Al Eisenbarth’s Profile

Faculty
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Al Eisenbarth
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Department
Social Sciences, Human Services and Criminal Justice
Academic Program
Economics, A.A.

Courses

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1301 | Fall 2021

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1301 | Fall 2021

This course is intended primarily for those students who intend to pursue professional careers in fields such as economics, finance, management, and administration. It is also open to highly motivated students in other areas. Topics include: national income and national product; saving, consumption, investment, the multiplier theory, fiscal policy, inflation, employment and business cycles. The student will also be acquainted with money, banking, and central bank monetary policies, as well as some of the more significant theories of international trade and economic development.

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1602 | Fall 2021

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1602 | Fall 2021

This course is intended primarily for those students who intend to pursue professional careers in fields such as economics, finance, management, and administration. It is also open to highly motivated students in other areas. Topics include: national income and national product; saving, consumption, investment, the multiplier theory, fiscal policy, inflation, employment and business cycles. The student will also be acquainted with money, banking, and central bank monetary policies, as well as some of the more significant theories of international trade and economic development.

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1104 | Fall 2021

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1104 | Fall 2021

This course is intended primarily for those students who intend to pursue professional careers in fields such as economics, finance, management, and administration. It is also open to highly motivated students in other areas. Topics include: national income and national product; saving, consumption, investment, the multiplier theory, fiscal policy, inflation, employment and business cycles. The student will also be acquainted with money, banking, and central bank monetary policies, as well as some of the more significant theories of international trade and economic development.

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1605 | Fall 2020

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1605 | Fall 2020

This course is intended primarily for those students who intend to pursue professional careers in fields such as economics, finance, management, and administration. It is also open to highly motivated students in other areas. Topics include: national income and national product; saving, consumption, investment, the multiplier theory, fiscal policy, inflation, employment and business cycles. The student will also be acquainted with money, banking, and central bank monetary policies, as well as some of the more significant theories of international trade and economic development.

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1201 | Fall 2020

ECO 201 | Macroeconomics | Al Eisenbarth | Section 1201 | Fall 2020

This course is intended primarily for those students who intend to pursue professional careers in fields such as economics, finance, management, and administration. It is also open to highly motivated students in other areas. Topics include: national income and national product; saving, consumption, investment, the multiplier theory, fiscal policy, inflation, employment and business cycles. The student will also be acquainted with money, banking, and central bank monetary policies, as well as some of the more significant theories of international trade and economic development.

Communities

Open Pedagogy/Word Press Seminar | Summer 2020

Open Pedagogy/Word Press Seminar | Summer 2020

A virtual seminar for faculty who applied and were accepted to participate in June 2020.

Projects

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