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Summary: EC1002 Introduction to Economics - Part 4: Macroeconomics

Part 4 of detailed summary of EC1002 - Introduction to Economics, based on the textbook 'Economics' by Begg, Fischer, Vernasca and Dornbusch (11th edition). Beginner level, for introductory economics course. Part 4 includes chapters 15-25 and 28, namely: GDP and aggregate demand - IS-LM model - AS-AD model - Inflation and unemployment - Open economy macroeconomics - Growth theory

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