Macroeconomics A Comprehensive Economics Course

A Course Designed to Give You a Better Understanding of the World Around You–Perfect for University and Adult Learners!
Macroeconomics A Comprehensive Economics Course
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25.42 GB
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13h 1m

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Brad Cartwright

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5/2023

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4.8/5

Macroeconomics A Comprehensive Economics Course

What you’ll learn

A love of Economics that I hope is contagious!
This Course is an Ideal Companion to any Introductory Economics Class in the World!
A thorough understanding of the main principles of Macroeconomics
A thorough understanding of Gross Domestic Product and the ways we measure Economic Growth
A thorough understanding of Low and Stable Rate of Inflation
A thorough understanding of Low Unemployment
A thorough understanding of Economic Growth
A thorough understanding of Equity in the Distribution of Income
A thorough understanding of Fiscal and Monetary Policy
A thorough understanding of Demand-Side and Supply-Side Management Policies
A better understanding of Global Politics – as Economics is the backbone of all political thought

Macroeconomics A Comprehensive Economics Course

Requirements

Just a curious mind and an interest in the world around you!

Description

This Macroeconomics course is ideal for anyone interested in gaining a further understanding of the world around you!  Economics is the study of human behavior and how we act in an economic setting, but more than that it provides us with a better understanding of global politics and the tensions between nations today.Complete with over 85+ video lessons and downloadable notes, the course covers:Introduction to MacroeconomicsGross National Product and Other Economic MeasuresAggregate Demand and Aggregate SupplyMacroeconomic EquilibriumLow UnemploymentLow and Stable Rate of InflationEconomic GrowthEquity in the Distribution of IncomeFiscal and Monetary PolicySupply-Side PoliciesAnd a love of Economics that I hope is contagious!I teach Economics because it fascinates me. Because it is the study of human behavior. Economics isn’t about data and graphs and problem sets. It is the study of people and their story and their history and the forces of society that we are born into. It provides us with an understanding of ourselves. It is not hyperbole to say that a thorough understanding of economics enables us to better understand the human condition. I truly believe that.As a former Peace Corps Volunteer, a graduate of Duke University, and someone who has been fortunate enough to have traveled to over 55 countries around world, you will see how those experiences shape my teachings of Economics. Economics is the study of human behavior; and it is as a result of that behavior that economists have something to put into data charts and diagrams to study. Don’t ever forget that!I am looking forward to being a part of your studies if Macroeconomics!

Overview

Section 1: Welcome to Macroeconomics! Introduction and Overview

Lecture 1 Welcome to Macroeconomics! Introduction and Overview

Section 2: Unit 1: Foundations of Macroeconomics

Lecture 2 Lesson 1: Introduction to Foundations of Macroeconomics

Lecture 3 Lesson 2: The Circular Flow of Income Model

Lecture 4 Lesson 3: Gross Domestic Product and Friends

Lecture 5 Lesson 4: How is National Income Measured?

Lecture 6 Lesson 5: Gross Domestic Product (GDP) vs Gross National Product (GNP)

Lecture 7 Lesson 6: Gross National Income (GNI) vs Net National Income (NNI)

Lecture 8 Lesson 7: Nominal GDP vs Real GDP

Lecture 9 Lesson 8: GDP per Capita

Lecture 10 Study Break!

Lecture 11 Lesson 9: Green GDP

Lecture 12 Lesson 10: Why Are National Income Statistics Gathered?

Lecture 13 Lesson 11: Limitations on National Income Statistics

Lecture 14 Lesson 12: The Business Cycle

Lecture 15 Closing Remarks: Foundations of Macroeconomics

Section 3: Unit 2: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply

Lecture 16 Lesson 1: Introduction to Aggregate Demand (AD)

Lecture 17 Lesson 2: Aggregate Demand: The Components of AD

Lecture 18 Lesson 3: Aggregate Demand and Fiscal Policy

Lecture 19 Lesson 4: Aggregate Demand and Monetary Policy

Lecture 20 Lesson 5: Introduction to Aggregate Supply

Lecture 21 Lesson 6: The Short-Run Aggregate Supply Curve (SRAS)

Lecture 22 Lesson 7: The Long-Run Aggregate Supply Curve (LRAS)

Lecture 23 Lesson 8: The Long-Run: Neoclassical View

Lecture 24 Study Break!

Lecture 25 Lesson 9: The Long-Run: Keynesian View

Lecture 26 Lesson 10: Interventionist Supply-Side Policies

Lecture 27 Lesson 11: Market Based Supply-Side Policies

Lecture 28 Closing Remarks: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply

Section 4: Unit 3: Macroeconomic Equilibrium

Lecture 29 Lesson 1: Introduction to Macroeconomic Equilibrium

Lecture 30 Lesson 2: The Neoclassical Macroeconomic Diagram: “The Rule of 10”

Lecture 31 Lesson 3: The Keynesian Macroeconomic Diagram: “The Rule of 9”

Lecture 32 Lesson 4: Understanding Keynesian Logic: A Silly But Useful Metaphor

Lecture 33 Lesson 5: The Neoclassical Perspective on Macroeconomics

Lecture 34 Lesson 6: The Keynesian Perspective on Macroeconomics

Lecture 35 Closing Remarks: Macroeconomic Equilibrium

Section 5: Unit 4. Low Unemployment

Lecture 36 Lesson 1: Introduction to Low Unemployment

Lecture 37 Lesson 2: The Labor Market Diagram

Lecture 38 Lesson 3: Types of Unemployment

Lecture 39 Lesson 4: Distribution and Costs of Unemployment

Lecture 40 Lesson 5: Expressing Demand-Deficient (Cyclical) Unemployment on a Diagram)

Lecture 41 Study Break!

Lecture 42 Lesson 6: Government Solutions to Unemployment

Lecture 43 Lesson 7: Demand-Side or Supply-Side Solutions to Unemployment?

Lecture 44 Lesson 8: Crowding Out

Lecture 45 Closing Remarks: Low Unemployment

Section 6: Unit 5. Low and Stable Rate of Inflation

Lecture 46 Lesson 1: Introduction to Low and Stable Rate of Inflation

Lecture 47 Lesson 2: Degrees of Inflation

Lecture 48 Lesson 3: Costs of Inflation

Lecture 49 Lesson 4: Deflation

Lecture 50 Lesson 5: Measuring Inflation

Lecture 51 Lesson 6: Issues with Measuring Inflation

Lecture 52 Lesson 7: Demand-Pull Inflation

Lecture 53 Lesson 8: Cost-Push Inflation

Lecture 54 Lesson 9: Inflationary Spiral

Lecture 55 Lesson 10: Government Solutions to Reducing Inflation

Lecture 56 Closing Remarks: Low and Stable Rate of Inflation

Section 7: Unit 6: Economic Growth

Lecture 57 Lesson 1: Introduction to Economic Growth

Lecture 58 Lesson 2: Showing Economic Growth on a Diagram

Lecture 59 Lesson 3: Positive and Negative Impact of Economic Growth

Lecture 60 Closing Remarks: Economic Growth

Section 8: Unit 7: Equity in the Distribution of Income

Lecture 61 Lesson 1: Introduction to Equity in the Distribution of Income

Lecture 62 Lesson 2: Equity vs. Equality

Lecture 63 Lesson 3: Absolute Poverty vs. Relative Poverty

Lecture 64 Lesson 4: The Lorenz Curve

Lecture 65 Lesson 5: The Gini Coefficient

Lecture 66 Study Break!

Lecture 67 Lesson 6: Taxes and Equity in the Distribution of Income

Lecture 68 Lesson 7: Transfer Payments

Lecture 69 Lesson 8: Evaluation of Equity in the Distribution of Income Policies

Lecture 70 Closing Remarks: Equity in the Distribution of Income

Section 9: Unit 8: Fiscal Policy

Lecture 71 Lesson 1: Introduction to Fiscal Policy

Lecture 72 Lesson 2: The Government Budget

Lecture 73 Lesson 3: Expansionary Fiscal Policy

Lecture 74 Lesson 4: Contractionary Fiscal Policy

Lecture 75 Lesson 5: Automatic Stabilizers

Lecture 76 Lesson 6: Supply-Side Impact of Fiscal Policy

Lecture 77 Lesson 7: Evaluating Fiscal Policy

Lecture 78 Closing Remarks: Fiscal Policy

Section 10: Unit 9: Monetary Policy

Lecture 79 Lesson 1: Introduction to Monetary Policy

Lecture 80 Lesson 2: The Money Supply

Lecture 81 Lesson 3: The Money Market Diagram

Lecture 82 Lesson 4: The Demand for Money and Interest Rates

Lecture 83 Lesson 5: The Supply of Money and Interest Rates

Lecture 84 Lesson 6: Monetary Policy and Aggregate Demand

Lecture 85 Lesson 7: Expansionary Monetary Policy

Lecture 86 Lesson 8: Contractionary Monetary Policy

Lecture 87 Lesson 9: Fractional Banking

Lecture 88 Lesson 10: Tools of Monetary Policy

Lecture 89 Lesson 11: Evaluating Monetary Policy

Lecture 90 Closing Remarks: Monetary Policy

Section 11: Unit 10: Supply-Side Policies

Lecture 91 Lesson 1: Introduction to Supply-Side Policies

Lecture 92 Lesson 2: Interventionist Supply-Side Policies

Lecture 93 Lesson 3: Market Based Supply-Side Policies

Lecture 94 Closing Remarks: Supply-Side Policies

Section 12: Thank You and Stay in Touch!

Lecture 95 Thank You and Stay in Touch!

All people of all ages interested learning about the Economics,IB Economics Students,University Students,AP Economics Students,A-Level Economics Students,And ESPECIALLY adults who had a horrible Economics teacher in university!

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Udemy | English | 13h 1m | 25.42 GB
Created by: Brad Cartwright

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