
Number 
Section 

Title, instructor 
Day, time 
Location 

ECO101H1F

Principles of Microeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Michael Ho •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

TRF11 
TR MY 150; F OI G162

 


L0201


James E. Pesando •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MWF11 
BT 101

 


L0301


Kripa Freitas •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MWF12 
BT 101

 


L0401


Kripa Freitas •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MWF1 
BT 101

 


L0501


Michael Ho •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W69 
OI G162

 


L5101


Michael Ho •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M69 
MY 150

 

ECO101H1S

Principles of Microeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Nathanael Vellekoop •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

F1012 
BT 101

 


L0201


Nathanael Vellekoop •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

F122 
BT 101

 

ECO102H1F

Principles of Macroeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Gustavo Indart •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M13, F10 
BR 200

 

ECO102H1S

Principles of Macroeconomics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Nathanael Vellekoop •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW11 
MC 102

 


L0201


Loren Brandt •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW11 
BT 101

 


L0301


Loren Brandt •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW12 
BT 101

 


L0401


Nathanael Vellekoop •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MW1 
BT 101

 


L5101


Nathanael Vellekoop •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M68 
MY 150

 

ECO105Y1Y

Principles of Economics for NonSpecialists
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Avi J. Cohen •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M911; F11 
M MS 2158; F BR 200

 


L9901


Avi J. Cohen •
outline
•
Learning outcomes



 

ECO197H1F

Seminar on Classical Economic Thought
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kieran Furlong •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M1012 
UC 148

 

ECO198H1S

Seminar on Modern Economic Thought
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kieran Furlong •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M1012 
UC 148

 

ECO199H1F

Economics and Sustainable, Green Development
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Masoud Anjomshoa •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R1012 
BF 215

 

ECO199H1S

Economics and Sustainable, Green Development
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Masoud Anjomshoa •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R1012 
BF 215

 

ECO200Y1Y

Microeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


John McNeill •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M911, F122 Note: tutorial F122 
M WB 116; F OI G162

 


L0201


John McNeill •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M24, F122 
M HS 610; F OI G162

 


L5101


John McNeill •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W68, F122 
W PB B150; F OI G162

 

ECO202Y1Y

Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Masoud Anjomshoa •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T912 
LM 159, Wint LM 162

 


L0201


Joseph Steinberg •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W1012, F11 
WB 116

 
 Analyze equilibrium outcomes numerically, algebraically, and graphically
 Identify the determinants of longrun economic growth
 Explain how monetary and fiscal policy can be used to mitigate the effects of shortterm macroeconomic fluctuations
 Identify the components of a macroeconomic model and appreciate how models are used as lenses through which to view macroeconomic data
 Translate realworld situations into the mathematical language of macroeconomic theory
 Recognize the microeconomic foundations of macroeconomic theory


L0301


Christos Shiamptanis •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R911, F11 
R MC 102, Wint R MB 128; F KP 108

 


L5101


Masoud Anjomshoa •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M69 
MS 3153

 

ECO204Y1Y

Microeconomic Theory and Applications (for Commerce)
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Ajaz Hussain •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T1012, F111 
T AH 400, Wint T KP 108; F PB B150

 


L0201


Ajaz Hussain •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T13, F111 
T WB 116, Wint T BI 131; F PB B150

 


L0301


Ajaz Hussain •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W1012, F24 
W MP 103; F PB B150

 


L0401


Ajaz Hussain •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W13, F24 
W MP 202; F PB B150

 

ECO206Y1Y

Microeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L5101


Kripa Freitas •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W68, R1012 
SS 2118

 


L5201


Kripa Freitas •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W68, R24 
MP 202

 


L5301


Kripa Freitas •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

WR68 
SS 2102

 

ECO208Y1Y

Macroeconomic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Diego Restuccia •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T111, F24 
NL 6

 


L5101


Murat Celik •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

MT68 
UC 140

 
 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


Gustavo Indart •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T101 
BL 205

 


L0201


Gustavo Indart •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
RW 110

 

ECO210H1F

Mathematical Methods for Economic Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Martin J. Osborne •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R25 
BL 205

 

ECO220Y1Y

Introduction to Data Analysis and Applied Econometrics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Patrick Blanchenay •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M24, T46 
MP 102

 


L0201


Jennifer Murdock •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W111, F911 
SS 2117

 


L0301


Jennifer Murdock •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W24, F911 
MP 102

 


L0401


Jennifer Murdock •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T24, F911 
SS 2118

 


L0501


Patrick Blanchenay •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M111, T46 
SS 2117

 

ECO227Y1Y

Foundations of Econometrics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


JoonHwan Cho •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R24, F911 
R ES B149, Wint R ES B142; F ES B142

 

ECO230Y1Y

International Economic Institutions and Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Masoud Anjomshoa •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W122, F2 
RW 110

 

ECO306H1S

American Economic History
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Shari Eli •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R123 
SS 1072

 
 1) Depth and Breadth of Knowledge
(i) Using tools from econometrics and economics
(ii) Learning about current debates
 (2) Learning New Methods
(i) Introduce students to the use of econometric techniques including diffindiff, regression discontinuity and natural experiments and then evaluating these techniques
(ii) Learning how to choose different techniques depending on the issues faced
 (3) Writing Skills
(i) Explaining assumptions, hypotheses, evidence in essay form
 (4) Limitations of Research
(i) Cognizance of the ways that assumptions limit the possible conclusions that can be drawn
(ii) Identifying the limits of the data
(iii) Determining ways to establish causation versus correlation and acknowledging when itâ€™s not possible to make causal claims

ECO310H1F

Empirical Industrial Organization
•
Calendar entry


L0101


No instructors assigned
•
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M101 
LM 158

 
 Understand the main features of empirical models of demand, production function, price and quantity competition, and market entry.
 Know how to use market data to estimate the parameters of these empirical models, and interpret the economic implications of these estimations.
 Have enough programming experience using Stata and practical experience using actual market data such that the student can work in a research project in empirical IO.

ECO313H1S

Environmental Economics and Policies
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Masoud Anjomshoa •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R25 
WI 1016

 

ECO314H1F

Energy and the Environment
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Adonis Yatchew •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M25 
GI

 

ECO316H1F

Applied Game Theory
•
Calendar entry


L5101


Johannes Hoelzemann •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R58 
BA 1130

 

ECO316H1S

Applied Game Theory
•
Calendar entry


L5101


Johannes Hoelzemann •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R58 
BA 1160

 

ECO320H1F

Economic Analysis of Law
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Robert Barber •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M111, W13 
EM 001

 


L0201


Robert Barber •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M111, R24 
RW 110

 

ECO320H1S

Economic Analysis of Law
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Robert Barber •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M111, W13 
LM 162

 


L0201


Robert Barber •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M111, R24 
M WI 1016; R LM 161

 

ECO321H1F

Canadian Economic History prior to 1850
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Gillian C. Hamilton •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W24, F1 
BL 313

 

ECO322H1S

Canadian Economic History, 18501960
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kieran Furlong •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R101 
UC 161

 

ECO324H1F

Economic Development
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Arthur Blouin •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M24, F1012 
M MP 137; F ES B149

 

ECO325H1F

Advanced Economic Theory  Macro
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Burhanettin Kuruscu •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W112 
RW 140

 

ECO325H1S

Advanced Economic Theory  Macro
•
Calendar entry


L5101


Burhanettin Kuruscu •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R69 
RW 140

 

ECO326H1F

Advanced Microeconomics  Game Theory
•
Calendar entry


L5101


Marcin Pęski •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M69 
SS 1085

 
 Represent strategic situations as games. Demonstrate competence and understanding of simultaneous move games, extensive form games and games with incomplete information.
 Demonstante competence and understanding of basic solution concepts: dominance, equilibrium and subgame perfection.
 Discuss assumptions that underlie different approaches to solving the game. Use this knowledge to discuss the appropriateness of each of the solution concepts in a given strategic situation.

ECO326H1S

Advanced Microeconomics  Game Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Marcin Pęski •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M101 
SS 1085

 
 Represent strategic situations as games. Demonstrate competence and understanding of simultaneous move games, extensive form games and games with incomplete information.
 Demonstante competence and understanding of basic solution concepts: dominance, equilibrium and subgame perfection.
 Discuss assumptions that underlie different approaches to solving the game. Use this knowledge to discuss the appropriateness of each of the solution concepts in a given strategic situation.

ECO331H1F

Behavioural and Experimental Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


John McNeill •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T101 
SS 1085

 


L0201


John McNeill •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
SS 1085

 

ECO333H1F

Urban Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Jonathan Hall •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R13, F12 
MP 134

 


L0201


Jonathan Hall •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R35, F11 
MP 134

 

ECO334H1F

The Political Economy of Media
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Yosh Halberstam •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R14 
OI 2214

 

ECO334H1S

The Political Economy of Media
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Yosh Halberstam •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R14 
BL 313

 

ECO336H1F

Public Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Michael Smart •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T13, R12 
T WI 523; R UC 244

 

ECO337H1F

Public Economics (for Commerce)
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Michael Smart •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T1012, R1 
UC 52

 

ECO339H1F

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


L0101


Elizabeth Dhuey •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T1012, F2 
MP 134

 

ECO340H1S

Labour Economics: The Distribution of Earnings
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Dwayne Benjamin •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W46, F10 
MP 134

 

ECO341H1F

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


L0101


Jon S. Cohen •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T1012, W1 
LM 161

 
 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.
 Gain an ability to read, understand, and synthesize academic articles.
 one

ECO342H1S

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


L0101


Kieran Furlong •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T101 
UC 140

 

ECO349H1F

Money, Banking and Financial Markets
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Christopher D'Souza •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M1, R68 
MP 102

 
 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
 Gain a better 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
 Gain a better 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
 Communicate effectively in written work


L0201


Burhanettin Kuruscu •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W36 
RW 110

 

ECO349H1S

Money, Banking and Financial Markets
•
Calendar entry


L5101


Christopher D'Souza •
website
•
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T68, R12 
RW 117

 
 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
 Gain a better 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
 Gain a better 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
 Communicate effectively in written work

ECO352H1S

Special Topics in Economics: The Economics of Inequality
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Clementine Van Effenterre •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M1012, F122 
M SS 1069; F SS 2117

 
 Gain an understanding of how inequality varies across countries and evolves over the path of development;
 Gain an understanding of the theories that can explain the degree of economic inequalities and its
dynamic, as well as the underlying debates in economic thought pertaining to inequality;
 Develop a critical approach of the data and methods used to measure inequality;
 Learn how to use primary sources of individual and aggregate data and extract key statistics;
 Learn to apply econometric/statistical methods to describe, summarize, and estimate relationships between key labour market variables.
 Communicate effectively, especially in written work.


L0201


Clementine Van Effenterre •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M24, F122 
M SS 1085; F SS 2117

 
 Gain an understanding of how inequality varies across countries and evolves over the path of development;
 Gain an understanding of the theories that can explain the degree of economic inequalities and its
dynamic, as well as the underlying debates in economic thought pertaining to inequality;
 Develop a critical approach of the data and methods used to measure inequality;
 Learn how to use primary sources of individual and aggregate data and extract key statistics;
 Learn to apply econometric/statistical methods to describe, summarize, and estimate relationships between key labour market variables.
 Communicate effectively, especially in written work.

ECO358H1F

Financial Economics I
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Nathanael Vellekoop •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
LM 161

 
 Analyze portfolio decisions made by investors.
 Identify shortcomings in theory and practice.
 Derive models to price assets and derivatives.
 Analyze risk and returns of asset classes (equity, bonds, etc.).


L0301


Nathanael Vellekoop •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M36 
LM 162

 
 Analyze portfolio decisions made by investors.
 Identify shortcomings in theory and practice.
 Derive models to price assets and derivatives.
 Analyze risk and returns of asset classes (equity, bonds, etc.).


L5101


Nathanael Vellekoop •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T58 
LM 161

 
 Analyze portfolio decisions made by investors.
 Identify shortcomings in theory and practice.
 Derive models to price assets and derivatives.
 Analyze risk and returns of asset classes (equity, bonds, etc.).

ECO359H1S

Financial Economics II: Corporate Finance
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Anton Tsoy •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M101 
SS 2118

 


L0201


Anton Tsoy •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
SS 2102

 

ECO364H1F

International Trade Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kevin Lim •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R101 
AH 400

 
 Develop an understanding of the fundamental economic logic behind the gains from trade.
 Develop an understanding of the concept of comparative advantage, the determinants of comparative advantage, and how comparative advantage shapes trade patterns.
 Become familiar with the basic insights and predictions of the main neoclassical
models of international trade (the Ricardian, Specific Factors, and HeckscherOhlin models).
 Develop an understanding of how international trade matters for product variety and offshoring.
 Develop an understanding of the incentives for trade regulation, the potential costs of escalating trade wars, and the role of international trade organizations.


L0201


Kevin Lim •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R25 
PB B250

 
 Develop an understanding of the fundamental economic logic behind the gains from trade.
 Develop an understanding of the concept of comparative advantage, the determinants of comparative advantage, and how comparative advantage shapes trade patterns.
 Become familiar with the basic insights and predictions of the main neoclassical
models of international trade (the Ricardian, Specific Factors, and HeckscherOhlin models).
 Develop an understanding of how international trade matters for product variety and offshoring.
 Develop an understanding of the incentives for trade regulation, the potential costs of escalating trade wars, and the role of international trade organizations.

ECO364H1S

International Trade Theory
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Peter Morrow •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R101 
KP 108

 


L5101


Peter Morrow •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T69 
MC 102

 

ECO365H1F

International Monetary Economics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Jordi Mondria •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T101 
MS 3153

 


L0201


Jordi Mondria •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W101 
OI 2212

 

ECO365H1S

International Monetary Economics
•
Calendar entry


L5101


Michael Ho •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T69 
AH 400

 


L5201


Michael Ho •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W69 
KP 108

 

ECO368H1S

Economics of Conflict
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Paola Salardi •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W1012, F11 
W SS 1072; F UC 144

 
 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

ECO372H1F

Data Analysis and Applied Econometrics in Practice
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Patrick Blanchenay •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W101 
LM 158

 
 Understand the notion of causality, and its importance in empirical research.
 Identify five strategies that can be used to answer causal questions using data: random assignment, regressions, instrumental variables, differenceindifferences, and regression discontinuity design, and their associated regression specification.
 Clearly articulate each methodâ€™s requirements, typical use, and limitations, and know how to interpret their quantitative results.
 Read (wellwritten) abstracts of unfamiliar research papers and understand the research question and basic estimation strategy / econometric model used to answer it.
 Interpret and comment on tables of estimated coefficients from a wide range of econometric models, in various formats.
 Use your understanding of the methods to assess the validity and quality of empirical studies, including the ability to judge whether a method may or may not work in a specific research context.
 Articulate short wellcrafted arguments to answer specific questions regarding each of these methods.
 Reproduce key results of empirical papers using Stata.
 Apply these methods to actual datasets, using Stata programming language.


L0201


Patrick Blanchenay •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W25 
SS 1087

 
 Understand the notion of causality, and its importance in empirical research.
 Identify five strategies that can be used to answer causal questions using data: random assignment, regressions, instrumental variables, differenceindifferences, and regression discontinuity design, and their associated regression specification.
 Clearly articulate each methodâ€™s requirements, typical use, and limitations, and know how to interpret their quantitative results.
 Read (wellwritten) abstracts of unfamiliar research papers and understand the research question and basic estimation strategy / econometric model used to answer it.
 Interpret and comment on tables of estimated coefficients from a wide range of econometric models, in various formats.
 Use your understanding of the methods to assess the validity and quality of empirical studies, including the ability to judge whether a method may or may not work in a specific research context.
 Articulate short wellcrafted arguments to answer specific questions regarding each of these methods.
 Reproduce key results of empirical papers using Stata.
 Apply these methods to actual datasets, using Stata programming language.

ECO372H1S

Data Analysis and Applied Econometrics in Practice
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Patrick Blanchenay •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W101 
SS 1069

 
 Understand the notion of causality, and its importance in empirical research.
 Identify five strategies that can be used to answer causal questions using data: random assignment, regressions, instrumental variables, differenceindifferences, and regression discontinuity design, and their associated regression specification.
 Clearly articulate each methodâ€™s requirements, typical use, and limitations, and know how to interpret their quantitative results.
 Read (wellwritten) abstracts of unfamiliar research papers and understand the research question and basic estimation strategy / econometric model used to answer it.
 Interpret and comment on tables of estimated coefficients from a wide range of econometric models, in various formats.
 Use your understanding of the methods to assess the validity and quality of empirical studies, including the ability to judge whether a method may or may not work in a specific research context.
 Articulate short wellcrafted arguments to answer specific questions regarding each of these methods.
 Reproduce key results of empirical papers using Stata.
 Apply these methods to actual datasets, using Stata programming language.


L0201


Patrick Blanchenay •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W25 
SS 1087

 
 Understand the notion of causality, and its importance in empirical research.
 Identify five strategies that can be used to answer causal questions using data: random assignment, regressions, instrumental variables, differenceindifferences, and regression discontinuity design, and their associated regression specification.
 Clearly articulate each methodâ€™s requirements, typical use, and limitations, and know how to interpret their quantitative results.
 Read (wellwritten) abstracts of unfamiliar research papers and understand the research question and basic estimation strategy / econometric model used to answer it.
 Interpret and comment on tables of estimated coefficients from a wide range of econometric models, in various formats.
 Use your understanding of the methods to assess the validity and quality of empirical studies, including the ability to judge whether a method may or may not work in a specific research context.
 Articulate short wellcrafted arguments to answer specific questions regarding each of these methods.
 Reproduce key results of empirical papers using Stata.
 Apply these methods to actual datasets, using Stata programming language.

ECO374H1S

Forecasting and Time Series Econometrics
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Martin Burda •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M13, F10 
LM 161

 

ECO375H1F

Applied Econometrics I
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Eduardo SouzaRodrigues •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

R122, F1012 Note: F1012 (tutorial) 
RW 110

 

ECO375H1S

Applied Econometrics I
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Yuanyuan Wan •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

W111, F12 
KP 108

 

ECO380H1S

Markets, Competition, and Strategy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Yao Luo •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T101 
MP 202

 


L0201


Yao Luo •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

T25 
LM 159

 

ECO401H1S

Topics in Economic Policy
•
Calendar entry


L0101


Kory Kroft •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M1012, F1 
LM 157

 

ECO403H1F

Topics in Development Economics and Policy
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L0101


Arthur Blouin •
outline
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Learning outcomes

T1012, R10 
FE 135

 


L0201


Gustavo Bobonis •
outline
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Learning outcomes

W24, F11 
W MY 315; F SK 720

 
 Students learn how one can apply economic concepts learned in the core sequence to real world problems in international development policy, and the general ideas in the field.
 Students learn how the discipline carries out empirical research, how to employ data to better understand aspects of economic behaviour applicable to development. Specifically, students learn applications of the research methods used in the field.
 Students gain practical experience in development economics research. They complete a group research project, with scaffold assignments on it: (i) a research project review and planned research to address a selected question; (ii) a class presentation; and (iii) a group research paper.

ECO404H1S

Topics in Managerial Economics
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L5101


Ajaz Hussain •
website
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outline
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Learning outcomes

M69 
GE 106

 
 By the end of this course, students will be able to analyze, identify, formulate, articulate, and present a structured solution to the salient issue(s) in real life businesseconomics cases.
 By the end of this course, students will be able to formulate appropriate econometric models to investigate particular businesseconomics hypotheses.
 By the end of this course, students will be able to build models involving MonteCarlo simulation, Optimization, and advanced Econometric methods.
 By the end of this course, students will be able to work cooperatively in a small group environment.
 By the end of this course, students will be able to compose professional level presentations, quantitative models, and business reports.

ECO407H1F

Competing Views in Macroeconomic Theory and Policy
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L0101


Gustavo Indart •
website
•
outline
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Learning outcomes

R101 
OI 5170

 

ECO414H1S

Energy and Regulation
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Calendar entry


L0101


Adonis Yatchew •
outline
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Learning outcomes

M25 
SS 2127

 

ECO418H1F

Empirical Applications of Economic Theory
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Calendar entry


L0101


Yao Luo •
outline
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Learning outcomes

T47 
UC 244

 
 Numerically simulate economic models and program estimators
 Apply economic theory to estimate structural models and conduct counterfactual experiments
 Articulate a wellformed research question in an oligopolistic market and an appropriate resolution to it
 Use extended oral and written communication strategies to provide clear descriptions and explanations of empirical findings

ECO419H1F

International Macroeconomics
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Calendar entry


L0101


Joseph Steinberg •
outline
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Learning outcomes

W25 
FE 33

 
 Recognize key facts about which countries have borrowed and lent from one another
 Identify the determinants of international borrowing and lending
 Identify the sources of exchange rate fluctuations
 Translate realworld situations into the mathematical language of macroeconomic theory
 Analyze equilibrium outcomes numerically, algebraically, and graphically

ECO421H1F

Special Topics in Economics: Topics in Experimental Economics
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Calendar entry


L0101


Yoram Halevy •
outline
•
Learning outcomes

M912 
SS 2111

 

ECO421H1S

Special Topics in Economics: Economics of Information
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Calendar entry


L0101


Marcin Pęski •
website
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outline
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Learning outcomes

M25 
WI 523

 
 Represent situations with incomplete information with knowledge and belief type spaces. Use analytical tools (knowledge operators, Bayesian updating) to discuss information that players have about the world and about each other.
 Represent strategic situations as normal or extensive form games. Demonstrate competence and understaning of basic game theoretic solution concepts like Bayesian Nash equilibrium, and Perfect Bayesian equilibrium.
 Distinguish between different types of models with incomplete information (adverse selection, signalling, moral hazard, reputation). Discuss ways how incomplete information can affect strategic analysis.
 Use analytical tools to build a gametheoretic model of a real world situation with incomplete information. Be able to distinguish between important and irrelevant elements of the real world description and focus on the former when building the model.

ECO422H1F

Special Topics in Economics: Competition Policy
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Calendar entry


L5101


Nadia Soboleva •
website
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outline
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Learning outcomes

W58 
UC 261

 

ECO422H1S

Special Topics in Economics: Topics in Behavioural Economics (MA)
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Calendar entry


L0101


Yoram Halevy •
outline
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Learning outcomes

M122, R68 Note: R68 (tutorial) 
BL 313

 

ECO426H1S

Market Design
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Calendar entry


L0101


AnneKatrin Roesler •
outline
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Learning outcomes

W101 
MY 317

 

ECO428H1F

Classical Economic Thought
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Calendar entry


L0101


Kieran Furlong •
outline
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Learning outcomes

W912 
OI 2214

 

ECO429H1S

Economic Thought after 1870
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Calendar entry


L0101


Kieran Furlong •
outline
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Learning outcomes

W912 
LA 211

 

ECO435H1F

The Economics of Modern China
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Calendar entry


L0101


Loren Brandt •
outline
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Learning outcomes

T25 
BA 2165

 

ECO439H1S

Empirical Methods in Microeconomics
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Calendar entry


L0101


Arthur Blouin •
outline
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Learning outcomes

T35, R3 
SS 1084

 

ECO446H1S

Advanced Public Economics
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Calendar entry


L0101


Michael Smart
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Learning outcomes

T13 
BL 114

 

ECO461H1S

The Economics of Financial Risk Management
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Calendar entry


L0101


Ata Mazaheri •
outline
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Learning outcomes

T912 
MP 134

 

ECO462H1F

Financial Econometrics
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Calendar entry


L0101


Christian Gourieroux
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Learning outcomes

R111 
LM 157

 

ENV462H1S

Energy and Environment: Economics, Politics, and Sustainability


L0101


Adonis Yatchew
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Learning outcomes

T24 
RS 208

 

ECO464H1F

Empirical Financial Economics
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Calendar entry


L5101


Peter Cziraki •
outline
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Learning outcomes

M58 
ES B149, WW 126 (only Dec 5)

 

ECO466H1F

Empirical Macroeconomics and Policy
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L0101


Serdar Ozkan and
Martin Burda
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outline
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Learning outcomes

TR1012 
SS 581

 

ECO475H1S

Applied Econometrics II
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Calendar entry


L0101


Yuanyuan Wan •
outline
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Learning outcomes

R1012, F11 
SS 1074

 

ECO499H1Y

Honours Essay in Applied Microeconomics
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L0101


Aloysius Siow
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Learning outcomes

W25 
OI 2199, Wint OI 2281

 
