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Macroeconomics: a European Text

Michael Burda () and Charles Wyplosz ()

in OUP Catalogue from Oxford University Press

Abstract: Macroeconomics teaches students to be young economists, providing a contemporary approach to the subject and a wealth of real-life case studies to allow students to understand how economics works in practice. Responding to the financial crisis, this text explains the modern approach to macroeconomics with simplicity and rigour, while retaining the focus on particular characteristics of the European economy. The authors analyse different theoretical approaches and contextualise theory with up-to-date monetary policy examples. Helpful learning features throughout the text including; boxes, chapter summaries, key concepts, end of chapter exercises, and essay questions, support students' learning, and the book is accompanied by an extensive Online Resource Centre designed to help students take their learning further. Online Resource Centre: Student Resources: Sample exam questions Multiple choice questions Review questions Web appendices Web links Lecturer Resources: Power Point slides Excel based exercises for macroeconomic modelling Lecture plans Case studies Revision questions Solutions to end-of-chapter exercises Test bank VLE cartridge

Date: 2017
Edition: 7
ISBN: 9780198737513
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