unemployment in Canada,
Requirements: Choose a macroeconomics topic that interests you. It could be unemployment in Canada, money, inflation, or recessions and booms in Alberta, etc.. As you work through the course find two (2) articles that relate to your chosen topic. Review each of these articles for their meaning and relatedness to the chosen concept(s) from the textbook. Make sure these articles relate to macroeconomics – the aggregate level, rather than microeconomics at a firm or individual level
Please follow these guidelines:
Use different sources of media for your information. Use Google news or particular websites of interest to find appropriate articles. The more you review, the more you will see how the social science of macroeconomics affects everything that we do in our daily lives. Newspapers, media clips, magazines, journals are acceptable. However, you may not use resources from other textbooks.
Clearly state which concept(s) you are attempting to apply, and from which chapter. Always work with the chapters you have already covered. (It does not make sense for you to cover concepts from chapter 9 if you are only on chapter 3).
In your compilation you must include copies of all of the materials that you used for your review. For example, if you use a newspaper article, a copy of said article would be required with your final submission.
Elements of the Review:
The review should begin with a summation of each article clearly demonstrating an understanding of the key macroeconomic forces at play.
From there, the review should focus on analyzing the article material using the information from your textbook.
You should draw opinions and conclusions which clearly demonstrating that the concept(s) chosen within the textbook are in fact at work in the content of each of the articles.
The article review should be 3-4 pages in length
I need two more articles for microeconomics, same requirements and guidelines as above
You are required to choose a microeconomics topic that interests you (it could be a particular consumer trend like the explosion of demand for IPADS, the rising costs of oil products and how they impact demand, or the supply of healthcare services, etc…). You will find articles throughout the term – 3 in total, that relate to your chosen topic. Review each of these articles for their meaning and relatedness to the chosen concept(s) from the textbook. Make sure these articles relate to microeconomics – the firm and individual level, rather than macroeconomics at a national or global level.
Comments from Support Team: Discipline: Microeconomics and macroeconomics