Semester 1, 2018

ECON2102 Comprehensive Notes with Lecture Examples Explained

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Full ECON2102 notes that are perfect for finals. It contains a detailed explanation of the lecture examples, which are similar to the questions in the final exam and the journal assignments.

Notes have been collected predominantly on the lecture slides and the textbook - "Macroeconomics" (Charles Jones, W.W. Norton & Company, New York).


1 A model of production
2 Exogenous growth; Solow Swan growth model
3 Endogenous Growth; Ideas and the Romer Model
4 Labour Market, Wages, and Unemployment
5 Inflation
6 Introduction to the Short Run
7 A short-run model and the IS curve
8 The Great Recession: A First Look
9 Classic Model of IS/LM and AD/AS
10 Monetary Policy and the Phillips Curve
11 The AD-AS model and the Great Financial Crisis