Dr. Elaine Peterson's ECON2500 Page

Principles of Macroeconomics

Syllabus for Section 1 spring 2011 meets at 11 am

 

Please visit Blackboard for More Information and Short Assignments

http://www.csustan.edu/blackboard/

 

Please watch online lecture by Yasheng Huang and make an outline of key points, “Global and Domestic Imbalances: Why Rural China is the Key”, given June 6, 2009, http://mitworld.mit.edu/video/692 , MIT World, MIT Sloan School of Management

 

Some Practice Questions

            Examples of Supply and Demand Questions

Slides going over potential responses to Supply and Demand Questions

 


Practice questions for Exam 1

Slides going over some potential responses to practice exam 1


Practice questions for Exam 2

Slides going over some potential responses to practice exam 2


Practice questions for Exam 3

Slides going over some potential responses to practice exam 3


Practice questions for Final

Slides going over some potential responses to practice final

 

Some Interesting/Useful Sites for Econ2500  

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
CCER National Budget Simulation
Economic Report of the President

U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics: Consumer Price Indexes

BLS CPI text table
Morningstar
 

Discussion Lists
To join a discussion list for this class please send an email message to the professor epeterson@csustan.edu indicating your name and the number of the section in which you are enrolled. 

 

To send a message to the discussion list for this class send a message to:
econ2500-1-L@csustan.edu  for section at 1 pm or

Econ2500-4-L@csustan.edu for section 4 at 10 am.

Comments or Suggestions? Please send email to epeterson@csustan.edu


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