- Course type: Self-paced
- Available Lessons: 148
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1Economic Scarcity and the Function of Choice
Course SummaryGet a comprehensive overview of college macroeconomics concepts using this College Macroeconomics Tutoring Solution. Sequenced similarly to a typical college macroeconomics course, fun lessons boost your knowledge while enabling you to study whenever and wherever your schedule permits.
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- Begin your exam review, assignment or other college macroeconomics work.
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- Understand how scarcity affects economics.
- Provide examples of comparative advantage.
- Explain the relationship between supply and demand.
- Describe different methods for measuring the economy.
- Learn how inflation is adjusted and measured.
- Discuss factors that affect the unemployment rate.
- Compare and contrast the Keynesian and classical models of the economy.
- Learn about macroeconomic equilibrium.
- Become familiar with the Phillips curve model of inflation and unemployment.
- Take a look at factors that affect economic growth and productivity.
- List the different types of financial assets.
- Explain how the Federal Reserve affects the money supply.
- Discuss fiscal and monetary policies.
- Learn about foreign currency exchange rates.
- Describe how international trade works.
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