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Macroeconomics (undergraduate)

This class is designed for undergraduate students. I cover seminal contributions of the 20th Century in macro, from Samuelson's Overlapping Generations model to Diamond and Dybvig's bank runs model, from Lucas's rational expectations to endogenous growth theory. I have made every effort to present those important contributions using only the simplest technical tools.

Lecture notes and slides
Chapter 1: Measurements [notes] [slides]
Chapter 2: Growth [notes] [slides] 
Chapter 3: Business Cycles [notes] [slides]
Chapter 4: Overlapping Generations, Money and Pensions [notes] [slides]
Chapter 5: Bank runs and Financial Stability [notes] [slides]
Chapter 6: Coconut Islands and Unemployment [notes] [slides]

Problem sets