Pretty easy, overall.
Gives the student an introduction to the basic concepts and tools used in macroeconomic analysis
the theory, measurement and determination of national income; business cycles; the multiplier; fiscal policy, budget deficits and the national debt; aggregate supply and aggregate demand; exchange rates and balance of payments accounts; and stabilization policy for unemployment and inflation.
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Advice for students:
basic algebraic and graphical skills will come in handy in this course.