Pretty easy, overall.
By way of theory and public policy applications, this course covers current major domestic and international macroeconomic issues in the U.S. economy
I learned so much from that course, including the determination of income and output, inflation, unemployment, and economic growth; money, banking, and the Federal Reserve System; federal spending, taxation, and deficits; and international trade, exchange rates, and the balance of payments.
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It is a course every aspiring policy maker would want to take.