• Advanced Placement Macroeconomics

      2014-2015 Academic Year                                                                         

    College-level course approved by the AP Central Collegeboard                                          

    The Advanced Placement course in macroeconomics gives students the opportunity to earn college credit in macroeconomics while still in high school. More importantly, the content of an AP macroeconomics course helps students develop critical thinking skills through the understanding, application and analysis of fundamental macroeconomic concepts. Students also learn to apply quantitative and mathematical skills to the discipline of macroeconomics, test economic propositions empirically, improve their decision-making skills and apply economic logic to a wide variety of real world and hypothetical situations

    Course Materials

    N. Gregory Mankiw, Principles of Economics, 5th Ed. Ohio: South-Western Cengage Learning 

    Advanced Placement Economics: Macroeconomic student activities, 3rd Ed. 2003 National Council of Economic Education  

    Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science by Charles Wheelan


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