Intermediate Macroeconomics

This undergraduate course introduces macroeconomic concepts—such as GDP and inflation—and covers the IS-LM model of business cycles, matching model of unemployment, Phillips curve, Malthusian model of growth, and Solowian model of growth.

December 2018 · Pascal Michaillat

Introduction Principles of Macroeconomics is an undergraduate-level course that provides a broad overview of the major concepts, theories, and empirical evidence of macroeconomics. The course will cover key topics such as national income determination, inflation, unemployment, interest rates, fiscal and monetary policy, gains from trade, and economic growth. This course is intended for students with little or no prior knowledge of macroeconomics and is a prerequisite for more advanced study in economics and related fields....

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