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    (Original post by Grape190190)
    Transmission mechanism. Remind me.
    Analysis: how one thing leads to another.
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    Could anyone explain the exchange rate diagram to me.

    thanks
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    There's an exchange rate diagram?
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    (Original post by jackc2107)
    Could anyone explain the exchange rate diagram to me.

    thanks
    (Original post by Grape190190)
    There's an exchange rate diagram?
    lol.

    This is why I love TSR.

    It's it just supply/demand isn't? Saying that the if the supply of £ increases then the demand for $ must rise and show the two new equilibriums (assuming you buy $ with £)
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    Revision is not going well. I've done nothing so far How is everyone revising?
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    Oh, right, that. You don't need a diagram, surely.
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    Any guesses on what topics may come up?

    Im hoping for Protectionist Measures/Globalisation or something on International Competiveness. I find them the easiest.
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    ye thats it. i no the y axis is one currency expressed as another but i can never remember what goes along the x axis?:confused:
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    This might help some people. Obviously in the interests of copyright, if you enjoy it visit the website it's from
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    (Original post by Grape190190)
    Oh, right, that. You don't need a diagram, surely.
    Diagrams are really quick + easy analysis marks.

    (Original post by bobby1234)
    Any guesses on what topics may come up?

    Im hoping for Protectionist Measures/Globalisation or something on International Competiveness. I find them the easiest.
    Which is exactly why is won't come up :p:

    No, but seriously, your guess is as good as mine. I hope something decent does come up though.

    (Original post by jackc2107)
    ye thats it. i no the y axis is one currency expressed as another but i can never remember what goes along the x axis?:confused:
    Quantity of £? :confused:

    (Original post by leala4628)
    This might help some people. Obviously in the interests of copyright, if you enjoy it visit the website it's from
    What might :redface:?
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    (Original post by jayshah31)
    Diagrams are really quick + easy analysis marks.


    Which is exactly why is won't come up :p:

    No, but seriously, your guess is as good as mine. I hope something decent does come up though.



    Quantity of £? :confused:



    What might :redface:?
    Sorry it won't upload as it's too big It said it had though
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    (Original post by leala4628)
    Sorry it won't upload as it's too big It said it had though
    Would you be able just to send us the link if its a website.
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    http://www.economicshelp.org/macroec...ays/index.html

    The revision guide 2nd to bottom link
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    Btw, Laffer curve has tax rate on the y axis and revenue on the x. Think you guys said the opposite?
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    Oh right I just wikied it and its ur way

    We learnt it the other way round....With it bounding outwards and then bending inwards. Makes no difference I guess
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    (Original post by Stefano46)
    Btw, Laffer curve has tax rate on the y axis and revenue on the x. Think you guys said the opposite?
    I'm pretty sure it's the other way, but both ways work tbh.
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    (Original post by leala4628)
    http://www.economicshelp.org/macroec...ays/index.html

    The revision guide 2nd to bottom link
    Thankyou but it only lets me preview 2 pages of the guide
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    What topics would you say are the hardest??
    I hate Unemployment / Inflation with the Phillips curve and the NAIRU. I find it soooo wierd.
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    (Original post by bobby1234)
    What topics would you say are the hardest??
    I hate Unemployment / Inflation with the Phillips curve and the NAIRU. I find it soooo wierd.
    Same. Given there are 3 essays, you can more-than-likely avoid it.
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    Kind of looking forward to this exam, Macro is where i shine so hopefully i can get 120/120 on this one.
 
 
 

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