Economics

      
CodeSubjectCreditClassDescription
ECEU602002Economics Development3S1 Reg IEThe objective of this course is to equip students with basic concepts in economic development as well as their understanding about issues on development problems and policies. The course will be organized in three parts. The first part is theories which cover principles and concepts of economic development. Then, it followed by problems and policies both at domestic and international perspectives. These last two parts discuss major set of problems such as poverty and inequality, population growth, urbanization, environmental decay, agricultural transformation at domestic perspective. Lastly, there will be three discussion at international perspective on international trade and development strategy; balance of payment, debt management and macroeconomic stability; and foreign finance and aid controversies.
ECEU607102Regional Economics3S1 Reg IE
ECEU601002Economics Modelling3S1 Reg IEThis subject is aimed to help students to do economic analysis and to provide some alternatives of economic modeling which are proper to objectives and problems in economy. Economic modeling discusses utilization of several economic modeling and emphasizes basic mathematical modeling besides econometrics as an analytical tool. Taking this subject, students are expected to be able to apply the alternatives of economic modeling which is suitable with the objectives and economic problems in their final paper.
ECEU600203Introduction to Macroeconomics 23S1 Reg IEThis subject has a purpose to give preliminary and comprehensive picture about macroeconomics’ basic theory. This subject covers main topics: macroeconomics scope, circular flow, and its main indicators. Furthermore, it also covers real economic in long run, role of money and price in long run, macroeconomic concept in open economic and economic fluctuation in short run, including the macroeconomic complexities in the time of financial and economic crises.
ECEU600201Macroeconomics 13S1 Reg IEThis course aims to equip students with a more comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the relationship among various macroeconomic variables and how macroeconomic policies can be used to fine-tune the economy. The course will cover the interaction of goods market and financial market in the short-run, the addition of labor market to form the AS-AD model in the medium-run, the role of economic growth in the long-run, the role of exchange rates in the open economy and the role and the effectiveness of macroeconomic policies to fine-tune the economy. Throughout the entire course, students will be required to do small exercises using real macroeconomic data and information that they have to analyze.
ECEU601200Statistics for Economics and Business3S1 Reg IEStatistics for Economic and Business is an introduction to these widely used concepts intended to give the student a better understanding in data presentation and analysis as well as the probabilistic nature of events and how statistics can be used to conduct inferences regarding population. After completing this course, student will become proficient in summarizing and presenting data effectively, interpreting output of statistical software, analyzing basic probabilistic of events, making statistical inferences.
ECEU603200International Economics3KKIThe objective of this course is to equip students with the necessary knowledge and understanding about international economic relations and problems. The course will address theories and policies of international trade, globalisation, the international monetary system, the balance of payment, the foreign exchange market, the international institutions, and regional economic integration among countries. Another goal of the subject is to make students familiar with the latest developments in international trade theories and in international economic integration agreements
ECEU605101Public Finance3KKIThis course focuses on national income using the theories of Public Sector Economics in the real national situation. Generally, it discusses the public sector funding that gives negative impact as burden or DWL (deal weight loss) on society: individuals, households, and companies. The Public Sector Economics also analyze the government budgeting such as an income and and expenses. On the income side more elaboration on the source such as taxation, and other income. The more detail on the source of tax will tax place in the public finance studying. Whilst on the expenditure side, more elaboration will take place using the Indonesian Government Budget, Australian Government Budget and The U.S Government Budget.
ECEU601201Statistics for Economics and Business II3KKIThis is an intermediate course of statistics for economics and business that is designed for students that have successfully completed the prerequisite statistics for economics and business-1 (ECON 11200). This course presents experiences designed to assist the students in ways of understanding the results section of research articles, recognizing the appropriate use of statistics, critiquing a study's design, planning the design of his/her own studies, and analyzing data from their study.

The material covered in this course will go beyond descriptive statistics by expanding through inferential statistics. Also, qualitative statistical methods will be introduced.  Practice in class and at home will be integrated into this course.  The delivery approach will be more problematic solving, allowing everyone the opportunity to full immerse themselves into discussions and explanations.  This approach will closely simulate the environments and daily use of statistical information for business and economics.
ECEU603002International Financial Economics3KKIThe objective of this course is to equip students with the necessary knowledge and understanding about international economic relations and problems. The course will address theories and policies of international trade, globalisation, the international monetary system, the balance of payment, the foreign exchange market, the international institutions, and regional economic integration among countries. Another goal of the subject is to make students familiar with the latest developments in international trade theories and in international economic integration agreements.
ECEU600201Macroeconomics 13KKIThis course aims to equip students with a more comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the relationship among various macroeconomic variables and how macroeconomic policies can be used to fine-tune the economy. The course will cover the interaction of goods market and financial market in the short-run, the addition of labor market to form the AS-AD model in the medium-run, the role of economic growth in the long-run, the role of exchange rates in the open economy and the role and the effectiveness of macroeconomic policies to fine-tune the economy. Throughout the entire course, students will be required to do small exercises using real macroeconomic data and information that they have to analyze.
ECEU605100Public Sector Economics3KKIThis course is designed to give undergraduate students basic knowledge on the theories of public sector. It covers the issues of the role of public sector in economy, the role of government and private institutions in public goods provision, economic interactions between public and private sectors, and decisions on economic and public policy regarding the role and interactions in the economy. In general, this course will equip the students with basic knowledge and systemic thinking about the issues of problems, policies, and theories in Economics of Public Sector. Specifically, the students are expected to gain specified competencies during the course activities.
ECEU601302Econometrics Time Series3KKIThis course gives basic about economic modelling and empirical solution for economic problems. The topics covered are linear regression models with random regressors, method of moments and instrumental variables estimation; simultaneous equations models; models for time-series data; introduction to maximum likelihood estimation; models for discrete dependent variables and when time permit, models for panel data. This course will introduce you on testing empirical solution for economic problem with statistical theory and mathematical theorem. R Statistical software is used to carry out data analysis and estimation. The objectives of this course will help students develop economic theor,y and forecast and economic data based on the theory.
ECEU603101Advanced Monetary Economics3KKI
ECEU600101Microeconomics 13KKIThe subject provides deeper insights of the use of microeconomics in understanding the dynamics of modern market mechanism, managerial decision-making, and public policy. As a continuation of Introductory Microeconomics, the subject generally covers the same topics, such as market mechanism, consumer and producer theory, market structure, and market failure. Despite such similarity in topics coverage, Microeconomics utilizes mathematical approach more extensively while also incorporates the impact of time horizon on both managerial decision-making and public policy. The subject also covers topics related to modern world phenomenon, such as pricing by firms with market power, game theory, and competitive strategy. In addition, Microeconomics also explains how equilibrium in both the input and output market leads to general equilibrium.
ECEU602002Development Economics3KKIThe objective of this course is to equip students with basic concepts in economic development as well as their understanding about issues on development problems and policies. The course will be organized in three parts. The first part is theories which cover principles and concepts of economic development. Then, it followed by problems and policies both at domestic and international perspectives. These last two parts discuss major set of problems such as poverty and inequality, population growth, urbanization, environmental decay, agricultural transformation at domestic perspective. Lastly, there will be three discussion at international perspective on international trade and development strategy; balance of payment, debt management and macroeconomic stability; and foreign finance and aid controversies.
ECEU600102Microeconomics 2 3KKIIntroducing individual behaviors as a micro foundation that will form aggregate economic variables. This topic will be expanded with an open economy and economic growth. Some modern analyzes such as the formation of human capital, technological advances, and the role of institutions will be given to enrich the growth model.
ECEU602062Islamic Economics and Finance3KKIThis course aims to help students understanding the Islamic financial and monetary economics and to differ it from conventional financial and monetary system. This course covers Islamic financial aspects, for instance rationalization and the impacts of riba and gharar prohibition, Islamic funding alternatives, and current issues in Islamic finance and banking. This course also discusses the aspects of Islamic Monetary, such as money and inflation in Islam, the functions and roles of monetary policies in Islamic economics, and sharia monetary instrument based monetary management by the central bank.