TIP - Macroeconomics
These links are provided as a supplement to the Talent Identification Program's course in macroeconomics.
Links to Prezis:
- Opportunity costs, PPF, and Economic Systems
- Economic Decision Makers
- Demand and Supply
- Introduction to Macroeconomics
- National Income Accounting
- Unemployment and Inflation
- Aggregate Expenditures
- Aggregate Expenditures and Aggregate Demand
- Aggregate Supply
- Fiscal Policy
- Federal Budgets
- Banking and the money supply
- Monetary Theory and Policy
- Active or Passive Policy
The macroeconomic video projects from Term I, 2012 can be found here.
Review materials on the web
- Economic Glossary
- A glossary of economics terms provided by Orley Amos (Oklahoma State University).
- Multiple choice questions from the textbook website
- This website contains multiple choice review questions for each chapter in the textbook.
- Explorations in Economic Demand and Explorations in Economic Supply (by Kim Sosin)
- An online example of demand and supply analysis with discussion questions.
- Exploring Supply and Demand (by Kim Sosin)
- An online quiz that tests basic demand and supply concepts.
- Online multiple choice exams provided by Orley Amos (Oklahoma State University).
- Try reviewing before taking your tests. These questions should help
your review process.
- Orley Amos' Extra Credit
- This fantasy/adventure story/tutorial reviews fundamental economics topics.
Online introductory economics texts:
- A Pedestrian's Guide to Economics by Orley Amos (Oklahoma State University)
- An online, and expanded, version of his print book entitled Economic Literacy. This document provides a sound nontechnical introduction to fundamental economic concepts.
- Essential Principles of Economics: A Hypermedia Approach by Roger A. McCain (Drexel University)
- This online hypermedia text contains a good discussion of introductory economics topics.
General purpose economics resources on the web:
Do school vouchers improve the quality of education?
Do slave redemption programs reduce the problem of slavery?
Do technological advances result in higher unemployment?
Is there a New Economy?
How should the U.S. budget surplus be used?
Should U.S. financial markets be deregulated?
Should the Federal reserve aim at a zero inflation policy?