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UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO Department of Economics Economics 102(01) - Introduction to Macroeconomics Angela Trimarchi          Spring 2010 Instructor: Angela E. Trimarchi Office: HH-130 – Phone (519)888-4567 Ext. 36006 Email: Office Hours: M W: 9:00-10:30 a.m. Class Meetings: M W F:  11:30-12:20 p.m. Location: PHY 145 Course Webpage: Angel Website: Companion Website Information: Required Text: N. Gregory Mankiw, Ronald D. Kneebone, Kenneth J. McKenzie, Nicholas Rowe, Principles of Macroeconomics Fourth Canadian Edition.  Toronto:  Nelson, 2008. Study Guide: N.   Gregory   Mankiw,  Study   Guide   to   Accompany   Principles   of   Macroeconomics ,   Fourth   Canadian   Edition,  Toronto:  Nelson, 2008. Course Objectives: This course  introduces students to  the  principles essential to  understanding  contemporary macroeconomic  issues.  This course also provides an introduction to the determination of national income, unemployment and  inflation, interest rates, exchange rates and monetary and fiscal policy. Course Outline: I. Introduction Chapter 1:   Ten Principles of Economics Chapter 2:   Thinking Like an Economist         Appendix Graphing:  A Brief Review Chapter 3:   Interdependence and the Gains from Trade II. The Data of Macroeconomics Chapter 5:   Measuring a Nation’s Income Chapter 6:   Measuring the Cost of Living
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This note was uploaded on 11/25/2010 for the course ECON 102 taught by Professor ? during the Spring '08 term at Waterloo.

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