Economics

NoCodeSubjectCreditClassDescription
1Advanced Monetary EconomicsEconomics Undergraduate International ProgramThis course discusses the financial system, demand for money, money supply, interest rates, monetary aspects of the foreign sector, foreign exchange rates, the problem of ‘currency substitution’, regional economic problems and globalization and their impact on the monetary aggregate and the national economy. The use of these theories in controlling economic stability, catching up with the rate of growth and realizing the targets of equity, especially in Indonesia
2ECEU601304Cross Section and Panel Data Econometrics (Reg)3Economics Undergraduate ProgramThe first part discusses the estimation of parameters in the regression equation with the limited dependent variable using cross-cut data. This section begins with an introduction to the maximum likelihood estimation method, binary choice response models, multi-choice response models (for no-order and with-order cases), and models with censored dependent and truncated dependent variables. ). The second section discusses the estimation method for an economic model with simultaneous equations using panel data and appropriate estimation techniques.
3ECON12002Development Economics3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThe 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.
4Economic Model (Reg)Economics Undergraduate ProgramThis course gives an overview of some of the quantitative methods and models that could serve the above purpose. It is a review class, intended to help students to formulate economic questions/issues using the relevant quantitative economic models.
5ECEU602005Economic System3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThis course will examine economic system by ideas (capitalism, socialism and religion-inspire), sectors (primary, manufacturing and finance/service) and cases (Anglo-Saxon, Continental Europe, Nordic, East Asia, China and India) to propose improvements to Indonesia economic system.
6ECON12002economics development (reg)3Economics Undergraduate ProgramThe 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
7ECEU606201Environmental Economics (Reg)3Economics Undergraduate ProgramThis course is one of four courses in the field of concentration in Natural Resources Economics and the Environment (Esdal), and is a deepening of the material and application of economic theory that has been taught previously, especially in the course Introduction to Environmental Economics and Natural Resources and Microeconomics.
8ECEU603200International Economics3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThe 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.
9ECON 13002International Financial Economics3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramTopics covered consist of: foreign exchange market, the theory and the system of foreign exchange rate, and macroeconomic models including trading and international investment aspects. The course also cover current issue related with international currency (US dollar versus non US Dollar).
10ECEU601301Introductory to Econometrics3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThis 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
11Intro to Economics 1Economics Undergraduate International Program
12Intro to Game Theory3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramGame Theory is a study about the interaction of economic agents in making optimal decisions based on actions and reactions between these economic agents. Many cases in the economy can be discussed using Game Theory, for example the actions and reactions of stock market players to announcements from monetary authorities, cournot’s model oligopoly, bertrand’s model oligopoly, electoral competition, stackelberg’s model of duopoly.
13ECEU600203Introductory to Macroeconomics3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThis 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.
14ECEU602062Islamic Economics and Finance3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThis 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.
15ECEU600202Macroeconomics 23Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThis course is a continuation of the Macroeconomics 1 course with the main topic introducing individual behaviors as a micro foundation that will form aggregate economic variables. This topic will be extended to an open economy and economic growth. Several modern analyzes such as the formation of human capital, technological advances, and the role of institutions will be given to enrich the growth model.
16ECEU601100Mathematics for Economics and Business3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThis course covers both concepts and techniques in mathematics that are relevant in economic fields. Topics such as linear model and matrix algebra, derivative, integral, and optimization will be discussed and practiced in a broad range of economic analysis frameworks.
17ECEU600101Microeconomics 13Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThe subject also introduce several frontier topics in microeconomics such as uncertainty, asymmetric information, sharing economy, neuro and psychology approach in economics, and big data to macro scope economic behavior.
18ECEU605101Public Finance3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThis 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.
19ECEU605100Public Sector Economics3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThis course 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.
20ECEU601200Statistics for Economics and Business I3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThe target of this course is that the students will be able to analyze data, and interpret computer output. In addition, they will learn how to make statistical inferences. The emphasis of the course will be on sampling distributions and confidence interval estimation, and on fundamentals of hypothesis testing.
21ECEU601201Statistics for Economics and Business II3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThis 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.
22ECEU601302Time Series Econometrics3Economics Undergraduate International ProgramThe objective of this course is to teach various advanced econometric methods for estimating and inference statistics on economic models with time series data. Topics to be discussed include specifications and estimation methods for econometric models with time series data which include Auto Regressive-Distributed Lagged Model (ARDL-Model), ARIMA, Mobile Seasonal Data, Concept of stationarity, unit root, and cointegration, VAR, VECM, S- VAR, and A-VECM.