MAcroeconomics Lecture Notes
by Gregor W. Smith
Publisher: Queen’s University 1999
Number of pages: 266
Like any course in macroeconomics, this one has several different aims. The course should help you: learn how models work; understand the models macroeconomists typically use; understand how shocks affect the economy; think about current and historical events in a disciplined way; and acquire research skills.
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