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Macroeconomics I (winter semester 2018/2019)

dr Arkadiusz Sieroń - 4 Październik, 2018 - 10:59

Dear Students,
I uploaded the results of the exam with the grades. As it turned out that the question were quite difficult, I use the relative valuation. This is why you have higher grades that the number of points would suggest. So, congratulations!
If you have any questions, comments, or would you like to improve your grades, or just to see your exams, you are welcomed on Tuesday, December 11, 17:00-18:30, 301C, or during my office hours.

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Dear Students,
We will have an exam on December 5, 13:10-14:45 (or later if needed), 2.03D.
For preparing to an exam, you can look at questions in textbooks by Cowen & Tabarrok, and Mankiw as well. You can also watch the movies prepared by Cowen & Tabarrok - it's good on-line course of principles of macroeconomics: https://www.mruniversity.com/courses/principles-economics-macroeconomics
(here is for example about the money multiplier we have discussed today: https://www.mruniversity.com/courses/principles-economics-macroeconomics...)
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Dear Students,
Next classses will be held on November 28, 13:15-16:30, 2.03D.
Please read chapters 8 and 9 from textbook by Cowen & Tabarrok.

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Dear Students,
Next classess will be held on November 13 (Tuesday, not Wednesday!), classroom 2C, building C (it's a computer classroom), 15:00-16:30.
Please read chapters 6 and 12 from Mankiw's textbook (attached below).

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Dear Students, we will not have classes on October 31. The next classes will hold on November 7 please read chapter 12 from textbook by Cowen & Tabarrok about inflation and quantity theory of money, and the Economist's article about the problems with measurement of inflation.

Please remember that we will meet at 13:15,  classroom: 2.03D. The classes will end at 14:45.

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Dear Students, for classes held on October 24, please read chapter 11 from textbook by Cowen & Tabarrok about the labor market and the unemployment, and the Economist's article about the natural rate of unemployment.

Please remember that we will meet at 13:15,  classroom 218, building A.

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Dear Students, for classes held on October 17, please read chapter 6 from textbook by Cowen & Tabarrok and the article from The Economists about problems with GDP (attached), as well as the BBC's article on the falling costs of light estimated by this year's Nobel Laureate William Nordhaus: https://www.bbc.com/news/business-38650976

Please remember that we will meet at 13:15. Classroom 101, building C.

Dear Students, for classes held on October 10, please read chapter 7 from textbook by Cowen & Tabarrok (attached, lecture) and the article from The Economist about the Great Divergence (attached, discussions).