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AP Macroeconomics - The Business Cycle: Introduction to Macroeconomic Indicators
Source: Council for Economic Education (EconEdLink) | Type: Lesson

Bell Ringer: Ask students how they think the economy is doing right now -- is it "up" or "down"? You can get an idea of where the economy is (i.e., the phase of the business cycle) at, the website of the the organization that dates U.S. business cycles. This lesson from [EEL-link id='5227' title='Advanced Placement Macroeconomics (4th Edition)' ], focuses on the study an control of business cycles, which are the heart of macroeconomics. Business cycles are a problem because output fluctuations lead to unemployment and inflation.




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