The macroeconomy is the sum of all our productive efforts, spending, and income. Economic outcomes are the result of our complex interactions with other people, businesses, the government, as well as with people and businesses globally. In this economics course, you will learn the basic stylized framework that economists use to think about, account for, measure and explain these complex interactions and outcomes.
|University:||Arizona State University|
|Start:||currently not in session|
|Workload per week:||18.0 h|
|Tags||economic policy , fluctuation , growth , macroeconomics|