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Detailed ECON110 Notes

Written by Lily

- All weeks Topics: - Measuring Macroeconomic Performance: Output and Prices - Unemployment and t...

71 pages, 11987 words

Concise Notes for Macroeconomic Principles - ECON110 (Notes + Diagrams + Calculations)

Written by Ryan

Provided is a clear and concise version of ECON110 notes. The content is consistent with the Session...

102 pages, 8131 words

HIGH DISTINCTION ECON110 Macroeconomic Principles Notes

Written by Michael

Understanding how easy it is to fall behind in units very quickly, especially when maths and challen...

50 pages, 13410 words

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Reviews

This course was every interesting. Make sure you attend the Jeffrey Sheen stream of lectures (that is, if he still teaches the course) because he is the best Macroeconomics teacher in the school. Overall, it's an engaging course that requires a lot of effort, but is quite rewarding. Understanding the concepts at a deep level makes this course really engaging and satisfying.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

This is a simple course, basic concepts. Best idea is to get the textbook, the diagrams are clear, concise and easy to follow. The diagrams are more in-depth and detailed than those in 111, but the content is more applicable (generally) than 111 concepts. A lot of C+I+G+X-M stuff, looking at each individually and seeing how it affects AD and AS. My recommendation: get the text for it. Life saver when the lecture isn't quite enough.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Very applicable to real life. However, some topics can be challenging to understand such Aggregate Demand/Supply. A lot of stuff you need to memorise. Diagrams are more complicated than those in microeconomics

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2017

It’s easy if you did hsc economics, it’s a chill class with a good lecturer

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

It talks about what happens in an economy and this course is based on reality which makes understanding concepts easy.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

A really practical unit, particular useful if u are not a business student as it provide you with basic understanding on how the economy work. Textbook is not helpful for exam. Make sure you finish all tutorial questions and go to every online consultation sessions.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2015

Interesting course, but can get difficult if you dont keep up. Macro is always more interesting as it is very applicable to practical scenarios.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2013

If you're an Arts student who isn't familiar with economics, I would advise you to run in the opposite direction of this course. However, it WAS very interesting, so if you need to do this course, stay on top of the homework and you'll be ok. But srsly like it made me want to cry

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Mid semester and Final can be a little tricky. Focus on tutorial homework answers to prepare and more detail for graphs the better.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2014

Know your models, formulas and Keynesian theory well and it's not overly difficult. A lot easier if you've done Economics before (HSC, etc), but still a lot of additional content to learn.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2012