DavidsonNext: AP® Macroeconomics: Challenging Concepts
Master the most challenging topics in your AP® Macroeconomics course.
AP® Macroeconomics: Challenging Concepts
About this courseSkip About this course
Learn the most difficult concepts in the AP® Macroeconomics course, roughly 60% of the AP exam material, from top AP instructors.
Each module will cover one of the most demanding concepts in the AP® Macroeconomics course (based on College Board data from 2011–2013 Advanced Placement® exams).
These tricky topics are broken into bite-sized pieces—with short instructional videos, interactive graphs, and practice problems written by many of the same people who write and grade your AP® Macroeconomics exam.
- Nominal & Real Values
- Classical & Keynesian Models
- Aggregate Demand
- Aggregate Supply
- Short-Run Macroeconomic Equilibrium
- Moving to Long-Run Equilibrium
- Economic Growth 8. Fiscal Policy
- Money & the Money Market
- Money Creation
- Monetary Policy
- Loanable Funds
- Phillips Curve
- Foreign Exchange Markets
This course is specifically designed for blended learning in AP classrooms, but can also be used by AP students independently as supplementary help and exam review.
* Advanced Placement® and AP® are trademarks registered and/or owned by the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse, these offerings.
At a glance
- Subject: Economics & Finance
- Level: Introductory
Basic understanding of macroeconomic terms and concepts.
- Language: English
- Video Transcript: English
- Associated skills: Macroeconomics
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- Mastery of 14 challenging concepts from the AP® Macroeconomics curriculum
- Build confidence in the material as you learn key concepts from experienced AP® Macroeconomics teachers
- Build graphical intuition through interactive graphing
- Practice for your exam with graded exam-style questions (with automated assessment, explanations and sample answers)
- Nominal & Real Values: Stephanie Vanderford, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, Providence Day School, Charlotte, NC
- Classical & Keynesian Models: Dr. Clark Ross, Economics Professor, Davidson College, Davidson, NC Dr. Shyam Gouri Suresh, Economics Professor, Davidson College, Davidson, NC
- Aggregate Demand : Dick Rankin, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, ʻIolani School, Honolulu, HI
- Aggregate Supply : Gabriel Sanchez, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, Bonita High School, La Verne, CA
- Short-Run Macroeconomic Equilibrium : Dr. Robert Graham, Economics Professor, Hanover College, Hanover, IN
- Moving to Long-Run Equilibrium : Brian Held, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, Loyola High School of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
- Economic Growth : Dee Mecham, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, The Bishop's School, San Diego, CA
- Fiscal Policy : Skeeter Makepeace, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, The McCallie School, Chattanooga, TN
- Money & the Money Market: Jon Nash, Economics Professor, Full Sail University, Winter Park, FL
- Money Creation : Mary Kohelis, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, Weirton Madonna High School, Weirton, WV
- Monetary Policy : Michael Brody, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, Menlo School, Atherton, CA
- Loanable Funds : Dr. Elia Kacapyr, Economics Professor, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY
- Phillips Curve : Sally Meek, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, Plano West Senior High, Plano, TX
- Foreign Exchange Markets : Dr. Art Raymond, Economics Professor, Muhlenburg College, Allentown, PA Stephanie Vanderford, AP Macroeconomics Instructor, Providence Day School, Charlotte, NC