This introductory course to macroeconomic analysis provides a thorough view of what economists know about aggregate production, inflation, unemployment and economic policies and elevates the learner to a first-year undergraduate level.
Are you interested in a serious and solid background in economics?
This course offers you a thorough view of everything economists know about markets: their strengths, their failures, and how this view can help you understand the most relevant economic problems. We follow a rigorous approach that combines visual arguments with realistic examplesto help you connect the main economic concepts with your own experiences.
The only required knowledge is certain familiarity with graph reading and basic high school mathematics.
By the end of this course, you will have explored thekey questions in macroeconomics:
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