Quantitative Macroeconomics: An Introduction
by Dirk Krueger
Number of pages: 111
Business cycles are both important and, despite a large amount of economic research, still incompletely understood. In these notes the author will describe how to use standard neoclassical theory to explain business cycle fluctuations.
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by John C. Driscoll
Lecture notes for a first-year graduate course in macroeconomics: Money and Prices; Nominal Rigidities and Economic Fluctuations; Macroeconomic Policy; Investment; Unemployment and Coordination Failure; Continuous-Time Dynamic Optimization.
by Martin Uribe - Duke University
An introduction to open economy macroeconomics. From the table of contents: A First Look at the Data; An Endowment Economy; An Economy with Capital; The Real Business Cycle Model; The Terms of Trade; Interest-Rate Shocks; Sovereign Debt.
by Marcel B. Finan - Arkansas Tech University
This book is intended to help individuals to pass actuarial exams. The manuscript covers the financial economics segment of Exam M referred to by MFE/3F. Answer keys are provided so that you check your numerical answers against the correct ones.
by Lars Hansen, Thomas J. Sargent
This book views many apparently disparate dynamic economic models as examples of a single class of models that can be adapted and specialized. The goal is to create a class of models that merge recursive economic theory with dynamic econometrics.