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Assoc. prof. Nerijus Mačiulis has PhD from ISM University of Management and Economics and has been teaching at ISM since 2005. Nerijus Mačiulis participated in the internship at Swiss Institute of Banking. Nerijus gives classes on Mathematical Methods in Economics for undergraduate students and classes on Macroeconomics – for graduate students. Nerijus taught courses in economics and finance at universities of Switzerland, Mexico, France and Austria. Since 2010 Nerijus works at Swedbank as chief economist.
Objective of the course
This is applied course in advanced macroeconomics, which aims to analyze and develop the models describing macroeconomic dynamics, explain economic growth, fluctuations, and relationship between economic policies, macroeconomic variables and financial markets. Biggest part of the course will be based on comparative analysis of different macroeconomic aspects. Discussions and analysis will focus on contemporary issues in the global economy.
On completion of this course successful students will be able to:
The module covers major topics of macroeconomic thought and implications on country governance, market and business developments, followed by microeconomics that explains behavior of market actors (competitors and consumers). The major focus is on competitiveness, which is analyzed on the level of business, markets, regions, and countries. Studies of competitiveness are based on Harvard Business School course “Microeconomics of competitiveness”, that is exclusively granted to ISM University of Management and Economics for the delivery in Lithuania.