T W O   M A C R O E C O N O M I C   F R A M E W O R K S :   A   G R A P H I C A L   E X P O S I T I O N
Created by Professor Roger W. Garrison, Department of Economics, Auburn Univeristy

The three shows included in this portfolio demonstrate the power of POWERPOINT in conveying the principles of macroeconomics to undergraduates and even to graduate students. These shows are not intended to be totally self-explanatory. Rather, they are designed to complement a series of lectures. Still, much of the material in all three shows are largely self-explanatory---especially for those who have some grounding in the subject matter.

When used in Principles of Macroeonomics (
ECON 2030) or in Intermediate Macroeconomics (ECON 3030), these shows (and others) are made available to the students for review through the course website.
The shows, which include some sound effects (turn your speakers on), are designed to run with the 2003 or later versions of POWERPOINT. Be careful not to walk on the dynamics as you pace through the slides.