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Economics seminar II: Introductory economics for non-economists Part II
This second lecture connects core principles to common economic measures and statistics produced by Statistics NZ. The following topics will be covered: economic growth (GDP), inflation (CPI and others), employment, interest rates, exchange rates, international flows and world prices and, external debt (balance of payments)
Recorded Wednesday 27th July 2011
The talk and slides can be viewed here. At the moment, this link is only available to Windows users since it requires ActiveX. Also note that it needs to be opened in Internet Explorer as Mozilla Firefox doesn’t have ActiveX support by default. Intel mac (OS version 10.4.8 and above) users can check out the instructions here. Mac users will need to download Microsoft Silverlight for Safari.
Dr. Jodi York, Senior Statistical Analyst at Statistics New Zealand
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