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This is a good, well-written book with many interesting theorems and examples. It has one major mistake which should be corrected if there is ever another edition. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Math Guy
A must have if you are taking a PhD in Economics. A great book, with a lot (but not all) of good material for a basic Macro course. Read morePublished 3 months ago by LKKS
Impossible to learn from. There's some economics in there, somewhere. Its a poorly written math book with some econ words and symbols thrown in for kicks.Published 4 months ago by John D
Paper quality is bad, kind of "rough".
About the content, I will look at it only from September on. But it seems to be more math than macro theory.
Good Book! Good delivery speed! Really enjoy the experience of reading it. This is a classic economic theory book. I suggest any economic graduate student should buy one.Published 21 months ago by ying tan
A (very) rare macroeconomics textbook that's rigorous, and excellently done on top of it. The presentation style is the same as to what you'd find in a math textbook but with a... Read morePublished on April 20, 2013 by A reader
this is not exactly the one I have expected to get because it was covered by some grey colored thick paper like copied book. but I guess contents are the same.Published on December 26, 2012 by klee
It's one of those books that most graduate students in Economics have, but few actually open. Personally, I found chapters 3 and 9 to be the only ones worth reading for their... Read morePublished on December 14, 2012 by Konstantin Golyaev
This book is very important for the clearity and the elegancy of the mathematic methods that the auctor uses for explicating the application to macroeconomy. Read morePublished on April 24, 2009 by Edoardo Angeloni