
Number 
Section 

Title, instructor 
Day, time 
Location 

ECO101H1F

Principles of Microeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Robert Gazzale
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW3 
MS2158

 
 Use the basic analytical principles and tools of modern economics to understand and assess observed economic phenomena, contemporary economic problems and government economic policies.
 Explain how resources are allocated and income is distributed in a market economy.
 Describe and model the behaviour of economic agents, including households, firms and governments, and explain how these behaviours affect the determination of prices, quantities and welfare in individual markets for commodities and resources.


L0201


Robert Gazzale
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW4 
MS2158

 
 Use the basic analytical principles and tools of modern economics to understand and assess observed economic phenomena, contemporary economic problems and government economic policies.
 Explain how resources are allocated and income is distributed in a market economy.
 Describe and model the behaviour of economic agents, including households, firms and governments, and explain how these behaviours affect the determination of prices, quantities and welfare in individual markets for commodities and resources.


L0301


Kripa Freitas
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

F911 
MY150

 


L0401


Kripa Freitas
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

F122 
MS2158

 


L5101


Robert Gazzale
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW6 
MY150

 
 Use the basic analytical principles and tools of modern economics to understand and assess observed economic phenomena, contemporary economic problems and government economic policies.
 Explain how resources are allocated and income is distributed in a market economy.
 Describe and model the behaviour of economic agents, including households, firms and governments, and explain how these behaviours affect the determination of prices, quantities and welfare in individual markets for commodities and resources.


L5201


Robert Gazzale
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW7 
MY150

 
 Use the basic analytical principles and tools of modern economics to understand and assess observed economic phenomena, contemporary economic problems and government economic policies.
 Explain how resources are allocated and income is distributed in a market economy.
 Describe and model the behaviour of economic agents, including households, firms and governments, and explain how these behaviours affect the determination of prices, quantities and welfare in individual markets for commodities and resources.


L9901

(Async)

Abdollah Farhoodi
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes



 

ECO101H1S

Principles of Microeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kripa Freitas
•
Learning outcomes

T24 
OI G162

 


L0201


Kripa Freitas
•
Learning outcomes

T46 
OI G162

 

ECO102H1S

Principles of Macroeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Loren Brandt
•
Learning outcomes

MW10 
M OI G162, W MS2158

 


L0201


Loren Brandt
•
Learning outcomes

MW11 
BT101

 


L0301


Nathanael Vellekoop
•
Learning outcomes

MW12 
BT101

 


L0401


Nathanael Vellekoop
•
Learning outcomes

MW1 
BT101

 


L5101


Nathanael Vellekoop
•
Learning outcomes

M68 
MY150

 

ECO105Y1Y

Principles of Economics for NonSpecialists
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Avi J. Cohen
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes



 
 Understand the concept of economic equilibrium and its role in economistsâ€™ use of simple models to
approximate controlled experiments in the natural sciences.
 Proficiently apply the economic way of thinking to explain economic and noneconomic events using
simple models that focus on important variables while setting aside unnecessary complications.
 Distinguish positive from normative claims about economic events and policies.
 Appreciate the limitations of economic models for explaining economic and noneconomic events.
 Use cost/benefit analysis to identify the tradeoffs, including intended and unintended consequences,
of all choices.
 Explain the objectives, successes, and failures of government policies such as minimum wages,
rent controls, competition policy, environmental policy, trade policy, and tax and income redistribution policy.
 Find data measuring macroeconomic outcomes including GDP, economic growth, unemployment, inflation,
and understand the limitations of each measure.
 Describe the fundamental macroeconomic question of whether markets quickly selfadjust, and explain
both the handsoff and handson positions on the role of government fiscal and monetary policy.
 Come to an informed personal opinion about the appropriate role of government in macroeconomic policy.
 Write persuasive, informed opinion pieces about microeconomic and macroeconomic policy issues
for a general audience.


L0201


Avi J. Cohen
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes



 

ECO200Y1Y

Microeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Nazanin Khazra
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M911, W911 
AH400

 


L0201


Nazanin Khazra
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M122, W911 
SS2117

 


L0301


Nazanin Khazra
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M35, W911 
RW117

 


L0401


Brian Marein
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T35, W68 
WI 1016

 


L5101


Brian Marein
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T68, W68 
RW117

 

ECO202Y1Y

Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Masoud Anjomshoa
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M68, T35 
EM001

 


L0201


Masoud Anjomshoa
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M68, R1012 
LM162

 


L0301


Olga Denislamova
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T911, R911 
RW117

 


L0401


Olga Denislamova
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T122, R911 
SS2118

 


L5101


Masoud Anjomshoa
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M68, T68 
WI 1016

 

ECO204Y1Y

Microeconomic Theory and Applications (for Commerce)
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Patrick Blanchenay
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M111, W46 
M OI G162; W HS6101, PB B250

 
 Translate between plain English and economic terms and concepts: identify key information regardless of wording, and distinguish incorrect statements from correct ones.
 Use available information to select and apply an appropriate model in order to analyze a (potentially new) realworld situation, by using or modifying a model analyzed in class.
 Solve a specific model in a clear and rigorous way, using precise but concise statements and arguments to explain your steps of reasoning, and calculus whenever is necessary.
 Interpret the quantitative results of a model in plain English, as it relates to the question it was used to answer.
 Explain how the results of a model would have differed in a slightly different setting, or with different starting assumptions.
 Assess whether an economic statement is true or false by drawing from the course, and craft concise, clear and logically coherent written arguments in support of your assessment.


L0201


Patrick Blanchenay
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M24, W68 
MS3154

 
 Translate between plain English and economic terms and concepts: identify key information regardless of wording, and distinguish incorrect statements from correct ones.
 Use available information to select and apply an appropriate model in order to analyze a (potentially new) realworld situation, by using or modifying a model analyzed in class.
 Solve a specific model in a clear and rigorous way, using precise but concise statements and arguments to explain your steps of reasoning, and calculus whenever is necessary.
 Interpret the quantitative results of a model in plain English, as it relates to the question it was used to answer.
 Explain how the results of a model would have differed in a slightly different setting, or with different starting assumptions.
 Assess whether an economic statement is true or false by drawing from the course, and craft concise, clear and logically coherent written arguments in support of your assessment.


L0301


Patrick Blanchenay
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T911, W46 
SS2135

 
 Translate between plain English and economic terms and concepts: identify key information regardless of wording, and distinguish incorrect statements from correct ones.
 Use available information to select and apply an appropriate model in order to analyze a (potentially new) realworld situation, by using or modifying a model analyzed in class.
 Solve a specific model in a clear and rigorous way, using precise but concise statements and arguments to explain your steps of reasoning, and calculus whenever is necessary.
 Interpret the quantitative results of a model in plain English, as it relates to the question it was used to answer.
 Explain how the results of a model would have differed in a slightly different setting, or with different starting assumptions.
 Assess whether an economic statement is true or false by drawing from the course, and craft concise, clear and logically coherent written arguments in support of your assessment.


L0401


Patrick Blanchenay
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T122, W68 
SS2117

 
 Translate between plain English and economic terms and concepts: identify key information regardless of wording, and distinguish incorrect statements from correct ones.
 Use available information to select and apply an appropriate model in order to analyze a (potentially new) realworld situation, by using or modifying a model analyzed in class.
 Solve a specific model in a clear and rigorous way, using precise but concise statements and arguments to explain your steps of reasoning, and calculus whenever is necessary.
 Interpret the quantitative results of a model in plain English, as it relates to the question it was used to answer.
 Explain how the results of a model would have differed in a slightly different setting, or with different starting assumptions.
 Assess whether an economic statement is true or false by drawing from the course, and craft concise, clear and logically coherent written arguments in support of your assessment.


L0501


Patrick Blanchenay
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T24, W46 
SS2117

 
 Translate between plain English and economic terms and concepts: identify key information regardless of wording, and distinguish incorrect statements from correct ones.
 Use available information to select and apply an appropriate model in order to analyze a (potentially new) realworld situation, by using or modifying a model analyzed in class.
 Solve a specific model in a clear and rigorous way, using precise but concise statements and arguments to explain your steps of reasoning, and calculus whenever is necessary.
 Interpret the quantitative results of a model in plain English, as it relates to the question it was used to answer.
 Explain how the results of a model would have differed in a slightly different setting, or with different starting assumptions.
 Assess whether an economic statement is true or false by drawing from the course, and craft concise, clear and logically coherent written arguments in support of your assessment.

ECO206Y1Y

Microeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kripa Freitas
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R111, W911 
W UC140; RSS2135

 


L0201


Kripa Freitas
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R68, W911 
SS2135

 

ECO208Y1Y

Macroeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Murat Celik
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T46, R911 
OI2212

 
 Introduction to the main topics of interest in macroeconomics, such as economic growth, business cycles, and labour market frictions.
 Developing a theoretical foundation and familiarity with rigorous analytical models in order to prepare the students for more advanced treatments of macroeconomic questions.
 Learning the basic concepts in macroeconomics, such as gross domestic product, national income accounting, inflation and price indices, labour market metrics, and business cycle terminology.
 Understanding, constructing, and using macroeconomic models tailored towards particular questions in order to assess how government policies or macroeconomic events affect the agents in the economy, such as consumers and firms, in a general equilibrium setting.
 Learning how and why to use microfoundations (agent based modeling with rational expectations) to arrive at consistent aggregate economic implications, in line with the Lucas Critique.
 Understanding the difference between general equilibrium and partial equilibrium analyses; and thus the difference between micro and macroeconomic approaches to economic questions.


L5101


Murat Celik
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M68, R911 
M OI2201; R NF003

 
 Introduction to the main topics of interest in macroeconomics, such as economic growth, business cycles, and labour market frictions.
 Developing a theoretical foundation and familiarity with rigorous analytical models in order to prepare the students for more advanced treatments of macroeconomic questions.
 Learning the basic concepts in macroeconomics, such as gross domestic product, national income accounting, inflation and price indices, labour market metrics, and business cycle terminology.
 Understanding, constructing, and using macroeconomic models tailored towards particular questions in order to assess how government policies or macroeconomic events affect the agents in the economy, such as consumers and firms, in a general equilibrium setting.
 Learning how and why to use microfoundations (agent based modeling with rational expectations) to arrive at consistent aggregate economic implications, in line with the Lucas Critique.
 Understanding the difference between general equilibrium and partial equilibrium analyses; and thus the difference between micro and macroeconomic approaches to economic questions.

ECO209Y1Y

Macroeconomic Theory and Policy (for Commerce)
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Olga Denislamova
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W911, M911 
RW110

 


L0201


Olga Denislamova
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W35, M911 
BR200

 

ECO210H1F

Mathematical Methods for Economic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Martin J. Osborne
•
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W24, M46 
LA248

 

ECO220Y1Y

Introduction to Data Analysis and Applied Econometrics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Karen UgarteBravo
•
Learning outcomes

M111, R68 
AH400

 


L0201


Karen UgarteBravo
•
Learning outcomes

M35, R68 
Fall AH400, Winter BR200

 


L0301


Jennifer Murdock
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T911, F911 
MS2158

 


L0401


Jennifer Murdock
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T122, F911 
AH100

 


L0501


Jennifer Murdock
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W111, F911 
AH400

 


L5101


Karen UgarteBravo
•
Learning outcomes

M68, R68 
AH100

 

ECO225H1S

Data Tools for Economists
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Nazanin Khazra
•
Learning outcomes

W122, R46 
RW117

 


L0201


Nazanin Khazra
•
Learning outcomes

W35, R46 
UC140

 

ECO227Y1Y

Foundations of Econometrics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Ismael MourifiÃ©
•
outline
•
Instructor TBA
•
Learning outcomes

R24, F122 
Fall R SS1073, F SS2110; Winter SS2108

 

ECO231H1F

Economics of Global Trade
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Olga Denislamova
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R24, M122 
UC140

 

ECO232H1S

Global Macroeconomics and Policies
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Olga Denislamova
•
Learning outcomes

R24, M122 
UC140

 

ECO306H1S

American Economic History
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Shari Eli
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
OI 2214

 

ECO313H1F

Environmental Economics and Policies
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Masoud Anjomshoa
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R25 
LM162

 

ECO313H1S

Environmental Economics and Policies
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Masoud Anjomshoa
•
Learning outcomes

R25 
SS2117

 

ECO314H1F

Energy and the Environment
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Adonis Yatchew
•
Learning outcomes

M25 
GI

 

ECO316H1S

Applied Game Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Johannes Hoelzemann
•
Learning outcomes

M122, R46 
M MP203, R LM162

 


L0201


Johannes Hoelzemann
•
Learning outcomes

M57, R46 
KP108

 

ECO320H1F

Economic Analysis of Law
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Robert Barber
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M111, W13 
WI 1016

 


L0201


Robert Barber
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M111, R24 
RW110

 

ECO320H1S

Economic Analysis of Law
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Robert Barber
•
Learning outcomes

M111, W13 
RW110

 


L0201


Robert Barber
•
Learning outcomes

M111, R24 
NF003

 

ECO322H1S

Canadian Economic History, 18501960
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kieran Furlong
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R101, F10 
LA211

 

ECO324H1F

Economic Development
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Brian Marein
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W24, F11 
SS1073

 

ECO325H1S

Advanced Economic Theory  Macro
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Burhanettin Kuruscu
•
Learning outcomes

M14 
RW140

 


L0201


Burhanettin Kuruscu
•
Learning outcomes

M47 
RW140

 

ECO326H1F

Advanced Microeconomics  Game Theory
•
Calendar entry


L5101


Marcin PÄ™ski
•
Learning outcomes

M69 
WW126

 

ECO326H1S

Advanced Microeconomics  Game Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Marcin PÄ™ski
•
Learning outcomes

M101 
SS1073

 

ECO333H1F

Urban Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Abdollah Farhoodi
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R13, F1 
EM001

 


L0201


Abdollah Farhoodi
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R35, F2 
EM001

 

ECO333H1S

Urban Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Abdollah Farhoodi
•
Learning outcomes

W101 
BR200

 


L0201


Abdollah Farhoodi
•
Learning outcomes

W25 
BL205

 

ECO336H1F

Public Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Michael Smart
•
Learning outcomes

W101 
BR200

 

ECO339H1F

Labour Economics: Employment, Wages and Public Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Jeffrey Hicks
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M1012, F10 
SS2102

 
 The objective of this course is to use microeconomic theory and statistics to analyze how people and firms interact in the labour market. We apply these tools to analyze prominent labour market policies including minimum wages, childcare subsidies, and social assistance. At its conclusion, you should be familiar with the broad empirical facts of the Canadian labour market and understand the basic tools that economists use to evaluate policy.

ECO339H1S

Labour Economics: Employment, Wages and Public Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0201


Jeffrey Hicks
•
Learning outcomes

T1012, F2 
WI 1016

 

ECO340H1S

Labour Economics: The Distribution of Earnings
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Eva Vivalt
•
Learning outcomes

R1012, F10 
MP202

 

ECO341H1F

The Economic History of the 20th Century: Trade, Migration, Money and Finance before 1945
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Jon S. Cohen
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T1012, W1 
SS1071

 
 Gain an understanding of economic growth and fluctuations in Europe and North America between roughly 1870 and 1941.
 Gain an ability to use basic theoretical concepts to elucidate historical events.
 Gain an ability to draw on historical precedents to inform current economic debates.
 Gain an ability to evaluate empirical evidence.
 Develop an ability to conduct empirical research and to write up the results in a clear, concise, and coherent manner.

ECO342H1S

Twentieth Century Economic History: Institutions, Growth and Inequality
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kieran Furlong
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T101, F9 
T MY360, F SS1073

 

ECO349H1F

Money, Banking and Financial Markets
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Michelle Alexopoulos
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
RW110

 
 Increased familiarity with the workings of the Canadian banking sector, and financial markets, and how they promote economic efficiency
 Better understanding of the importance of wellfunctioning financial institutions and financial market on the functioning of the broader economy
 Advance your understanding of the role of the central bank and how monetary policy can influence growth and fluctuations in the economy, and affect the welfare of households and outcomes for the private sector
 Learn about the roles and functions of money
 Increased historical knowledge about global financial crises and great recession, and relevant lessons they provide for the future
 Improve competence in working with various economic and financial market data
 Increase competence in retrieving, analyzing, and interpreting the economic and financial news, reports, and data to provide/understand monetary policy recommendations
 Communicate effectively through written reports


L5101


Christopher D'Souza
•
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W69 
LM161

 
 Gain a better understanding of the Canadian banking sector, financial markets and their interaction with the broader economy
 Increase familiarity with how financial markets, such as bond and stock markets, operate, and learn how they may promote economic efficiency
 Advance your understanding of the role of the central bank and how monetary policy can influence growth and fluctuations in the economy
 Learn about the functions of money, why and how it promotes economic efficiency, and discover how its form has evolved over time
 Gain a better understanding of how changes in interest rates affect consumers, businesses, financial institutions, and the overall economy
 Understand how foreign exchange markets operate and why exchange rates are important, and the main factors that affect exchange rates in the long run
 Advance your understanding of how financial systems around the world contributed to the decadeold global financial crisis and great recession
 Improve competence working with economic and financial market data
 Apply course concepts to realworld and hypothetical economic shocks and conduct economic research and analysis
 Interpret the economic and finance literature and provide policy recommendations
 Communicate effectively through written reports, oral presentations and discussion

ECO349H1S

Money, Banking and Financial Markets
•
Calendar entry


L0101


George Georgopoulos
•
Learning outcomes

T68, M2 
LM161

 


L5101


Christopher D'Souza
•
Learning outcomes

R69 
RW117

 
 Gain a better understanding of the Canadian banking sector, financial markets and their interaction with the broader economy
 Increase familiarity with how financial markets, such as bond and stock markets, operate, and learn how they may promote economic efficiency
 Advance your understanding of the role of the central bank and how monetary policy can influence growth and fluctuations in the economy
 Learn about the functions of money, why and how it promotes economic efficiency, and discover how its form has evolved over time
 Gain a better understanding of how changes in interest rates affect consumers, businesses, financial institutions, and the overall economy
 Understand how foreign exchange markets operate and why exchange rates are important, and the main factors that affect exchange rates in the long run
 Advance your understanding of how financial systems around the world contributed to the decadeold global financial crisis and great recession
 Improve competence working with economic and financial market data
 Apply course concepts to realworld and hypothetical economic shocks and conduct economic research and analysis
 Interpret the economic and finance literature and provide policy recommendations
 Communicate effectively through written reports, oral presentations and discussion

ECO351H1F

Special Topics in Economics: Principles of Fair Decisions
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Gabriel Carroll
•
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W1012, F10 
OI 5170

 
 Recognize various kinds of situations that require judgments about distributive justice.
 Be acquainted with classic dilemmas in which different principles of distributive justice conflict.
 Develop the habit of approaching fairness questions by seeking to formulate principles to apply across a class of situations.
 Be familiar with the mathematical expression of fairness principles via the axiomatic approach.
 Be familiar with some of the classic solutions that economic theory has proposed for problems of distributive justice, and the arguments that justify them.

ECO351H1S

Special Topics in Economics: Principles of Fair Decisions
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Gabriel Carroll
•
Learning outcomes

W1012, F11 
VC115

 

ECO358H1F

Financial Economics I
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Nathanael Vellekoop
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T24, W5 
MP103

 


L0201


Nathanael Vellekoop
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T46, R12 
MP103

 


L0301


Nathanael Vellekoop
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M35, W12 
LM162

 

ECO359H1S

Financial Economics II: Corporate Finance
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Anton Tsoy
•
Learning outcomes

T101 
AH400

 


L0201


Anton Tsoy
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
LM162

 

ECO362H1S

Economic Growth
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Diego Restuccia
•
Learning outcomes

M25 
GB221

 

ECO364H1F

International Trade Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kevin Lim
•
Learning outcomes

R101 
AH400

 


L0201


Kevin Lim
•
Learning outcomes

R25 
AH400

 

ECO364H1S

International Trade Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Peter Morrow
•
Learning outcomes

M25 
AH100

 


L0201


Peter Morrow
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
SS2118

 

ECO365H1F

International Monetary Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


George Georgopoulos
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
SS2102

 


L5101


George Georgopoulos
•
Learning outcomes

W69 
SS2135

 

ECO365H1S

International Monetary Economics
•
Calendar entry


L5101


George Georgopoulos
•
Learning outcomes

W69 
SS2102

 

ECO367H1F

The Economics of Inequality
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Clementine Van Effenterre
•
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M24, F1 
SS1071

 

ECO367H1S

The Economics of Inequality
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Clementine Van Effenterre
•
Learning outcomes

M24, F11 
BL205

 

ECO368H1F

Economics of Conflict
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Paola Salardi
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W1012, F12 
UC161

 
 CONTENT:
 Define and categorize war/terror/conflict etc.
 Describe the assumptions and characteristics of the main economic models to
understand conflicts
 Identify the state of the art of the economics of conflict literature
 SKILLS:
 Select the sources of information and data on civil wars and political violence
 Generate a literature research on applied topics related to conflict and war
 Analyze quantitative data and explain how evidence gathered supports or refutes an
initial hypothesis
 Develop a critical approach to methods employed in the literature
 VALUES:
 Write effective critical reflections on topics related to civil wars and political violence
 Improve presentation skills and more broadly communication skills
 Work cooperatively in a small group environment
 Generate constructive criticism in a relaxed peerreviewed process
 Deal with emotionally challenging events

ECO369H1F

Health Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Michael Stepner
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T101 
WI 1016

 
 Apply economic frameworks to healthrelated decision making
 Recognize market failures and rationales for policy interventions
 Understand the value of insurance and the associated economic distortions
 Critically evaluate health insurance and health care policy proposals from an economic lens
 Write clearly and persuasively about health economics concepts

ECO369H1S

Health Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Karen UgarteBravo
•
Learning outcomes

W111, R24 
SS1071

 


L0201


Karen UgarteBravo
•
Learning outcomes

W24, R24 
LM161

 

ECO372H1F

Data Analysis and Applied Econometrics in Practice
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Gustavo Bobonis
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W101 
LM158

 


L0201


Gustavo Bobonis
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W25 
SS1071

 

ECO372H1S

Data Analysis and Applied Econometrics in Practice
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Courtney Ward
•
Learning outcomes

W1012, F911 
W SF1101, F LM161

 


L0201


Courtney Ward
•
Learning outcomes

W13, F911 
W OIG162, F LM159

 


L0301


Courtney Ward
•
Learning outcomes

R1012, F911 
R UC179, F LM159

 

ECO374H1S

Forecasting and Time Series Econometrics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Martin Burda
•
Learning outcomes

T1012, F1 
T WW126, F OI 2214

 


L0201


Martin Burda
•
Learning outcomes

R1012, F2 
SS1071

 

ECO375H1F

Applied Econometrics I
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Courtney Ward
•
Learning outcomes

R1012, F111 
R GB120, F SS2108

 


L0201


Courtney Ward
•
Learning outcomes

R13, F111 
R SS1071, F SS2117

 

ECO375H1S

Applied Econometrics I
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Yuanyuan Wan
•
Learning outcomes

R24, F12 
UC179

 

ECO380H1F

Markets, Competition, and Strategy
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L0101


Yao Luo
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T101 
OI2212

 


L0201


Yao Luo
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
SS2118

 

ECO380H1S

Markets, Competition, and Strategy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Yanyou Chen
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Learning outcomes

T101 
SS2102

 


L0201


Yanyou Chen
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
UC140

 

ECO401H1S

Topics in Economic Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kory Kroft
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Learning outcomes

W1012, F1 
UC152

 


L0201


Kory Kroft
•
Learning outcomes

W24, F12 
UC163

 

ECO402H1F

Topics in Health Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Courtney Ward
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Learning outcomes

M1012, T13 
M OI 5250; T WW126

 


L0201


Courtney Ward
•
Learning outcomes

M13, T13 
M OI 5250; T WW126

 

ECO403H1F

Topics in Development Economics and Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Eva Vivalt
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M112 
OI5170

 


L0201


Eva Vivalt
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M36 
SS2106

 

ECO407H1S

Competing Views in Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Nathanael Vellekoop
•
Learning outcomes

W36 
WW 121

 

ECO414H1S

Energy and Regulation
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Adonis Yatchew
•
Learning outcomes

M25 
SS1087

 

ECO421H1F

Macroeconomic Finance (with machine learning applications)
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Marlene Koffi
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W101 
BL114

 


L0201


Marlene Koffi
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W25 
UC163

 

ECO422H1S

Special Topics in Economics: Competition Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Instructor TBA
•
Learning outcomes

W912 
UC163

 

ECO422H1S

Special Topics in Economics: Health and Economic Inequality
•
Calendar entry


L0201


Michael Stepner
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Learning outcomes

R101 
WI 524

 


L0301


Michael Stepner
•
Learning outcomes

R25 
VC215

 

ECO426H1S

Market Design
•
Calendar entry


L0101


AnneKatrin Roesler
•
Learning outcomes

M101 
WW126

 

ECO428H1F

Classical Economic Thought
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kieran Furlong
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W101, F9 
UC244

 

ECO435H1F

The Economics of Modern China
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Loren Brandt
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
UC144

 

ECO438H1F

Topics in Behavioural Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Yoram Halevy
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M13, R68 
M SS1073; R SS2105

 

ECO439H1S

Empirical Methods in Microeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Gustavo Bobonis
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Learning outcomes

R111, F10 
RW142

 

ECO446H1S

Advanced Public Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Michael Smart
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Learning outcomes

T25 
UC144

 

ECO461H1S

The Economics of Financial Risk Management
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Ata Mazaheri
•
Learning outcomes

T912 
SS1085

 

ECO462H1F

Financial Econometrics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Christian Gourieroux
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Learning outcomes

R111 
MS3278

 

ECO466H1F

Empirical Macroeconomics and Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Martin Burda
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Angelo Melino
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T1012, R1012 
OI 3312

 

ECO475H1F

Applied Econometrics II
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Ismael MourifiÃ©
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R1012, F12 
UC152

 

ECO475H1S

Applied Econometrics II
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Yuanyuan Wan
•
Learning outcomes

R1012, F11 
TF200

 

ECO499H1Y

Honours Essay in Applied Microeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Aloysius Siow
•
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W912 
BL327

 
