UniMelb

Semester 2, 2018


H1 ECON10003 Exam Notes

47 pages

1,895 words

$34.00

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Description

Includes:
-PDF friendly. Can be read from mobile devices
-clear and concise definitions, broken into parts for easier understanding
-Clear, readable fonts
-Carefully drawn figures
-color differentiated exam tips
-tables that help improve memorization
-different ways for you to tackle questions
-space for you to jot down your own notes.
-important formulas, segregated according to usage and importance
-some aesthetic sense to keep you alive through this subject.

PERFECT FOR THOSE WHO HATE BIG BLOCKS OF TEXT
These notes were made for those who find blocks of text difficult to read which are made easy through the use of proper sectioning and nice fonts.

It also helps to provide an understandable flow of calculations and figures to ease comprehension of students.

These notes helped me achieve a H1 in ECON10003 and were personally made by referring through lectures, tutorials and various textbooks in a more fun and refreshing manner.

Please do not redistribute.

Contents:
1. Introduction to Gross Domestic Product
2. Measures of GDP
3. Inflation and Interest Rates
4. Saving and Investment
5. Labor Market
6. Short Run Economic Fluctuations
7. Keynesian Model- Planned Aggregate Demand
8. Keynesian Model- Injections and Withdrawals
9. Fiscal Policy
10. Financial Markets
11. Monetary Policy
12. Aggregate Demand
13. Aggregate Supply
14. Short Run and Long Run AD-AS Equilibrium
15. Economic Growth
16. Solow-Swan Model
17. Convergence and Growth Accounting
18. Production Possibility Frontier
19. International Trade
20. Nominal and Real Exchange Rates
21. Exchange Rate Systems and Trilemma of ER systems
22. Balance of Payments
23. Capital Flows and Interest Rates

Author

Farha

Campus

UniMelb, Parkville

Member since

January 2018