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If concepts like "national budget," "GDP," and "international trade" make your eyes glaze over, check out Shmoop's AP Macroeconomics guide for a crash course in real-world issues...and a slew of helpful tips for conquering the exam.

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Specifically designed for mastering the AP Macroeconomics exam. Learn why you should focus your studying on inflation and unemployment, why the Fed is so darn important, and what makes macroeconomics so much bigger than microeconomics.

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  • Comparative Advantage, Absolute Advantage, Specialization & Exchange

  • Macroeconomic Issues: Business Cycle, Unemployment, Inflation & Growth

  • Measurement of Economic Importance

  • Real vs. Nominal GDP, GDP Deflator, and Consumer Price Index

  • Economic Growth & Productivity

  • The Financial Sector

  • Stocks and Bonds

  • The Fed, Banks and the Creation of Money

  • National Income & Price Determination

  • Mechanics of Economic Fluctuations

  • Inflation, Unemployment & Stabilization Policies

  • Fiscal Policy and Limitations of Monetary Policy

  • Open Economy: International Trade & Finance

  • Inflation, Unemployment & Stabilization Policies

  • Balance of Payments and Exchange Rates

  • And a lot more!

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