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Essentials of Advanced Macroeconomic Theory

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This text provides a compact overview of the contributions that are currently regarded as the most important for macroeconomic analysis, and an introduction to key concepts discussed in journal literature.
Paperback, 152 pages
Published March 20th 2012 by Routledge (first published January 1st 2012)
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Harlan
Nov 03, 2012 Harlan added it
Didn't finish this, but got what I wanted out of it, which was a better understanding of the types of mathematical models economists use to understand business cycles, growth, employment, etc. The book moves very quickly, but is clearly written for those with a background that includes calculus. Mostly comprehensible without a strong econ background.
Mohammad.F Jaber
Feb 16, 2014 Mohammad.F Jaber rated it it was amazing
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excellent book for anyone who took intermediate macroeconomics and wants to broaden his knowledge in the field. It starts of by explaining growth theories then moves in to short run fluctuations (random walk...real business cycle...the permanent income hypothesis...) but i wouldn't advise this book for someone with no prerequisite knowledge about the subject.
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