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Macroeconomics is the branch of economics that studies the behaviour and performance of an economy as a whole. A variety of economy-wide phenomena is thoroughly examined in the field such as inflation, price levels, and rate of growth, national income, gross domestic product and changes in unemployment.

The [course_title] course covers these key areas of Macroeconomics including Fiscal Policy, Monetary Policy, and International Trade. The course also discusses various complexities of Macroeconomic policies.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Saylor Academy

Course Curriculum

Module: 01
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Unemployment Rate Primer” 00:10:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Circular Flow of Income and Expenditures” 00:09:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Actual CPI-U Basket of Goods” 00:07:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Aggregate Demand” 00:14:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Breakdown of Gas Prices” 00:12:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Calculating Real Return in Last Year Dollars” 00:03:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Components of GDP” 00:05:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Cost Push Inflation” 00:06:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Deflation” 00:03:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Deflation Despite Increases in Money Supply” 00:04:00
Module: 02
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Deflationary Spiral” 00:04:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Demand – Pull Inflation under Johnson” 00:09:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Example Calculating Real GDP with a Deflator” 00:06:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Examples of Accounting for GDP” 00:06:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Full Reserve Banking” 00:08:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “GDP Deflator” 00:06:00
Saylor.org ECON102: TED’s “Hans Rosling Asia’s Rise: How and When” 00:16:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Hyperinflation” 00:04:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Income and Expenditure Views of GDP” 00:05:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Inflation Data” 00:03:00
Module: 03
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Interest as Rent for Money” 00:10:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Introduction to Inflation” 00:08:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Investment and Consumption” 00:08:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Keynesian Economics” 00:12:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Long-Run Aggregate Supply” 00:05:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Moderate Inflation in a Good Economy” 00:03:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Monetary and Fiscal Policy” 00:09:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Money Supply and Demand Impacting Interest Rates” 00:08:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Money Supply – M0, M1, and M2” 00:10:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “More on Final and Intermediate GDP Contributions” 00:03:00
Module: 04
Saylor.org ECON102: The Khan Academy’s “Overview of Fractional Reserve Banking” 00:08:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Parsing Gross Domestic Product” 00:12:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Phillips Curve” 00:09:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Real and Nominal Return” 00:03:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Real GDP and Nominal GDP” 00:08:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s”Real GDP Driving Price” 00:06:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Relation between Nominal and Real Returns and Inflation” 00:04:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Risks of Keynesian Thinking” 00:08:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Shifts in Aggregate Demand” 00:05:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Short Run Aggregate Supply” 00:12:00
Module: 05
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Simple Fractional Reserve Accounting (part 1)” 00:09:00
Saylor.org ECON102: khan Academy’s “Simple Fractional Reserve Accounting (part 2)” 00:07:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Stagflation” 00:03:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Tax Lever of Fiscal Policy” 00:03:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “The Business Cycle” 00:11:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Unemployment” 00:13:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Velocity of Money Rather than Quantity Driving Prices” 00:03:00
Saylor.org ECON102: Khan Academy’s “Weaknesses of Fractional Reserve Lending” 00:08:00
Saylor.org ECON102: “Real GDP” 00:03:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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