SAP PENGANTAR EKONOMI MAKRO

 

ISO 9001 : 2000

FORMULIR PEDOMAN PENGAJARAN

NomorDok

:

FRM/KUL/01/02
NomorRevisi

:

03
Tgl.Berlaku

:

1 Oktober 2008
KlausaISO

:

7.5.1 dan 7

 

Dibuat Oleh

Diperiksa Oleh

Disahkan Oleh

Berlaku tanggal

1Oktober 2008

 

1                    Fakultas                       : Ekonomi

2                    Program Studi             : Manajemen                                                  S1

3                    Nama Mata Kuliah      : Pengantar Ekonomi Makro                          Sks         :  4

4                    Kode Mata Kuliah      :

5                    Prasyarat                     : Pengantar Ekonomi Mikro

6                    Status Mata Kuliah     : Wajib

7                                                                                                    Deskripsi                 : Mata kuliah ini memberikan gambaran tentang bagaimana memahami ekonomi secara makro. Ekonomi Makro meliputi Pendapatan Nasional, Pertumbuhan Ekonomi, Masalah dalam Ekonomi Makro dan Kebijakan untuk Mengatasi Masalah tersebut.

8                                                                                                    Kompetensi : Agar mahasiswa dapat memiliki pengetahuan dan keahlian serta mampu menganalisis ekonomi secara makro internasional

  1. Implementasi Proses Pembelajaran Mingguan :

 

NO Pokok Bahasan Sub Pokok Bahasan Sumber Pustaka Keterangan
1 Introduction 
  • the issues macroeconomists study
  • the tools macroeconomists use
  • some important concepts in macroeconomic analysis
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
2 – 3 Macroeconomics data I
  • §Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
4 – 5 Macroeconomics data II
  • §the Consumer Price Index (CPI)
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
6 – 7 Macroeconomics data III
  • §the Unemployment Rate
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
8 – 10 National Income 
  • defined and measured some key macroeconomic variables
  • theories about what determines these key macroeconomic variables
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
11 – 12 Economic Growth I 
  •  the closed economy Solow model
  •  country’s standard of living depends on its saving and population growth rates
  • Learn how to use the “Golden Rule”
    to find the optimal savings rate and capital stock
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
13 -14 Economic Growth II 
  • Technological progress in the Solow model
  • Policies to promote growth
  • Growth empirics:
    Confronting the theory with facts
  • Endogenous growth
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
15

UTS

16 – 17 Unemployment 
  • What it means
  • what causes it
  • understanding its behavior in the real world
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
18 Money and Inflation I 
  • The classical theory of inflation
  •  “Classical” — assumes prices are flexible & markets clear.
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
19 Money and Inflation II 
  • Applies to the long run.
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
20 – 21 Introduction toEconomic Fluctuations

 

  • difference between short run & long run
  • introduction to aggregate demand
  • aggregate supply in the short run & long run
  • model of aggregate supply and demand
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
22 Aggregate Demand I 
  • The Great Depression
  •  J.M. Keynes developed a theory to explain this phenomenon.
  •  the ‘IS-LM’ model.
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
23 Aggregate Demand II 
  • developed the IS-LM model, the basis of the aggregate demand curve
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
24 Aggregate Supply I 
  • three models of aggregate supply
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
25 Aggregate Supply II 
  • the short-run tradeoff between inflation and unemployment known as the Phillips curve
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
26 – 27 Stabilization Policy 
  • two policy debates:
  • Should policy be active or passive?
  • Should policy be by rule or discretion?
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
28 Consumption I 
  • John Maynard Keynes:  consumption and current income

 

Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
29 Consumption II 
  • Irving Fisher and Intertemporal Choice
  • Franco Modigliani:  the Life-Cycle Hypothesis
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
30 Government Debt I 
  • the size of the  government’s debt

 

Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
31 Government Debt II 
  • problems measuring the budget deficit
  • other perspectives on the debt
Mankiw 2007Sukirno 2006
32

UAS

 

10. Ujian dan Penilaian

1. Ujian diadakan minimal tiga kali dengan perincian:

  1. Ujian Harian satu kali dilaksanakan pada Pertemuan ke 12
  2. Ujian Tengah Semester dilaksanakan pada saat pertemuan ke 22
  3. Ujian Akhir Semester dilaksanakan pada akhir semester  Pertemuan ke 36

 

  1. Penilaian

A. Mandiri                                 : 15 %

B. Ujian Harian                          : 15 %

C. Ujian Tengah Semester         : 30 %

D. Ujian Akhir Semester            : 40 %

(Kehadiran mahasiswa minimal   85%)

 

11. Daftar Buku Rujukan :

1. Buku Wajib          : Gregory Mankiw, 2007, Economics (ed.6), Salemba Empat, Jakarta

2. Buku Anjuran      :

 

  1. Boediono,1998, Seri Sinopsis Ekonomi Makro ,BPFE, Yogyakarta
  2. Suparmoko, M,2004, Pengantar Ekonomi Makro,BPFE,Yogyakarta
  3. Sukirno, Sadono , 2006,Pengantar Teori MakroEkonomi ,PT. Raja Grafindo Persada, Jakarta
  4. Nopirin,2000,Pengantar Ilmu Ekonomi Makro & Mikro,BPFE,Yogyakarta
  5. M,Guritno dan Algifari,1998,Teori Ekonomi Makro,STIE YKPN , Yogyakarta
  6. Samuelson,P.A,2003,Ekonomi,Penerbit Erlangga,Jakarta
  7. R,Soediyono,1999,Ekonomi Makro,Penerbit Liberty,Yogyakarta
  8. P,Iskandar,2005,Pengantar Ekonomi Mikro& Makro,Penerbit Ghalia Indonesia,Jakarta

 

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