC731001 Data Analysis or obtain department approval.

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ADEC 7440 Risk Management Spring 3
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Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: Applied Microeconomic Theory, Applied Macroeconomic Theory, and Data Analysis

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ADEC 7460 Macroeconometrics/Forecasting Spring 3
Course Description

This course will expose students to the most popular forecasting techniques used in industry. We will cover time series data manipulation and feature creation, including working with transactional and hierarchical time series data as well as methods of evaluating forecasting models. We will cover basic univariate Smoothing and Decomposition methods of forecasting including Moving Averages, ARIMA, Holt-Winters, Unobserved Components Models and various filtering methods (Hodrick-Prescott, Kalman Filter). Time permitting, we will also extend our models to multivariate modeling options such as Vector Autoregressive Models (VAR). We will also discuss forecasting with hierarchical data and the unique challenges that hierarchical reconciliation creates. The course will use the R programming language though no prior experience with R is required.


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: Must have successfully completed ADEC7320

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ADEC 7500 Ethics, Economics and Public Policy Fall 3
Course Description

The focus of the course is to ascertain how public policy makers decide to either regulate or legislate how an industry/firm will operate in society. We will examine the process from three different vantage points: ethics, economics, and policy. the first part of the course will be spent examining the role (or lack thereof!) that ethical thinking plays in motivating public policy makers to take action. The second part of the course examines how economic pressure comes into play as policy makers try to establish bounds on an industry or a firm. Finally, we explore the role that social pressures such as the media and various interest groups play in influencing how public policy makers react to various issues that confront an industry or a firm.


Schedule: Periodically

Instructor(s): Richard McGowan

Prerequisites: None

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ADEC 7510 Law and Economics Fall 3
Course Description

The essence of Law and Economics is the study of how markets function. This class will begin with an analysis of the economics of firms and the interrelationship with markets. This will lead to a focus of the course on market regulation as to competition, innovation, pricing and other strategies. In particular, economic analysis germane to Antitrust law will be studied as well as Securities, Intellectual Property, and Environmental Law. The course will also delve into how applied economic thinking is useful from a regulatory perspective for a particular industry or two. Finally, the course will cover aspects of social regulation, including the classic concepts of law and economics pertaining to property rights. Students will learn the thought patterns, concepts and tools that both consulting economists and regulators rely upon. The professor will draw upon his rich career in these fields to structure the class in an active learning format to make the material engaging.


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ADEC 7520 Transfer Pricing Fall 3
Course Description

Transfer pricing involves the valuation of goods, services, and other assets exchanged between affiliated companies. Based on economic principles and governed by the U.S. tax code, international transfer pricing has continued to be a focal point for both multinational companies and tax authorities as a means to evaluate the allocation of income resulting from intercompany transactions conducted across borders. This course will include an introduction to basic tax and transfer pricing concepts, accounting and financial statement analysis, and an application of economic principles underlying transfer pricing analysis. Students will use real case studies and work in groups to consider the economics associated with conducting an international business, and apply transfer pricing methods to develop and support their analysis.


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ADEC 7530 Measuring Business Cycles, Trends and Growth Cycles Fall 3
Course Description

This course will focus on the measurement and analysis of business cycles with a special emphasis on business forecasting. Leading indicators are used as forecasting tools to predict when economies move from expansion to recessions and vice versa. Taking an applied empirical approach, we will cover data and tools used for analysis of short term conditions. While business cycle analysis is concerned with short-term fluctuations, understanding the long-term growth path of an economy is important to interpret short-term movements. Applications of trend estimation methods will also be covered. We will study cycles in developing economies which have experienced long periods of continuous growth. Our focus is on important economic indicators and a discussion of data issues such as price indexes, deflation, and seasonal adjustment. How can these indicators be applied and interpreted to understand short term trends in the economy? How can they assist in economic and business decision making?


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: ADEC7200 Applied Macroeconomic Theory and ADEC7310 Data Analysis, or permission of Program Director.

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ADEC 7820 Economics of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Spring 3
Course Description

Innovation and entrepreneurship have been the key drivers behind economic growth across developed economies and even more so in the U.S. However, innovations and entrepreneurism develop under a high degree of risk and uncertainty and, in most cases, rupture existing structural and traditional patterns and practices. Economic policies along with regulation set the incentives for innovation and entrepreneurship. Intellectual property rights and competition ensure that innovators receive a fertile and collaborative market structure to reach their potential.


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ADEC 7910 Software Tools for Data Analysis Fall 3
Course Description

The course provides students with an overview of popular software packages used today for data exploration, analysis and visualization. The first part of the course will offer an overview of the non-programming tools — spreadsheet/Excel and Tableau. In Excel we will cover basic method, tools, charts, with the emphasis on pivot tables. In Tableu students will be introduced to data collection, exploration and visualization methods. The second part of the course will provide an intro to using SQL databases, where students will learn how to create SQL queries to select, filter and arrange the data. The third part of the course will cover basic data analysis in statistical software packages Stata and R. Here students will learn how to write their own code for importing, cleaning and exploring large datasets, as well as how to create, modify and export complex charts and summaries for visual, qualitative and quantitative analysis of the data.


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ADEC 7920 Market Research and Analysis Fall 3
Course Description

Market research is the systematic gathering and interpretation of information and data using the statistical and analytical methods and techniques of the applied economics and statistics to gain insights or support decision making. This course provides you with the skills and tools needed to understand and evaluate market research. Market research and analysis involve developing research questions, collecting data, analyzing it and drawing inference, with a view to making better decisions. To this end, the course is organized into two basic parts: (1) Data collection and research design, and (2) Tools and applications of research and data analysis. The course will provide a framework for conducting research, knowledge to properly design research, techniques and tools to analyze data and infer insights, and practical information sources.


Schedule: Periodically

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Prerequisites: ADEC7310 Data Analysis, or permission of Program Director.

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ADEC 8880 Directed Practicum Summer 3
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