This is a graduate course in dynamic macroeconomics (two-week PhD course (ECTS: 9)). The course covers dynamic general equilibrium concepts, both in discrete and continuous time. The main goal of the course is to introduce students to the workhorse models of dynamic macroeconomic analysis, including the Neoclassical growth model, the overlapping-generations model and endogenous technological change. These models, forming the core of modern macroeconomics, focus on economic growth and long-run dynamics. The emphasis will be on methods with some applications.