Courses

Discipline wise list of courses offered

Economics

Course Number: HUL 211
Credit: 0.0
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Course Number: HSL514
Credit: 3.0
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The course aims to introduce the students to broad issues of development, particularly from an Indian or developing country context. The topics covered in the course relate to not only issues of economic development but also other hurdles faced by developing societies, which have deeper... Read more

Course Number: HSL818
Credit: 3.0
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The primary objective of this course is to provide an introduction to the study of labour markets with particular emphasis on India.

Course Number: HUL 213
Credit: 0.0
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Course Number: HSL711
Credit: 3.0
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This is a graduate course in development economics from macroeconomic perspective. The objective of the course will be to understand topics of interest in the intersection between development economics and applied macroeconomics. The course requires basic understanding of the workhorse models... Read more

Course Number: HSL713
Credit: 3.0
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This course aims to introduce advanced macroeconomic theory and policies. It deals with the main principles of the determination of real income, employment, price level and exchange rates. It provides an understanding of the contending macroeconomic theories, including the Classical, Keynesian... Read more

Course Number: HSL512
Credit: 4.0
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This course aims to introduce advanced macroeconomic theory and policies. It deals with the main principles of the determination of real income, employment, price level and exchange rates. It provides an understanding of the contending macroeconomic theories, including the Classical, Keynesian,... Read more

Course Number: HSL612
Credit: 4.0
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Primary objective of this course is to introduce students with the process of economic growth and the long run sources of differences in economic performances across nations. Emphasis will be placed on developing theoretical toolkit in understanding growth mechanics. It is intended that this... Read more

Course Number: HSL516
Credit: 4.0
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The aims of this course are to:
(i) equip students with understanding of the most important mathematical techniques used in modern economics;
(ii) illustrate the use of these techniques by applying them to various well-known economic models;
(iii) complement the postgraduate... Read more

Course Number: HUL 212
Credit: 0.0
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