Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Helps the student analyze the macroeconomy on a broader and deeper perspective.
aggregate interrelationship between consumers, business, government and the foreign sector in the determination of national income, employment, price levels and economic growth rate. Particular emphasis is placed on policy alternatives available to mitigate unsatisfactory performance of these variables.
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Advice for students:
A substantial knowledge of calculus and algebra is required in this course.