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Fiscal Policy
Notable Blogs/Web Sites:
Greg Mankiw | Paul Krugman | Gary Becker and Richard Posner | Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok | Mark Thoma | Brad DeLong | James Hamilton and Menzie Chinn | Robert Reich | Josh Hendrickson | Macroblog: Fed Atlanta | Economix | Aplia | EconLog | Free Exchange | Freakonomics | Library of Economics and Liberty | The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics | EconTalk | Clive Crook | Megan McArdle

ECO 62: Macroeconomic Analysis

Instructor: Udayan Roy

Course Outline (PDF)

Guide to macroeconomic data online

Long Island University
LIU Post
Economics Department