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Courses in Faculty of Economics:.



FACULTY OF ECONOMICS

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SN CODE TITLE DESCRIPTION CREDIT UNIT(S)
1. 300 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE
Include concept and technique in corporate finance and investment. Topics include the finance environment securities market, financial market, financial statement and analysis. Working capital management, capital budgeting, cost of capital dividend policy asset valuation, investment, decision making under uncertainty, mergers options and futures
3
2. 301 INTERMEDIATE MICRO ECONOMIC THEORY Includes contemporary theories of consumption, production, pricing and resource allocation. 3
3. 302 INTERMEDIATE MACROECONOMICS THEORY
Principles and theories of national income determination,analysis of savings, consumption ,investment and other aggregate in the national and international economy and relation to employment, inflation and stabilizations.
3
4. 305 DEVELOPMENT OF ECONOMIC THOUGHT
Include development of economic thought from the middle ages to the present; emphasis on major schools of thought including classical, Marxian neo classical, and Keynesian schools.
3
5. 306 THE REAL ESTATE PROCESS
Includes introductory survey course. Decision making processes for the manufacture marketing, management and financing of real estate space. Survey of institutional context, economics of urbanization, Historical pattern and structure of city growth, and public policy issues regarding urban environment and business management.
3
6. 310 STATISTICS MEASUREMENT IN ECONOMICS
Includes introduction of analysis of economic data. The techniques of descriptive statistical inference (Hypothesis testing and estimation) as directed toward application if economic research.
3
7. 311 INTERMEDIATE MICRO-ECONOMIC THEORY MATHEMATICAL TREATMENT
Include a mathematical approach to the theory of consumption, production, pricing and resource allocation.
3
8. 312 INTERMEDIATE MICRO –ECONOMIC THEORY MATHEMATICAL TREATMENT
Include a mathematical approach to the principles and theories of National income determination, analysis of savings, consumption, investment and other aggregate in the national and international economy and relation to employment, inflation and stabilizations.
3
9. 315 LABOUR PROBLEMS
Includes problems of labour with special regard to the group organization of labour and management, their irrelations and relations to government.
3
10. 320 INVESTMENT
Includes principles, issues and methods relating to the management of investment portfolios; investment needs of small institutional investors; investment risks associated with financial market condition and business cycle fluctuation.
3
11. 325 PUBLIC UTILITIES
Include development of public utilities in evolution of public utility concept and emerging role of regulation; regulatory and public policy issues with emphasis on the pricing utility services relation of environmental and conservation goals to economic objectives of public utility sector.
3
12. 330 MONEY AND BANKING
Includes Monetary economics; the role of money in the determination of output, Prices and interest rates commercial and central banking, monetary policy, the international monetary system.
3
13. 337 NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND ECONOMICS
Includes economic principles underlying utilization and conservation of land and natural resources
3
14. 343 ENVIROMENTAL ECONOMICS
Include micro economic principles underlying the use of natural resources such as air, water, forest ,fisheries, minerals and energy. These principles are applied in the examination of pollution control, preservation vs. development deforestation, and other environmental issues.
3
15. 352 ROLES OF GOVERNMENT IN THE ECONOMY
Includes government activities affecting context, emphasizing the structural factors responsible for patterns of inequality.
3
16. 464 INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND FINANCE
Include contemporary theory of international trade and finance development and applied to current problems in international economics relations.
3
17. 467 INTERNATIONAL COMPARISONS-INDUSTRIAL FIRMS AND INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION
Includes comparison of selected ways European countries. Japan, and the USSR with the United States, in terms of structures of management and labour force within individual companies and method of operation of firms in these different countries; Including labour relations, marketing and finance.
3
18. 468 INDUSTRIAL ORGANISATION AND INPERFECT COMPETETION
Include and over view of the theory of industrial organization including the study of oligopolistic behaviour, Monopolistic competition, product, differentiation and the dynamic behaviour of competitive industries under uncertainty.
3
19. 474 ECONOMIC PROBLEM OF DEVELOPING AREAS
Includes analysis aggregate growth, income distribution and poverty in-lower income economics. uses micro economic of imperfect of labour, capital and insurance market to explore why some individual advance economically at their economics grow and fall behind. Considers implications of aggregate and micro analysis for national and international economics policy.
3
20. 475 ECONOMICS OF GROWHT
Includes theoretical analysis of issues in growth and development. Model will be motivated by countries experiences. Topics includes; factors affecting saving, investment and cross country differential on per capita income; the rules of government institution, market regulation, technology and trade.
3
21. 477 AGRICULTURAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
Include composition, organization, and techniques of agricultural production; economic change and development of agriculture, economic policies special problems of developing African agriculture.
3
22. 478 URBAN TRANSPORT ECONOMICS DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA
Include economic issues involved in providing transport services and urban communities, Study of demand; alternative mean of supply; public and private financing problems; pricing and resource allocation; rules of local, state and federal government.
3
23. 501 INTRODUCTION TO DYNAMIC ECONOMICS
Includes interpretation of economics in terms of dynamic processes governed by their structure and institution, in contrast to the method of static economic theory. Draws of institutional, evolutionary, and social economics.
3
24. 502 ECONOMICS OF TRANSPORTATION
Includes of influence of transport cost and economic development, industrial location and market penetration; economics characteristics of careers; pricing policies and practices in transport; interrelationship of public policy issues and decision by suppliers and user of transportation.
3
25. 504 TRANSPORTATION IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Includes government promotion policies for transportation; evaluation of public investment in transportation; comparative analysis of rules of government in developed and developing countries
3
26. 508 WEALTH AND INCOME
Includes origin of in equality in income and wealth –bequest, human capitals, properties division, productivity, and demographic change. Primary focus on the united state, with some international comparison. Measurement of redistribution effected by social insurance, inflation, and task-transfer system. Empirical oriented towards policy analysis and measurement.
3
27. 521 GAME THEORY AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS
Includes the study of multi-agent, interactive decision problems with emphasis on questions of coordination, cooperation and conflict. application includes relations between countries, competition between firms, bargaining between unions and firms, and contest between political candidates.
3
28. 522 LAW AND ECONOMICS
Includes economic analysis and legal rules and institution with emphases on how different areas of law influence individual incentives. Specific topics includes;(1)Property (2)Contract(3)Torts(4)Legal procedures (5)Criminal law
3
29. 539 PUBLIC SECTOR BARGAINING
Includes major issues in public sector collecting bargaining, such as, appropriate scope of bargaining, right to strike, and dispute resolution procedures. Compares labour-management statutes and bargaining practices of teachers and other municipal, state and federal employees.
3
30. 548 THE ECONOMIC OF HEALTH CARE
Includes analysis of the health care industry. Market for hospital and physicians care market for health man power and the role of health insurance.
3
31. 552 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Includes comparative industrial relations in developing countries from institutional and historical perspective: the relevance of western experience; labour unions in the context of national economic development and world economy; personnel management; and the impact of foreign multinational companies.
3
32. 557 PUBLIC FINANCE IN LESS DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
Includes potentials and limitations fiscal policy as a development instrument in low-income countries; tax harmonization in economic integration; case studies tax reform; budgeting and planning.
3
33. 557 ECONOMIC OF GROWTH AND MASS STRUCTURE IN LOW INCOME COUNTRIES
Includes the analyzes the relationship between growth and the changes in land less, employment and class and house hold structures which developed growth’s welfare affects in temporary low income economies. Methodologically lore the interface between neoclassical economies and Marxian analysis.
3
34. 606 MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS II
Includes advanced mathematical topics and techniques used in economic analysis. Deterministic and Stochastic control theory emphasized.
3
35. 615 MICRO DATA COLLECTIONS METHODS IN ECONOMICS
Includes an introduction to the problems of collecting and using data and individual economic decision-makers research design, problems of sampling and analysis problems.
3
36. 663 POPULATION AND SOCIETY
Includes social and economic determinant and consequences of contemporary and historical population trends developed and developing societies. Fertility, morality, migration, population distribution age structure, population growth.
3
37. 664 ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL TRADE
Includes policies related to trade, tariffs, balance of payment, and aid programs with special emphasis on recent development and the role played by the United States.
3
38. 665 INTERNATIONAL TRADE POLICY
Includes international trade policies of the United State and other countries are studies in historical, institutional and analytical terms. Analysis of international agencies established to promote trade expansion, provide rules of good behaviour and settle trading dispute among countries.
3
39. 666 ADVANCE INTERNATIONAL FINANCE
Includes modern institutions history, and controversies of international financial relations. Foreign exchange market, the Euro-currency banking system and central bank intervention in both.
3
40. 703 MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS
Includes survey of mathematical techniques used in economic analysis. Linear algebra and optimization techniques are emphasized.
3
41. 709 ECONOMIC STATISTICS AND ECONOMETRICS
Includes probability distribution, statistical inference; multiple linear regression; introduction to econometric methods.
3
42. 711 ECONOMIC THEORY-MICROECONOMICS SEQUENCE
Includes first course in two semester sequence; theories of firms, consumer, and market; or partial and general equilibrium in market and centralized economies; topics in welfare economics
43. 712 ECONOMIC THEORY-MACRO ECONOMICS SEQUENCE
Include first course in two semester sequence; commodity money and labour markets their components and general equilibrium; inter temporal optimization and growth theory.
3
44. 715 ECONOMIC METHOD
Include statistical model and method relevant to estimation and testing of economic relationships.
3
45. 735 MONETARY AND FINANCIAL THEORY
Include advance appraisal of theory and institutions of the financial system monetary theory, the credit system and financial intermediaries.
3
46. MACRO ECONOMIC POLICY
Include theoretical, empirical, and institutional aspects of the use of monetary, fiscal, and income policies to affect inflation, employment, and other policy manuals
3
47. THEORY OF PUBLIC FINANCE AND FISCAL POLICY
Includes theoretical development of sections of government in a developed economy; welfare, criteria efficient government expenditures and taxation; nature public goods and of distribution activities of government. Program budgeting theoretical issues in cost-profit analysis.
3
48. THEORY OF PUBLIC FINANCE FISCAL POLICY
Includes balance of tax burdens and expenditures benefit on relatives income; effect of taxation on economic decision relating to the work effort investment and consumption analysis of the globalization, growth and debt engagement policies in the tax of the economy as ;problem in international.
3
49. TAXATION Includes theoretic, applied sciences. 3
50. PUBLIC EXPENDITURE AND THEOTORY ANALYSIS
Includes theoretic and issues in benefit-cost; government control of action through direct sample, education, safety and environmental.
3
51. 745 STATE,LOCAL AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL ECONOMICS Includes interrelationship of multi-level governments, economics of state and local public services. 3
52. 750 LABOUR ECONOMICS
Includes theoretical and empirical analysis of labour markets, labour mobility, the determination if earnings and employment, and labour supply of the household unit; emphasizes recent research on current issues in public policy.
3
53. 751 SURVEY OF INSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS OF LABOR ECONOMICS Includes labour theories and activities 3
54. 762 EMPERICAL ANALYSIS OF INDUSTRIAL ORG’ANISATION AND PUBLIC POLICY
Includes a study of measurement in industrial organisation and a survey of empirical tests of hypothesis in the field. The theory and practice of anti-trust is also covered. Each student will produce and original peace of research.
3
55. 805 ADVANCED MICRO ECONOMIC THEORY
Includes economic behaviour under uncertainty; measure of risk, information structure, stock market and asset pricing, insurance theory, asymmetric information and incentive mechanisms.
3
56. 836 APPLIED MACROECONOMETRIC ANALYSIS
Includes analysis of theoretical and implementational problems of conducting multi-instrument stabilization policy. Topics; political-economic interface, policy-oriented micro-models, and selected problems experienced in coordinating policy instrument in recent years.
3
57. 838 FINANCIAL MARKET AND INTERNATIONAL MACROECONOMICS
Examination of how financial factor affects aggregate economic activity. Particular attention is directed to implication of the increased integration of world financial market Institution.
3
58. 848 HEALTH ECONOMICS
Includes health economics issues including demand, supply and pricing market structure, medical malpractice, technological change, value of life, role of insurance, and other aspects of uncertainty.
3
59. 871 ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS
Includes General equilibrium algebraic and geometric modelling of open macro economies with balance trade, and economics of international exchange and determinants of the exchange rate
3

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