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LUBS3505
Module Reading List

Advanced Macroeconomics, 2019/20, Semester 1
Antonio Rodriguez Gil
a.rodriguezgil@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

There is no single textbook for this module although the following books can be used as main reference texts:

Basic readings

B. Hillier (1991), The Macroeconomic Debate

G. Fontana and M. Setterfield (eds. 2010), Macroeconomic theory and macroeconomic pedagogy

W. Carlin and D. Soskice (2015), Macroeconomics. Institutions, Instability and the financial system.

W. Carlin and D. Soskice (2006), Macroeconomics : imperfections, institutions, and policies.

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Advanced readings

B. Snowdon, H.R. Vane & P. Wynarczyk (2005), A Modern Guide to Macroeconomics

B. Snowdon & H.R. Vane, A Macroeconomics Reader

T. Jenkinson, Readings in Macroeconomics (2 nd ed.)

N.G. Mankiw, Macroeconomics (6 th ed.), New York: Worth 2006.

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Other Readings

K.A. Chrystal & S. Price, Controversies in macroeconomics (3 rd ed.)

P. Davidson, Post Keynesian macroeconomic theory

P. Davidson, Controversies in post Keynesian economics

P. Fallon & D. Verry, The economics of labour markets

P.G. Korliras & R.S. Thorn, Modern macroeconomics

E. Malinvaud, The theory of unemployment reconsidered

N.G. Mankiw & D. Romer (eds.), New Keynesian Economics, vol. 1

N.G. Mankiw & D. Romer (eds.), New Keynesian Economics, vol. 2

P. Sinclair, Unemployment: economic theory and evidence

This list was last updated on 03/10/2019