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Macroeconomic Theory Class Notes

Macroeconomic Theory Class Notes

This note covers the following topics: Solow growth model, Ramsey growth model, Diamond overlapping-generations model Endogenous growth and human capital models, Empirical growth analyses, Business cycles and RBC models, Traditional business-cycle models, New Keynesian IS-LM, Phillips curve, Lucas imperfect-information model, Imperfect competition and sticky prices, Dynamic pricing models, Unemployment models and Investment theory.

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