Since it’s now spring semester (my spring semester starts very early, so I am jealous of all of you who are still on break), I figured it would make sense to shift over to macroeconomics a bit rather than exclusively focusing on microeconomics. (It also doesn’t hurt that I’m teaching graduate macro this semester and want to give my students some review materials.) MY students are currently getting into economic growth models, so I figured it would make sense to write up a refresher on some growth math:
Gotta love that mathematical precision gives way to the fact that students giggle too much at a “rule of 69.” 🙂 (And no, I can’t decide if I want to be the pot or the kettle.) See here for an overview of classroom-type materials available on the site.