Average Rating (from 1 Student)
Pretty easy, overall.
this course will provide the much needed economics background to students, particularly economics majors.
National accounting. Components of aggregate demand. National income determination and multiplier theory. Business cycles and economic instability. Fiscal policy. Money and monetary policy. Banking system. Unemployment and inflation. Controversies over stabilization policy. Canadian macroeconomic policy.
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Advice for students:
the course is only an introduction so everything is pretty easy.