Annak érdekében, hogy Önnek a legjobb élményt nyújtsuk "sütiket" használunk honlapunkon. Az oldal használatával Ön beleegyezik a "sütik" használatába.

 

 

Hungarian BA & Erasmus students
EconPol GTGVÖ111BNA - Economic Policy
Academic year 2020/21, Spring Semester

Class schedule: Monday 16:00-17:30

Course syllabus

Sample test

(Partial) recording of the 8/Feb/2021 class

Recording of the 15/Feb/2021 class

There is an online EconPol course available in the elearning system of the university, where the course materials may be accessed. Students are automatically assigned to this course, providing they registered EconPol in Neptun.

Logging in to the elearning system (the Log-in link is on the top right of the screen):

  • The username is either your Neptun code or the email address you have registered in Neptun.
  • Upon first login click the "Forgot your username or password" link, and ask for a new password. A temporary password will be sent to the email address you have registered in Neptun, which you will need to change after logging in.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hungarian BA & Erasmus students
EconPol GTGVÖ111BNA - Economic Policy
Academic year 2019/20, Spring Semester

Class schedule: Monday 16:00-17:30 Building A4 Room 421B

Course syllabus

Lecture notes

Sample test

Presentation topics (you can only complete the course if you pick a team & choose a topic - see the syllabus for details)

Presentation points, test points & grades

Webinar videos

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GTGVÖ111BNA - Economic Policy
Academic year 2018/19, Spring Semester

Class schedule: Monday 16:00-17:30 Building A1 Room 310

Course syllabus

Lecture notes

Presentation topics, dates & points & grades

Correct answers to the test questions:

Multiple choice
1. market is called the efficient b. because it creates competition, and the incentive to work hard
2. trade-off between maximising votes and maximising welfare a. because the short-term orientation/memory of voters
3. Neo corporatist economies d. are countries like Germany
4. if the unemployment rate has been decreasing for years in Hungary we can expect d. prices to increase
5. NOT responsible for creating transaction costs b. high wages
6. major failure with the market allocation of education services a. demand is lower than optimal, because external benefits cannot be used to pay for the price
7. Friedman suggested that governments tend to make nonrational decisions c. because they spend taxes on people with unknown preferences
8. does NOT belong to the income redistribution function c. paying the bills of the police force
9. advantage of incremental budgeting c. it is very cheap
10. expansionary fiscal policy d. increasing government purchases
11. predicted inflation higher than the target a. an increase in the official interest rate
 
Essay 1 – negative externality, and the ways to deal with it (methods that reduce supply)
Essay 2 – expansionary monetary policy (since fiscal expansion cannot be used due to the high deficit)
 

 

 

 

GTGVÖ111BNA - Economic Policy
Academic year 2017/18, Spring Semester

Class schedule: Monday 14:00-15:30 Building A4 Room 421B

Course syllabus

Lecture notes

Midterm test sample

Presentation topics, dates & points

Deadline for sending the powerpoints: 23 April, 23:59 (one point will be deducted from your points max every day if you are late)

Test: 7 May 2018, 14:00-14:50, A4/421B

Test results & grades

Those who want to retake the exam: you can write a new test on 17 May 2018, 7:00am, Lecture Hall III

The final class of the semester (14 May) starts an hour laters, at 3pm.

 

 

GTGVÖ111BNA & GTGVÖ211BNA - Economic Policy
Academic year 2016/17, Spring Semester

Class schedule: Monday 14:00-15:30 Building A1 Room 317

Course syllabus

Lecture notes

Midterm test sample

Presentation topic report form

Midterm test

  • Time: 26 April 2017, 5pm
  • Place: Building A1, Room 218-19
  • You only have to take the test, if you want to get a mark before the exam period (coming from a combination of test and presentation points)

Midterm results (check column G for your test score; pls. note that there are two Excel sheets - one for BA, one for MA students; your final grade will be calculated once the Presentation point allocation form is completed)

Presentation point allocation form (pls. report how you allocated the presentation points among/between team members here)

Those who accept their grade, will have to register for the 24 May 2017 exam in Neptun (except Erasmus students, because they do not use Neptun).

Course evaluation page - your feedback is much appreciated

 

 

GTGVÖ111BNA - Economic Policy
Academic year 2015/16, Spring Semester

Class schedule: Monday 14:00-15:30 Building A4 Room 421B

Course syllabus

Lecture notes

MIdterm test sample

Presentation topics, test results, final grade

 

GTGVÖ111BNA - Economic Policy
Academic year 2014/15, Semester 2

Class schedule: Mondays, 3pm, Building A1, Room 314

Syllabus

Lecture notes

Midterm test sample

Presentation topics chosen by the students + Test results
Pls. note that the final grade will be determined as the combination of the test result (15 points max) & and the presentation points (max 15). The points-to-grade conversion system is available in the syllabus of the course.

Those who wish to present their topic on May 4, should send a copy of their powerpoint presentation until May 1, 23:59 by email. The deadline for May 11 ppts is May 8, 23:59.