Study of the national economy in terms of aggregate spending, money supply, and foreign trade. Various theories are put forth to explain business cycles in both the United States and the world economy. The growing importance of international trade, finance, and exchange rates are also considered. A central focus will be directed at what determines living standards and how society can best achieve its most desired economic objectives, given the existing political constraints and vulnerabilities to external shocks. Course Objectives: At the conclusion of this course, students will be able to: Explain scarcity and how market forces operate to allocate resources and distribute incomes. Critique the tools of both fiscal and monetary policies. Determine the causes of inflation, unemployment, and economic growth. Assess the impact of government policies on the distribution of income and allocation of resources. Analyze current macroeconomic events from the media. ORDER THIS ESSAY HERE NOW AND GET A DISCOUNT !!!