This is a study guide (70+ pages long) that I created in preparation for the final exam. It is extremely detailed in a sense that it provides full coverage of assigned readings as well as lectures. The lecture notes cover the information presented on the slides, as well as the information discussed by the lecturer and students.
This study guide is not only helpful for studying for final exams, but can also be used to write detailed essay plans/structures or to give you in-depth knowledge of the covered topics.
This study guide focuses on 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
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- Manually Checked for Accuracy
- Module and Course Specific