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  • AMECO Database

    Annual, analysis and reports, European Commission's Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs

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  • ACDCLeadership Playlists

    basic economic concepts, macro unit 2: economic indicators and the business cycle, ad-as, national income, and price determination, financial sector, long-run consequences of stabilization policies, open economy- international trade and finance

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  • Nils Gottfries education

    half-hour introductions to chapters 1-14

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  • AP Macroeconomics Online Course

    Basic economics concepts Economic indicators and the business cycle National income and price determination Financial sector Long-run consequences of stabilization policies Open economy: international trade and finance

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  • eLabs Courses

    Solow Growth model, IS-LM model

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  • Institut fuer Makrooekonomie und Konjunkturforschung

    independent academic institute within the Hans-B?ckler-Foundation, a non-profit organisation fostering co-determination and promoting research and academic study

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  • Interest Rate Rate

    level of risk in investments, vital tool of monetary policy, reduce interest rates to increase investmentnetary policy

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  • Interest Rate Other

    level of risk in investments, vital tool of monetary policy, reduce interest rates to increase investmentnetary policy

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  • Eurostat

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  • AMECO Tool

    Annual, analysis and reports, European Commission's Directorate General for Economic and Financial Affairs

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  • Inflation Wikipedia

    increase in the general price level of goods and services in an economy over a period of time

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  • IS–LM model Wikipedia

    The intersection of the "investment–saving" (IS) and "liquidity preference–money supply" (LM) curves models "general equilibrium" where supposed simultaneous equilibria occur in both the goods and the asset markets

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  • AD–AS model Wikipedia

    The aggregate demand–aggregate supply model is a macroeconomic model that explains price level and output through the relationship of aggregate demand and aggregate supply.

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  • ACDCLeadership

    basic economic concepts, macro unit 2: economic indicators and the business cycle, ad-as, national income, and price determination, financial sector, long-run consequences of stabilization policies, open economy- international trade and finance

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  • Nils Gottfries

    half-hour introductions to chapters 1-14

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  • Lucas critique

    purely empirical relationships cannot be used to do meaningful counterfactual policy analysis

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  • AP Macroeconomics

    Basic economics concepts Economic indicators and the business cycle National income and price determination Financial sector Long-run consequences of stabilization policies Open economy: international trade and finance

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  • eLabs

    Solow Growth model, IS-LM model

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  • Institut fuer Makrooekonomie und Konjunkturforschung

    independent academic institute within the Hans-B?ckler-Foundation, a non-profit organisation fostering co-determination and promoting research and academic study

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