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Macroeconomic Principles Notes

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This product contains 32 documents written by 1 different author. Each author covered all of Macroeconomic Principles in approximately 260 pages , but we combine a variety of authors from various years to maximize the possibility that your exam topics are well covered and in a learning style that suits you.

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In depth, typed notes covering the Macroeconomic Principles (EC210) course at LSE (London School of Economics). Covers the full content of the course including the following topics:

- Economic Measurement
- Economic Growth
- The Malthusian Model
- The Solow Model
- Endogenous Growth Models
- Consumption
- Ricardian Equivalence
- Credit Market Imperfections
- Investment
- Unemployment
- Issues in the Labour Market
- The Dynamic Macroeconomic Model
- The Dynamic Monetary Model
- Business Cycle Theory
- Financial Markets and Banks
- Monetary and Fiscal Policy

Over 100 pages of notes in an easy to follow, intuitive format, closely following the structure of the course (2010-2011). Notes are in bullet points of varying length and have the following features to help you succeed on this course:

- Fully typed notes
- Diagrams and graphs where appropriate
- Use of colours

s to highlight definitions and formulae
- Icons to indicate quotes and references
- Formulae are typed in a professional format for easy reading and recognization
- Topics included in each lecture (20 in total) are summarized in a few bullet points along the side of each page
- Modules are broken down into lectures, topics and sub topics so you can quickly find the information you're looking for
- Some references to reading where appropriate

Also included:

- Lists of all the topics and subtopics of the course to aid revision
- Text files containing key terms from the relevant chapters from the course text book for the michaelmas term material. These files can be imported into flashcard software for the PC/Mac/iPad/iPhone and other devices using applications or websites such as quizlet.

About Me:
I'm currently a 3rd year LSE student who recently completed the exam in this subject, acheiving a comfortable 2:1. Having completed a 10 week internship in investment banking last year, I am about to commence a second one at another bulge bracket firm.

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Grade 2.1
Institution LSE (unaffiliated)
Country United Kingdom
Level Undergraduate
File format MS. Word

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