Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Dry material, and big concepts. Big picture thinking, relative to macroeconomics. Prof is very knowledgeable about subject but not always the best at simplifying material, and condensing to main points. Very old school. just stopped using chalk board. But overall interesting class, solid professor, don't be embarrassed to ask questions in class and if his response differs slightly from your original question/intentions, don't be afraid to ask for further explanation, or "I don't really get that"
Macroeconomics. Big picture. "Trickle" Effect -- if this happens, then this happens, then.. so on. USA's role in the global economy. Trading, different taxes and tariffs.
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Advice for students:
Read the book and ask questions. Get tutor help if needed. Go to class and be prepared to focus. It is easy to lose track of big picture concepts when you have your mind thinking else where. It can demand your full attention at times. However, once you get a hang of the course, most of the later material is similar in nature.