This is a collection of 13 essay questions gathered from several past exam papers that pertain to one or more of the following topics:
- Defining Economics: A Brief History
- Models 1: Instrumentalism
- Models 2: Isolating Causes and Credible Worlds
- Does Macroeconomics need Microfoundations?
- What works in Development?
- Making the World Fit the Model (i.e. performativity)
- Is Economics to Blame for its Failure to Predict the Financial Crisis
For each question, I have constructed a detailed essay outline with clear outlined positions and references. This was my own study guide for the final exam, but it can also be used throughout the year to guide students with essay structures/plans, or to give you a feel of the important information that you should be retaining from each topic. My information was gathered from a variety of sources including required/further readings, lectures, class discussions, as well as student essay banks.
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