Tonight was spent gathering all the course readings for the first course I'm tackling in my M.S. in applied economics project, which really needs a shorter name. M.S.A.E.P? A.E.P.? Let's just call it the A.E. Project for now.
Back to the course readings.
Each week is comprised of one or more chapters from the course textbook, as well as an additional one to three articles. I was able to purchase the Kindle version of the textbook with the GoFundMe donations I received this week. In fact, the donations paid for the entire cost of the book, which was awesome. So thank you to everyone who donated. Below is a picture and link to the course textbook if you'd like to check it out. It will be the main source of information while I study macroeconomics.
I was also able to download or locate all of the additional articles via a regular ol' Google or Google Scholar search for no extra cost and little extra time. So without further ado, below is the entire course readings for the online version of the Macroeconomic Theory course from the Course Syllabus Archive page on John Hopkins University's website. The Course Syllabus Archive page is the lifeblood of this project and the central reason that John Hopkin's M.S. was chosen and not some other school's.
Weekly Readings (Chapters Are from Textbook)
That's it. Doesn't really seem like much when it's all laid out like this, but I'm sure this will be quite a challenge. Of course, there are also problems to solve after each chapter reading, which is where many students get stuck in traditional classes.