Any intermediate + economic book recommendations

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abs9986
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Any intermediate + economic book recommendations

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I've taken several intro economics courses and I was wondering if anyone had any intermediate or advanced economic book recommendations. Im mostly interested in macroeconomics and monetary policy.
BalancedJCB19
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Re: Any intermediate + economic book recommendations

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It sounds like you are heading into advanced territory. I found it a little hard to grasp, but it sounds like this might work for you. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3ZJKN_5M44
dan23
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Re: Any intermediate + economic book recommendations

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I think we used the Abel Bernanke textbook for Intermediate Macro when I was in college, but can't remember for sure.

You could also look at what some open courseware courses used for Intermediate Macro. For example, you could go to MIT courses, go to the Intermediate Macro courses and click on Readings to see what textbook they use: https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/economics/
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Re: Any intermediate + economic book recommendations

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Cool thanks, any other suggestions?
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