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On Writing and the Writing Assignments
A few of the posts linked at Student Guest Posts on supplysideliberal.com 1/22
On Having a Thesis 1/22
Brio in Blog Posts 1/22
On Reading and Learning
Chapter 1—The Science of Macroeconomics
Chapter 2—The Data of Macroeconomics
Growth Rates and the Rule of 70 (.doc download)
Chapter 3—National Income: Where It Comes From and Where It Goes
Why Taxes are Bad 2/13
Can Taxes Raise GDP? 2/13
Chapter 4—The Monetary System: What It Is and How It Works
Chapter 5—Inflation: Its Causes, Effects and Social Costs
Chapter 6—The Open Economy
Chapter 7—Unemployment and the Labor Market
Chapter 8—Economic Growth I: Capital Accumulation and Population Growth
Chapter 9—Economic Growth II: Technology, Empirics and Policy
Restoring American Growth: The Video (Please watch the whole thing by 4/27/18—you need this material to tackle a question on the practice exam. Watching this video counts as a makeup class.)
Chapter 10—Introduction to Economic Fluctuations
Optional: The pictures and videos in the aggregator post "How and Why to Eliminate the Zero Lower Bound: A Reader’s Guide" may help you.