1 Introduction to Macroeconomics
2 Measuring the Macroeconomy
3 An Overview of Long-Run Economic Growth
4 A Model of Production
5 The Solow Growth Model
6 Growth and Ideas
7 The Labor Market, Wages, and Unemployment
8 Inflation
9 An Overview of the Short-Run Model
10 The IS Curve
11 Monetary Policy and the Phillips Curve
12 Stabilization Policy and the AS/AD Framework
13 The Global Financial Crisis: Overview
14 The Global Financial Crisis and the Short-Run Model
15 The Government and the Macroeconomy
16 International Trade
17 Exchange Rates and International Finance
18 Parting Thoughts

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Current Macroeconomic Events
A Supplementary Chapter to Macroeconomics (W.W. Norton, 2008)

Charles I. Jones

This brief supplementary chapter discusses current macroeconomic events, with special emphasis on the U.S. economy. As the economy softens and inflation continues to rise, we study the events that brought us to this point. In particular, we analyze the macroeconomic implications of the rise in the prices of basic commodities such as oil and corn, the collapse of housing prices, and the financial turmoil of the last year. The final section of the note uses the AS/AD framework of Macroeconomics to help us understand these events and what the future may hold.


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