In this revised and updated edition of A Concise Guide to Macroeconomics, David A. Moss draws on his years of teaching at Harvard Business School to explain important macro concepts using clear and engaging language. This guidebook covers the essentials of macroeconomics and examines, in a simple and intuitive way, the core ideas of output, money, and expectations. Early chapters leave you with an understanding of everything from fiscal policy and central banking to business cycles and international trade. Later chapters provide a brief monetary history of the United States as well as the basics of macroeconomic accounting. You'll learn why countries trade, why exchange rates move, and what makes an economy grow. Moss' detailed examples will arm you with a clear picture of how the economy works and how key variables impact business and will equip you to anticipate and respond to major macroeconomic events, such as a sudden depreciation of the real exchange rate or a steep hike in the federal funds rate.
Listen to this book from start to finish for a complete overview of macroeconomics, or use it as a reference when you're confronted with specific challenges, like the need to make sense of monetary policy or to read a balance of payments statement. Either way you'll come away with a broad understanding of the subject and its key pieces, and you'll be empowered to make smarter business decisions.
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"Current and Comprehensive."
The content, stories, and examples were current and comprehensive making the information applicable for today.
"Easy to learn macroeconomics"
loved the content and flow.
good explanation on monetary policies.
The explanations of GDP and the history of fiat currency were compelling. Some sections, such as recent IMF balance sheet policy details seemed out of place in what is meant to be billed as a high level, foundational overview.
"If you have passed macroeconomics..."
its like having a college text book read to you with professors insites. not a bad book but the reading was generic and the information is learned in college
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