Economics I: Macroeconomics
Economics I, also known as Macroeconomics, is frequently a required course for many degree programs, from Liberal Arts and Business degrees to MBA programs, and of course, Economics degrees.
If you’re constantly wondering how national and global economies act and interact, Macroeconomics is where you’ll find the answers. In Macroeconomics, you will study international issues in today's global economy as well as core concepts like supply and demand, economic measures, growth, employment, and inflation.
Economics I: Macroeconomics from McGraw-Hill
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