I am a new faculty teaching MBA courses. Presently, I am teaching International Financial Management (IFM) and Macroeconomics. I have prepared the syllabus of macroeconomics based on first 9 chapters of the core module in "Macroeconomics, Blanchard and Johnson, 6/E, Pearson, 2017, 9789332587601". The idea is to keep mathematical exposition to the minimum while building a base for the discussion of open-economy macroeconomics based on chapter 20 & 21 in the above-mentioned book during IFM course.
I would also be teaching microeconomics.
- How do I form the syllabus for microeconomics to support my teaching of Macroeconomics and IFM while focusing on intuition rather than extensive mathematical exposition? Suggest some appropriate textbooks for this purpose.
- Any suggestions to enhance my research (maybe in Macro-Finance) based on the teaching of above subjects.