This is the study guide for "Macroeconomics". The goal of this study guide is to help you learn the material in the textbook efficiently and effectively. The best way to learn material that is analytical or numerical in nature, as is the case with much of the textbook, is to work as many problems as possible. So, much of this study guide consists of multiple-choice questions, review questions, numerical problems, and analytical questions to help you prepare. You may want to work some of the problems after you've read the chapter and attended your class lecture, or you may want to simulate examconditions, trying to answer the questions without looking at your notes. In all cases, the answers are given to you, though you may also need to refer back to the textbook where the material appears.The textbook, itself, provides an introductionto Macroeconomics and the measurement and structure of the national economy. It covers long-run economic performance, business cycles and macroeconomic policy, and Macroeconomic policy: its environments and institutions.