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4 sem. hrs. Provides perspective on the economy as a whole. Examines how interactions among national levels of consumption, saving, investment, trade, and government policy cause inflation, unemployment, and the economy's oscillation between prosperity and recession. Pays close attention to current macroeconomic events, including changes in the Federal Reserve's monetary policy and the fiscal impact of the national budget.