This guide offers various ways for students to learn the material in the new edition of Macroeconomics and assess their understanding of theories and their application to reality.
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This guide offers various ways for students to learn the material in the new edition and assess their understanding: - Fill-In Questions give students the opportunity to review and check their knowledge of the key terms and concepts in the chapter - Multiple-Choice Questions allow students to test themselves on the chapter material - Exercises guide students step by step through the various models using graphs and numerical examples - Problems ask students to apply the models on their own - Questions to Think About require critical thinking as well as economic analysis. - Data Questions ask students to obtain and learn about readily available economic data
ROGER T. KAUFMAN is a Professor of Economics at Smith College. He received his doctorate in economics from MIT in 1978. He has taught courses in macroeconomics, labor economics, mathematical economics and health economics. In 1998 he was awarded the all-college Senior Faculty Teaching Award. His recent research projects include an analysis of gain-sharing on productivity and wages, several topics concerning the economics of higher education, and wage and employment structures in Japan. He has received a Fulbright Research Fellowship, a fellowship from the EEC, and an Austin Fellowship.