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Macroeconomic Principles Notes

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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 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.

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 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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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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Institution LSE (unaffiliated)
Country United Kingdom
Level Undergraduate
File format Mixture of PDF and TXT

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