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It will be assumed that all students have seen any notice posted on the course website. Textbook The textbook for this course is: Bernanke B.S., Olekalns, N. and H. R. Frank (2011), Principles of Macroeconomics , (3rd edition.) McGraw-Hill International Book Co., Sydney. (The second edition of the above book can also be used; but note that chapter and other references made during the course will refer to the third edition. You will need to make appropriate adjustments if you have the second edition). Supplementary Material The publishers provide a range of support material for the textbook, including a Study Guide, and a website. Information on accessing this support material is provided in the introduction to the text. While the support material may provide useful additional assistance to your study of the subject matter, the support material is not required reading . Students must make their own judgement as to whether accessing and using the support material is worthwhile. The examinable content of the textbook is defined by the Lecture Outline and the Tutorial Program. Additional Readings For some topics students will be required to read material in addition to the textbook. All additional readings will be posted on the Macroeconomics 1 website.
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ECON1102 – Macroeconomics 1 10 7 COURSE SCHEDULE Textbook references are to the 3rd edition. 7.1 Lecture Schedule Week Topic Reference (Textbook) Week 1 4 - 8 Mar Measures of Macroeconomic Performance: Output and Prices Chapter 1 Week 2 11 - 15 Mar Saving, Wealth and the Real Interest Rate Chapter 2 Week 3 18 - 22 Mar Unemployment and the Labour Market Chapter 3 Week 4 25 - 29 Mar Business Cycles A Model of Output Determination - The AE Model Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Mid-Session Break: 29 Mar - 7 Apr Week 5 8 - 12 Apr The AE Model (continued) Chapter 5 Week 6 15 - 19 Apr Fiscal Policy Chapter 6 Week 7 22 - 26 Apr Money, Private Banks & RBA Chapter 7 Week 8 29 Apr - 3 May Monetary Policy Chapter 8 Week 9 6 - 10 May A Model of Output and Inflation The AD-AS Model Chapter 9 Week 10 13 - 17 May Open Economy Macroeconomics - Exchange Rates Chapter 14 Week 11 20 - 24 May Open Economy Macroeconomics - Trade and Capital Flows Chapter 15 Week 12 27 - 31 May Economic Growth Week 13 3 - 7 June NO LECTURES
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ECON1102 – Macroeconomics 1 11 7.2 Tutorial Schedule Week Tutorial No Topic Reference (Textbook) Week 1 4 - 8 Mar NO TUTORIALS Week 2 11 - 15 Mar 1 Output, Prices Chapter 1 Week 3 18 - 22 Mar 2 Savings & Investment Chapter 2 Week 4 25 - 29 Mar NO TUTORIALS Public Holiday 29 March Mid-Session Break: 29 Mar - 7 Apr Week 5 8 - 12 Apr 3 Unemployment, The Labour market Chapter 3 Week 6 15 - 19 Apr 4 Business Cycles Chapter 4 Week 7 22 - 26 Apr NO TUTORIALS Public Holiday 25 April Week 8 29 Apr - 3 May 5 The AE Model Chapter 5 Week 9 6 - 10 May 6 Fiscal Policy Tutorial Test Held in Class Chapter 6 Week 10 13 - 17 May 7 Monetary Policy Chapters 7& 8 Week 11 20 - 24 May 8 A Model of Output and Inflation The AD-AS Model Chapter 9 Week 12 27 - 31 May 9 Open Economy Macroeconomics - Exchange Rates - Trade and Capital Flows Chapters 14 & 15 Week 13 3 - 7 June 10 Economic Growth Chapters 10 & 11
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