Macroeconomics lessons by unit with all of the concepts, formulas, and graphs that you need to know:
|Unit 1: Basic Economic Concepts||Unit 2: Measuring Economic Performance||Unit 3: AD/AS - Fiscal Policy|
|Unit 4: Money, Monetary Policy, and Economic Stability||Unit 5: Policies and Growth||Unit 6: International Trade and Finance|
Macroeconomics - AP Exam Review Power Session (PowerPoint Slides)
AP Macroeconomics Course Review Notes (Printable PDF from Economics AP mobile app)
Economics eBooks for students of AP Macroeconomics. Download both No Bull Review books (pay what you want pricing available). The first half of each book covers macroeconomic unit-by-unit and every graph that you must know.
Be sure to learn and apply these six core economic principles - these are concepts that all reasonable economists agree on:
1. People Economize
2. All Choices Involve Cost
3. People Respond to Incentives
4. Economic Systems Influence Individual Choices and Incentives
5. Voluntary Trade Creates Wealth
6. The Consequences of Choices Lie in the Future
Recommended books (alphabetical) to help you better understand basic economic concepts:
Armchair Economist by Steven E. Landsburg applies basic economic reasoning to life.
Baseball Economist by J.C. Bradbury applies basic economic principles to baseball.
Cartoon Introduction to Economics: Volume 1: Microeconomics by Yoram Bauman & Grady Klein is the most fun book on this list.
Cartoon Introduction to Economics: Volume 2: Macroeconomics by Yoram Bauman & Grady Klein is the second most fun book on this list.
Discover Your Inner Economist by Tyler Cowen applies basic economic reasoning to daily life.
Economic Facts and Fallacies by Thomas Sowell uses economic reasoning to explore social issues.
Economic Naturalist by Robert H. Frank is a collection of economic problems that Professor Frank's students solved.
Economics in One Lesson by Henry Hazlitt provides nice overview of classical concepts and fallacies.
Freakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner applies basic economic reasoning to life with a focus on individual incentives.
New Ideas From Dead Economists by Todd G. Buchholz gives an overview of history's most popular economists and applies 21st century ideas to their theories.
Predictably Irrational By Dan Ariely provides an introduction to the study of behavorial economics.
Return of Depression Economics by Paul Krugman analyzes economic lessons from Japan's "lost decade."
Superfreakonomics by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner applies basic economic reasoning again.
Worldly Philosophers by Robert L. Heilbroner explores history's most popular economists.
Cafe Hayek http://cafehayek.com/
Econ Browser http://www.econbrowser.com/
Paul Krugman http://krugman.blogs.nytimes.com/
Greg Mankiw http://gregmankiw.blogspot.com
Marginal Revolution http://marginalrevolution.com
Predictably Irrational http://predictablyirrational.com