Curriculum Design. Program for doctor of philosophy in economics

Curriculum Development


Academic Paper, 2014

29 Pages, Grade: A


Excerpt

DAVID ACKAH ­ Ph. D. Economics
PROGRAM: Ph. D. Economics ­ COURSE: Curriculum Design, PHASE II ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
Atlantic Inte
rnational University, Hawaii, Honolulu
A New Age for
Distance Learning
STUDENT NAME:
David Ackah
COURSE: CURRICULUM DESIGN
PROGRAM: DOCTOR OF PHILIOSOPHY IN ECONOMICS
Ph. D. ECONOMICS

DAVID ACKAH ­ Ph. D. Economics
PROGRAM: Ph. D. Economics ­ COURSE: Curriculum Design, PHASE II ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
MARCH 12, 2014
DEGRE
E
: DOCTORAT
E OF PHILOSOP
HY IN ECONOMICS
MAJOR: EC
ONOMICS
MINOR: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
COURSE T
ITLE: ECONOMICS OF
GROWTH AND DEVELOP
M
ENT
COURSE OBJECTIVES
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
ACTIVITIES
TO CARIED OUT
SOURCE OF
DATA
BILBILIOGRAPHY
This course will enab
le the
student to understand and
im
plem
ent basic ideas in
diverse inform
ation on
econom
ic developm
ent and
Growth. The student will
learn how to im
ple
m
ent the
use of growth in the office,
harden various operating
system
s, and im
ple
m
ent
access control lis
ts.
This will allow m
e to explore
in everywhere I find m
yself
in organisation.
. The econo
m
ics m
easure to
put in place to bring
developm
ent to every
country.
This course will in
clude
the introduction of
concepts of Growth and
Developm
ent, how to
analysis data with putting
in place to ensure growth
and developm
ent of
country, how to draw the
statistical diagram
to know
how far the policy work in
the country.
This course will high
lig
ht
on the following:
Developm
en
t
Growth
Econom
ic Institu
tion
s
The course will go ahe
ad
to m
ake conclusions, m
ake
Base on the activ
ities, lo
ng easy
of
pages of
work will be
writing
to be send to Atlantic
Intern
ational University as an
exercise. To create short writing
exercises on
each concepts and a
find critical thinking questions
points of view on econom
ic
growth and developm
ent as well
as its concepts, general
equilibrium
analys
is and
welfare
econom
ics,
Underlying assum
ptions
regarding the population,
specification
, estim
ation,
and
testing of m
icro econom
etric
models, panel data m
ode
ls,
instrum
ental variables m
odels,
The source of this course is
from
Oxford University,
Cape coast University,
Methodist University,
Penticos
t Univers
ity,
WCE
D
Arrow, K. (1962),
"Econom
ic welfare and the
allocation of
resources for
innovation," In R. Nelson
ed.,
The rate and direction
of economic activity,
New
York: Princ
eton Univer
sity
Press.
Austan Goolsbee (1998),
Does Governm
ent R&D
Policy Ma
in
ly Benef
it
Scientists and Engineers?
Dom
inique Guellec and Bruno
Van Pottelsberghe (2000). The
im
pact of public R&D
expenditure on business R&D,
STI working papers 2000/4
Ajzen, I. and Fishbein, M. (1980)
Understanding attitudes and
predicting behaviour, Englewood
Clif
fs
: Prentice Hall.
Anderson et al. (2007) S
tatistics
for Business and
Econom
ics,London: Thom
son.
Bansal, P. (2002) '
T
he Corporate
Challenges of Sustainable
Developm
ent'
, The Academ
y of
Managem
ent Executive, vol. 16,
no. 2, pp. 122-131.

DAVID ACKAH ­ Ph. D. Economics
PROGRAM: Ph. D. Economics ­ COURSE: Curriculum Design, PHASE II ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
The course will br
ing
insource g
ro
w
th to every
developing country.
observations in the m
arket,
the econom
ic situation of a
country, problem
s the
leads to und
er
developm
ent, and the
m
easures to put in place to
solve econom
ic growth
and developm
ent issues of
a country.
and qualitative response models
University of Chicago,
GSB, American Bar
Foundation, and National
Bureau of Econom
ic
Research. Presented at th
e
A.E.A. Meetings, Chicago,
Illinois. January, 1998

DAVID ACKAH ­ Ph. D. Economics
PROGRAM: Ph. D. Economics ­ COURSE: Curriculum Design, PHASE II ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
DEGREE: DOCTORAT
E OF PH
ILOSOPHY IN ECONOMICS
MAJOR: E
C
ON
OMI
C
S
MINOR: ECONOMIC DEVELOP
M
ENT
COURSE TITLE: PUB
L
IC ECONOMICS
COURSE OBJECTIVES
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
ACTIVITIES
TO CARIED OUT
SOURCE OF
DATA
BIBILIOGR
A
PHY
It is im
portant for students
to understand the
argum
ents for and against
governm
ent intervention in
otherwise co
mpetitiv
e
m
arkets. In this unit, we
will exam
ine m
arket
failures due to negative and
positiv
e exte
rnalities, an
d
analyse gov
ernm
ent
m
icroeconom
ic policies
such as subsidies, taxes and
the provision of public
goods. Governm
ent
policies will be evaluated
agains
t criteria of
efficiency and equity.
This will
define public goods,
Describe the characteristics
of a public good, Develop a
rationale f
or
determ
ining
This course will deve
lop
an understanding of core
m
acroeconom
ic principles
and their ap
plica
tion to
current problem
s and
issues faced by
policym
akers. The course
will em
phasize th
e
m
acroeconom
ic policy
challenges faced by
governm
ents and central
banks and describe the
various tools available to
m
eet these challeng
es. T
he
course will exam
ine
alternative m
acroeconom
ic
models used to
characterize long-term
trends and short-term
fluctuations in key
econom
ic indicators such
as gross dom
estic product,
unem
ployment, inf
la
tion
,
Self-determ
ining and combined
education ac
tivitie
s will be
assigned to assist m
e in
achieving the intended learning
outcom
es. There is going be
Long Easy thesis of pages that
will be sub
m
itted to AIU f
or
evaluation and publishing as it is
in every university. Examples of
activ
ities wh
ich contribu
te to
the learning process include, but
are not lim
ited to, the following:
instru
cto
r lectures, class
discussions, group tasks,
quizzes, exam
s, lab assignm
ents,
hand-outs, study guides and
individual conferences with the
instru
cto
r
I will also p
ut down short
written of
interv
iew and practise
of com
puter program
s in my
office to develop
My source f
or this course is
from
University of Ghana,
bookbone.com
, University
of science and Technology
Ghana
Econom
ic Growth
Abugattas, L. (2006)
Services in a Developm
en
t
Round: W
hat is at Stake for
Developing Countries
www.ictsd.org/dlogue/2006
Am
erica Beyond
Capitalism
: Reclaim
ing Our
Wealth, Our Liberty, and
Our Dem
ocracy
, Hoboken: John W
iley &
Sons, Inc.
Asian Developm
ent Bank
(ADB) (2010)
The Rise of Asia's Middle
Class
http://www.adb.org/Docu
m
e
nts/books/key_indicators/20
Abugattas, L. (2006)
Services in a Developm
en
t
Round: W
hat is at Stake for
Developing Countries
www.ictsd.org/dlogue/2006
Am
erica Beyond Capitalism
:
Reclaim
ing Our W
ealth, Our
Liberty, and Our De
m
oc
racy
, Hoboken: John W
iley & Sons,
Inc.
Asian Developm
ent Bank (ADB)
(2010)
The Rise of Asia's Middle Class
Part I: Special Chapter
, ADB, [Electronic], Available:
http://www.adb.org/Docu
m
ents/b
ooks/key_indicators/2010/Part
I.asp [27 Sep 2011].
Bashir, S. (2007) `Trends in
International Higher Education:
Im
plications and options for
developing countries',
Education Working Paper Series

DAVID ACKAH ­ Ph. D. Economics
PROGRAM: Ph. D. Economics ­ COURSE: Curriculum Design, PHASE II ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
which goods should be
produced by the private
sector and which goods
should be produced by the
public sector, Explain
overproduction and
underproduction
consum
er confidence, and
def
icits.
10/Part
http://s
ite
res
ources.worldb
ank.org/EDUCATION
M., Fielden, J., Lem
aitre, M
-
J., Levy, D. & Varghese, N.V.
(2009)
A New Dyn
am
ic: Private Higher
Education [
27 Sep 2011].

DAVID ACKAH ­ Ph. D. Economics
PROGRAM: Ph. D. Economics ­ COURSE: Curriculum Design, PHASE II ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
DEGRE
E
: DOCTORATE OF PH
ILOSOPHY IN ECONOMICS
MAJOR: E
C
ON
OMI
C
S
MINOR: ECONOMIC DEVELOP
M
ENT
COURSE TITLE: MAT
H
EMATICS
OF ECONOMICS
COURSE OBJECTIVES
COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
ACTIVITIES
TO CARIED OUT
SOURCE OF
DATA
BIBILIOGR
A
PHY
This course will he
lp stu
dent
understand the principal of
m
athem
atical techn
iques
including set operation,
m
atrix algebra, differential
and integ
ral calcu
lus
em
ployed in econom
ic
analysis. Particular attention
given to static (or
equilibrium
) analysis,
com
parative-static analy
sis
and optim
ization problem
s in
econom
ics.
Analysis of econom
ic models
using basic econom
etric
m
ethods. Specification,
com
putation, and
inte
rpre
tatio
n of
linear
regression. Mathem
atical
properties of
m
icroeconom
ic
models of general
equilibrium
and welfare,
existence, uniqueness, and
This course will es
tablis
h
the m
eaning of
Mathem
atic
al te
chnique
s
and prelim
inaries f
or
dynam
ic econom
ic
analysis.
Mathem
atical statistics,
including probability,
m
athem
atical expectatio
n,
distributions, linear
regression, ordinary least
squares and sim
ple
extensions. Students will
use a com
puter to analy
ze
data.
Econom
etric m
ethods used
by practicing econom
ists.
Includes sim
ultaneous
equations, asym
ptotic
properties of
estim
ators,
and generalizations of and
The activ
itie
s will he
lp m
e put
and jot dow
n som
e writing of
thesis, tha
t will be m
ade up 25
or m
ore pages tha
t will be
subm
it to Atlantic In
tern
ationa
l
University, as a res
earch
base
exercise for the acad
em
ic
board
for exam
ination and valuation
for m
arking. The interview of
most succes
sful m
athematicians
in Ghana. To investigate and
analysis the benefits of
m
athem
atics in the wor
ld
m
ostly
in the f
ollow
ing Kelsey
Ra
m
sden
Estim
ate analysis indirect
econom
ic impacts.. Measuring
the effect of a project or policy
on general wealth can be
difficult, but property values are
a grea
t indic
ator of
loca
l wealth
in the local econom
y.
An
increase in econom
ic activity
The source of this course is
at the sta
tis
tical boa
rd in
Ghana, University of
Ghana, University of Cape
Coast, University of
W
inniba, and development
studies organizations.
Barry E. Cushing and
March all B. Roney
Charles T. horngern­
introdu
ction
to m
anagerial
accounting, 9
th
edition page
9 (1993).
Mark le
c lu
m
an cost
accounting (second edition)
page 2.
Ronald W
. Hilton (2
nd
edition) page 8, exhibit 1-1
copyright 94.
Sangseter A
: The
autom
ation of accounting
practice, journal or
inform
ation's technology
Brandon, H. C. & Drtine, R. E.
(1997). Managem
ent
accounting
: Strategy and
Control.
McGraw-Hill: New
York
Broyles, D
., Beim
s, J.,
Franko, J. and Bergman,
M. (2005). Just-in-T
im
e
Inventory Managem
ent
Strategy
and
Lean
Manufacturing. Retrieved
fro
m
http://www.academ
ic
m
ind.
com
/
accessed 24/02/10
Chikan, A. and W
hybark, D. C.
(1990). A Cross-national
Com
parison of Production-
Inventory Managem
ent
Practices.
Engineering and
Production Economics,
19, 149-
156
Education in Ghana (n.d.).
Retriev
ed f
rom

DAVID ACKAH ­ Ph. D. Economics
PROGRAM: Ph. D. Economics ­ COURSE: Curriculum Design, PHASE II ATLANTIC INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY
stability of
equilib
rium
.
Applications of Ha
m
iltonian
and m
axi
m
um principles to
growth m
odels and econom
i
alte
rnatives to lea
st
squares estim
ation. Also
m
ay include qualitative
response, panel data,
nonlinea
r, s
patia
l, and tim
e
series m
odels
often rais
es local real estate
values because of increased
aggregate personal incom
e and
the investm
ent of business
profits.
(1992). The adoption of I.T.
in m
anage
ment accounting.
The expert system
s
experience, journal of
inform
ation technology
(1994).
http://www.ghanaweb.com
/Ghan
aHom
ePage/education/accessed
6/04/10
Frazier, S. C. (2004). JIT
Manufacturing Just-in-
Tim
e (Lean Manufacturing
and Stockless Production).
Retriev
ed f
rom
http://www.bsu.edu/web/scfrazier
2/iit/m
ainpage.htm acces
sed
02/02/10
Excerpt out of 29 pages

Details

Title
Curriculum Design. Program for doctor of philosophy in economics
Subtitle
Curriculum Development
College
( Atlantic International University )  (School of Business and Economics)
Course
Economiics
Grade
A
Author
Year
2014
Pages
29
Catalog Number
V284131
ISBN (eBook)
9783656842415
ISBN (Book)
9783656842422
File size
644 KB
Language
English
Tags
curriculum, design, program, development
Quote paper
Ph.D/M.Phil/MSc/BSc/Dip Dr. David Ackah (Author), 2014, Curriculum Design. Program for doctor of philosophy in economics, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/284131

Comments

  • No comments yet.
Read the ebook
Title: Curriculum Design. Program for doctor of philosophy in economics



Upload papers

Your term paper / thesis:

- Publication as eBook and book
- High royalties for the sales
- Completely free - with ISBN
- It only takes five minutes
- Every paper finds readers

Publish now - it's free