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Fiscal and Monetary Policy PPTs 65 slides - Quantitative Easing, Fisher Equation

Fiscal and Monetary Policy PPTs 65 slides - Quantitative Easing, Fisher Equation
Fiscal and Monetary Policy PPTs 65 slides - Quantitative Easing, Fisher Equation
Fiscal and Monetary Policy PPTs 65 slides - Quantitative Easing, Fisher Equation
Fiscal and Monetary Policy PPTs 65 slides - Quantitative Easing, Fisher Equation
Fiscal and Monetary Policy PPTs 65 slides - Quantitative Easing, Fisher Equation
Fiscal and Monetary Policy PPTs 65 slides - Quantitative Easing, Fisher Equation
Fiscal and Monetary Policy PPTs 65 slides - Quantitative Easing, Fisher Equation
Fiscal and Monetary Policy PPTs 65 slides - Quantitative Easing, Fisher Equation
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High quality 65-slide PPT megapack for A Level Economics (IB and AP compatible) Macroeconomics topics: Fiscal Policy and Monetary Policy

Fully demonstrates and explains (10 superb diagrams in total) the key points of this huge topic area including:
Sources of government revenue
Types of, and reasons for, government expenditure
Budget surpluses and deficits, including the PSNCR/PSBR
The multiplier effect of an increase in government spending
Automatic stabilisers
M0, M2, M4 and the Monetary Transmission Mechanism
Functions of the Central Bank
Open Market Operations
How the banking system works, the reserve ratio and the credit multiplier
Liquidity Preference Theory, Money Demand and how equilibrium in the Money Market is reached
Interest rate and interest rate policy (including the Discount Rate)
Quantitative Easing, Helicopter Drops and Expansionary Fiscal and Monetary Policy
The Liquidity Trap
The Market for Loanable Funds
'Crowding Out'
Savings and Investment Incentives and Policies
The Fisher Equation, The Quantity Theory of Money and how an increase in the Money Supply can cause inflation
Keynesian Theory / Policymaking Approaches vs. Monetarist Theory / Policymaking Approaches

Can be easily complemented with any standard A Level (e.g. Anderton), IB (e.g. Tragakes) or AP (e.g. Krugman) texts for effective delivery of the unit.

Tried and tested in various learning environments with strong results in terms of student understanding.
Total Pages
65 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
4 days
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