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ECON 201: Macroeconomics

School: Northwestern University

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Positive vs. Normative Economics: Decoding Economic Statements Explain
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Distinguish between positive and normative economic statements with real-world examples. Grasp the difference between objective explanations and value judgments in economics. Master the foundations of economic thought and their application.

Barter to Money: How Double-Coincidence of Wants Evolved Trade
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Explore the historical barter system and its challenges, particularly the double-coincidence of wants. Witness how the need for simpler transactions led societies from direct barter to embracing mediums of exchange like money.

Shoeleather Costs: The Hidden Economics of Everyday Banking Activities
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Understand the economic implications of "cost" and its relevance in daily decision-making. Learn about shoeleather costs, including its tangible and intangible components. Grasp how different scenarios impact these costs and ways to optimize them.

Elasticity & Trade: How Demand Shapes Economic Gains for Nations
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Explore how elasticity of demand impacts gains from trade in economies. Understand the relationship between demand elasticity and benefits for consumers and producers. Debunk misconceptions about inelastic demand and trade gains.

"Economics Basics: Circular-Flow Diagram Explained
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Explore the fundamental concept of the circular-flow diagram in economics, which simplifies the intricate interactions between households and firms. Includes examples illustrating how money, labor, and services flow between these economic actors.

First Video In Our Three Part Series for Midterms

Intro to Economics: Understanding the Fundamentals of Spending

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Explore economics with a focus on scarcity, supply and demand, and elasticity. Gain practical insights into decision-making and economic principles that impact our world.

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