I recorded these videos for students in my upper–division courses, who might need a refresher in Principles of Macroeconomics. These work some of the same examples I use in class. They are particularly useful if you are taking a more advanced class (such as Intermediate Macroeconomics or International Monetary Theory) and need to catch up.
I mention specific numbers that I sometimes give out in class. E–mail me if you want the numbers in .pdf format!Microeconomics/FoundationsMicroeconomics Fundamentals Costs, Benefits, and Optimal Quantity The Production Function Supply, Demand, and the Market Mechanism (Part 1) Macroeconomics/FoundationsGDP and Inflation: Numerical Example Unemployment: Numerical Example Macroeconomic ModelsThe Aggregate Expenditure (AE) Model Deriving the Aggregate Demand Curve The Aggregate Supply Curve (Thumbnail)
Macroeconomic PolicyExpansionary and Contractionary Policy Fiscal Policy: Math and Formulas Monetary Policy: Math and Formulas The Money Market and Interest Rates Exchange Rates: Math and Formulas |