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Code Course Title Credit Learning Time Division Degree Grade Note Language Availability
COV7001 Academic Writing and Research Ethics 1 1 2 Major Master/Doctor SKKU Institute for Convergence Korean Yes
1) Learn the basic structure of academic paper writing, and obtain the ability to compose academic paper writing. 2) Learn the skills to express scientific data in English and to be able to sumit research paper in the international journals. 3) Learn research ethics in conducting science and writing academic papers.
ECO4007 Empirical Strategies in Applied Microeconomics 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master 1-4 Economics Korean Yes
This course introduces students to a range of empirical identification strategies used to evaluate impacts of policy interventions in applied microeconomics. The goal of this course is three fold, to enable students (1) to understand commonly used empirical strategies and econometric techniques on impact evaluation and policy analysis, such as instrumental variables estimation, difference in differences, panel data methods, matching estimators, and regression discontinuity design; (2) to assess the appropriateness of different techniques for applied microeconomic examples, particularly in development economics, urban and regional economics; and (3) to familiarize with how to use STATA to conduct empirical work using these techniques.
ECO5022 Labor Economics Ⅰ 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Economics Korean Yes
Though the basic theory of labor economics, we can understand the analysis of existent labor issue (ex, labor transfer, occupational choice, unemployment, wage differentials, discrimination and productivity human capital theory, etc.). And we can deepen our understanding of setting of model and approaching methods of labor economics as well.
ECO5042 Industrial Organization Ⅰ 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Economics Korean Yes
The course provides a graduate level introduction to Industrial Organization. It is designed to provide a broad introduction to topics and industries that current researchers are studying as well as to expose students to a wide variety of techniques. It will start the process of preparing economics Ph.D. students to conduct thesis research in the area, and may also be of interest to doctoral students working in other areas of economics and related fields. The course integrates theoretical models and empirical studies.The course presumes that students have a familiarity with micro theory, basic game theory and some econometrics.
ECO5046 Mathematical Economics 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Economics - No
This course is intended to familiarize students with mathematics used in economics. Students learn how to solve various optimization problems. They also learn the basics of game theory: how to set up games and solution concepts for static and dynamic games of complete information.
ECO5068 Money and Banking Ⅰ 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Economics - No
This lecture focuses on major theoritical models for the most important topics in monetary and financial economics. It provides a more in-depth treatment of money demand, inflation, and monetary policy topics than is customary in undergraduate money and banking lectures. It also deals with capital asset pricing models including the portfolio theory and financial crisis theories.
ECO5120 Theory and Applications of Market Design 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Economics English Yes
This course studies the theory of market and mechanism design, with a focus on how economic agents' incentives and behaviors are affected by market rules and how desirable outcomes can be achieved by designing market rules. The topics covered include matching markets (students to classes or schools, medical residents to hospitals, kidneys to recipients) and assignment problems (gift allocation, office allocation, dormitory assignment, course allocation), designing auctions, housing markets, financial market design, and information design.
ECO5122 Machine Learning for Economic Data Analysis 3 6 Major Master/Doctor Economics Korean Yes
This course covers the analysis and prediction of economic time series using big data. Specifically, it explores the methods of analyzing and predicting economic time series and big data through fundamental machine learning techniques. The course is divided into two parts: the economic time series part and the machine learning part. In the first part, we will cover basic theories related to economic time series. The second part, focused on machine learning, includes fundamental theories and computer practical sessions to apply these concepts.
ECO7001 Mathematical Statistics 3 6 Major Bachelor/Master/Doctor 3-4
Economics Korean Yes
This course covers probability theory, random variables and their distributions, estimation of parameters, and testing statistical hypotheses. The course also introduces students to large sample theory. Other topics covered include regression analysis and asymptotic properties of estimates.
GFP5001 Economic philosophy and institutional economics 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 - No
The course of “economic philosophy and institutional economics” is designed not only to see a real connection between economic realities, and economic thought or philosophy, but also to examine how institutions affect the behavior of economic agents, and how cultural values, norms, and beliefs determine economic performance. From the perspective of the philosophy and history of economics, this course first addresses the institutional and historical approaches in Adam Smith, the German historical school together with mercantilism, and American institutionalism. Finally, major topics in this course deal with the emergence and development of new institutional approaches after Ronald Coase in the 20th century. This course ultimately aims to enhance the theoretical capabilities in historical perspectives to help solve modern economic problems.
GFP5002 Monetary policy and international economics 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 - No
This course covers topics in monetary policy and international economics. The first part seeks to develop analytical frameworks useful in understanding monetary policy, and then the second part develops analytical frameworks to study issues in open economy macroeconomics. The first part begins by showing that adding money to the standard real business cycle model is not sufficient to capture the empirical regularities about the effects of monetary policy on output. This step provides the key motivation to develop a workhorse model (three-equation New Keynesian model) for monetary policy and analyze its core properties. We then study optimal monetary policy. In the second part, we will study issues related to exchange rates, capital flows, and policy spillovers across countries. The emphasis will be on the interdependent nature of these issues in a globalized world. On each question, we will document the facts, introduce the benchmark theoretical models, such as a small open economy model and a two-country model, to help structure our thinking, present the relevant empirical evidence, and discuss the policy implications.
GFP5003 Macroeconomic Theory 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 Korean Yes
This is a graduate course in advanced macroeconomics. It will build on the material that is taught in intermediate courses in macroeconomics. This course introduces modern theory and practice of macroeconomics covering the central questions in macroeconomics including: What are the determinants of long-run economic growth? Why do economies regularly experience booms and recessions? Why is there unemployment? How does monetary and fiscal policy affects macroeconomic outcomes? For this purpose, this course deals with a variety of basic macroeconomic analysis of output, inflation, unemployment, and interest rates. A special emphasis is placed on macroeconomic theory with dynamic general equilibrium models. Conceptual analysis and formal modeling techniques are both emphasized. Mathematical tools for modern dynamic macroeconomic theories to business cycles, fiscal and monetary policy, economic growth, and unemployment are provided. Knowledge of calculus is required, and some familiarity with probability and differential equations would be helpful. The course is more about acquiring methodological and analytical skills than about empirical or policy applications. Nonetheless, it also helps students become familiar with retrieving and analyzing economic data and information.
GFP5004 Applied Macroeconomics and Data Analysis 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 - No
This is a graduate course in applied macroeconomics covering macroeconomic analysis as applied to public policy. This course focuses on development and understanding of several standard models of the macroeconomy. These models form the basic structure that underlies macroeconomic analysis in professional and public policy settings. The main purpose of this course is to develop a deep understanding of this framework and to evaluate how the models can be extended to address policy-relevant questions. This course introduces modern theory and practice of macroeconomics covering a variety of important questions in macroeconomics. Topics in applied macroeconomics include measuring the macroeconomy, economic growth models, cross-country differences in Income, the neoclassical theories, new Keynesian model, and monetary and fiscal policy in the new Keynesian Model. Mathematical and statistical techniques are both emphasized. Knowledge of college-level calculus and statistics is required as this course is more about empirical or policy applications. This course helps students become familiar with retrieving and analyzing economic data and information.
GFP5005 Exchange Rate and International Finance 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 - No
This is a graduate course in exchange rate and international finance focusing on the theory and practice of open-economy macroeconomics. It introduces the concepts and theories of exchange rates and balance of payments, followed by macroeconomic policies in an open economy. This course aims to provide students with in-depth knowledge of international financial markets, exchange rates and their determinants, balance of payments, international monetary experience, exchange rate crisis, and international monetary policies. Conceptual analysis and formal modeling techniques are both emphasized. Mathematical tools for canonical macroeconomic theories in open-economy setting are emphasized. Knowledge of calculus is required, and some familiarity with probability and differential equations would be helpful. Although the course is more about acquiring methodological and analytical skills than about empirical or policy applications, some empirical aspects of international economic data are regulary discussed.
GFP5006 Applied Econometrics 3 6 Major Master/Doctor 1-4 - No
This course is designed to familiarize students with essential econometric tools widely employed in applied research in economics and other social sciences. First, this course begins with a comprehensive review of basic probability and statistics, including the fundamental concept of hypothesis testing. This foundational knowledge forms the basis for subsequent discussions on econometric techniques. Next, multivariate linear regression analysis and models for limited dependent variables are explored in detail. Students will understand their importance in social science research and its role as a fundamental economic tool. The central theme of this course is understanding how to estimate causal effects while addressing challenges such as selection problems and simultaneity. Methodologies covered include instrumental variables estimation, panel data models (and the difference-in-differences method), and regression discontinuity design. Finally, students will delve into real-world applications by examining empirical research that utilizes econometric methods and research designs, covered in the course. Practical computer exercises, primarily using Stata, will involve replicating results in existing papers in economics and related fields.