
Number 
Sect. 
Title, instructor 
Day, time 
Location 

ECO101H1F

Principles of Microeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Robert Gazzale
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TR25 
MB128

 


L5101

Robert Gazzale
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TR58 
MB128

 

ECO101H1S

Principles of Microeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Michael Ho
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T122,WR57 
SF1105

 

ECO102H1F

Principles of Macroeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Kieran Furlong
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TWR1012 
SF1105

 


L5101

Kieran Furlong
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TR69 
PB B250

 

ECO102H1S

Principles of Macroeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Michael Ho
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M24, WR79 
HS610

 

ECO200Y1Y

Microeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L5101

William G. Wolfson
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TR69 
LM161

 

ECO202Y1Y

Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
•
Calendar entry


L5101

Masoud Anjomshoa
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW69 
SS1087

 

ECO206Y1Y

Microeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Kripa Freitas
•
website
•
outline
•
David Elliott WalkerJones
•
Learning outcomes

TWR1012 
SS2117

 
 Explain the basic concepts of Microeconomics using math, graphs and clear English.
 Use the math tools with a high degree of proficiency
 Conduct wellstructured, logically consistent economic analysis and communicate their reasoning precisely in clear English.
 Problem solve using course concepts – i.e. when given a problem they have not seen before they should be able to setup a solution strategy, choose the appropriate tool, use it correctly and solve for the correct answer.
 Apply course concepts to a given real world situation– i.e. identify essential features, choose an appropriate framework, check if required assumptions hold and conduct analysis.
 Critically evaluate economic arguments – i.e. identify main arguments, identify and articulate how and why they depend on the assumptions made and explain how they would change when the assumptions are changed.

ECO208Y1Y

Macroeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Robert McKeown
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TWR46 
MP134

 

ECO209Y1Y

Macroeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Gustavo Indart
•
website
•
outline
•
Robert McKeown
•
Learning outcomes

TR101 
WW119

 

ECO220Y1Y

Quantitative Methods
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Victor Yu
•
Learning outcomes

TWRF111 
MP103

 


L0201

Victor Yu
•
Learning outcomes

TWR24, F13 
MP102

 

ECO313H1S

Environmental Economics and Policies
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Masoud Anjomshoa
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TR25 
SS1085

 

ECO316H1S

Applied Game Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Christopher Ryan Dobronyi
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TR123 
SS1073

 

ECO320H1S

Economic Analysis of Law
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Robert Barber
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW25 
SS2117

 

ECO333H1S

Urban Economics
•
Calendar entry


L5101

Peter Tomlinson
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TR69 
RW117

 

ECO349H1F

Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
•
Calendar entry


L0101

George Georgopoulos
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW25 
SS1069

 

ECO349H1S

Money, Banking, and Financial Markets
•
Calendar entry


L0101

George Georgopoulos
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW25 
SS1073

 

ECO358H1F

Financial Economics I
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Ata Mazaheri
•
Learning outcomes

WR25 
LM158

 

ECO359H1S

Financial Economics II
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Ata Mazaheri
•
Learning outcomes

WR25 
BA1240

 

ECO365H1F

International Monetary Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Michael Ho
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

WR912 
LM161

 

ECO375H1S

Applied Econometrics I
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Martin Burda
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MTW1012 
BA1210

 
 Specify multiple regression models to gain insight into economic questions and interpret results from the estimation of such models
 Use matrix algebra in analyzing theoretical properties of regression analysis
 Understand and mathematically prove the main properties of OLS estimators (including unbiasedness and consistency) and appreciate conditions (e.g., omitted variables) that may lead to failure of these properties
 Apply instrumental variables and twostage least squares estimation, understand the conditions for valid instruments, and use instrumental variables to estimate simultaneous equations models
 Use econometric software to analyze real data in regression analysis

ECO380H1F

Markets, Competition, and Strategy
•
Calendar entry


L0101

John McNeill
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TR14 
MS2172

 
 By the end of this course, students will be able to analyze the role of different market structures in shaping equilibrium market outcomes.
 By the end of this course, students will be able to utilize mathematical methods to evaluate the impact of changing the assumptions of an economic model.
 By the end of this course, students will be able to explain the motivation for and mathematically model anticompetitive behavior and modern competition policy.
 By the end of this course, students will be able to describe how market design can be used to solve coordination problems in matching markets and apply theoretical results to specific applications
 By the end of this course, students will be able to identify situations in which nonstandard consumer behavior incentivizes firms to strategically exploit boundedly rational consumers.

ECO401H1F

Topics in Economic Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Kory Kroft
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW123 
WO30

 

ECO407H1F

Competing Views in Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Gustavo Indart
•
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TR25 
WO30

 

ECO428H1F

Classical Economic Thought
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Kieran Furlong
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW25 
UC330

 

ECO504Y1Y

WIT TA
•
Calendar entry


L0101

Instructor TBA
•
Learning outcomes



 
