On 26 July the Board of the National Bank convened for a session to review the results of the monetary policy in H1BelTA learned from the information and public relations office of the National Bank. In H1the goal was to maintain the macroeconomic stability, contain inflation and maintain the gold and forex reserves. The monetary and financial stability was secured in the country in H1.
Especially valuable to students with no high school background in economics. Not applicable to a major or minor in economics. Not open to students who have credit in ECON or Includes analysis of how market structure affects prices.
Discusses the issue of whether self-interested economic behavior promotes or hinders society. Focuses on how the private sector's economic behavior is affected by various governmental policies and institutions.
C or better grade in ECON Students will be expected to use these concepts in developing news and feature stories. Conditions contributing to economic, political, and social change. Problems of economic development policies and programs within the institutional structure.
Internal and external pressures that influence patterns of development. Not open to students who have credit in POLS Course titles will be announced before each semester. A total of 6 credits may be earned.
Involves analyses of product pricing, output determination, resource pricing, and employment in various market structures. Includes graphical and, in some instances, simple algebraic analyses.
Emphasizes the determination of national income, employment, and price level and the rate of growth of the economic system. Includes examination of the theories of consumption and investment spending, interaction between money and national income, and implications of alternative models for public policy.
Topics include categorical data analysis, analysis of variance, multivariate regression analysis, and distinguishing relevant from spurious correlations. Also includes communication skills for explaining statistical results to audiences without knowledge of statistics.
ECON or equivalent or permission of the department chairperson. The course applies economic principles to sports and covers topics such as the organization of sports, the market for franchises, financing sports venues, ticket prices, labor relations, player drafts, athlete compensation, betting markets, cooperative, collusive and competitive strategic behaviors in sports, and anti-trust issues.
Students successfully completing this course will be able to understand and apply economic principles to sports and in their own lives.
Emphasizes economic consequences of budgets by examining incidence, shifting, and incentives regarding provision of public services and alleviation of economic insecurity. Strengthens the ability to engage in economic reasoning by demonstrating its applicability to law and economics.
The projects should have a primary economics focus. ECON or or or permission of the instructor.
Topics include the demand and supply of medical care, the effects of health insurance, professional licensing, pharmaceutical regulations, and government involvement in health care.
Examines international trade, finance, and commercial policy. Periodic written reports of job experiences are required. ECON or ; permission of the department chairperson. Open only to economics majors or minors and second-semester junior or senior standing.Anti-Belarusian propaganda, silent reforms, women’s entrepreneurship – digest of Belarusian analytics 19 December KAS releases a brochure to discuss how civil society can promote transformation in .
Anna Ivanovskaya of Belarusian State University, Minsk (BSU) with expertise in: Economic History, Macroeconomics and Microeconomics.
Read and contact Anna Ivanovskaya on ResearchGate, the. Belarusian business education: from a command economy to the market The sphere of Belarusian business education is experiencing very challenging times in .
substantial growth in the Belarusian economy with the stimulation of consumer demand and high prices on exported products (refined oil, potash fertiliser) plus a duty-free excess in the large Russian market.
3 The Belarusian insurance market characteristics in the context of eco-nomic liberalization: Analysis and policy recommendations Summary Some general trends towards economic liberalization in Belarus in the recent years have been.
In this paper, we have attempted to assess the impact of oil price increases on the Belarusian economy. The analysis leads to the finding that a 1% increase in oil prices contributes to real GDP growth by % in the long run, whereas it has almost no effect in the short run (12 quarters).