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bookcoverPrinciples of Macroeconomics
Fourth Edition

John B. Taylor, Stanford University


Textbook Resources
A Transition Guide, Chapter Correlation Chart, and answers to the end-of-chapter problems, help you make the most of Taylor's 4th edition.
Classroom Tools
Enhance your classroom lectures with the help of PowerPoint slides, Discussion Topics, Chapter and Appendix Overviews, Digging Deeper topics that expand on key concepts addressed in the textbook, and more.
Keep your students busy with learning, and loosen your teaching schedule, through various pre-designed exercises created to challenge and entertain.
Economic Resource Links
Access these sites to find the best of economics on the internet.

Economic News You Can Use

Updated twice weekly, the link below provides current economic news that you can use in the classroom to illustrate key economic principles.
Taylor Interactive Tutorial Demo
Encourage your students to explore the web while applying economic skills and concepts.
Houghton Mifflin/Nightly Business Report Economics Video Clip Library
The Nightly Business Report Video Clip Library provides a choice of over 20 clips from the NBR nightly news broadcast. When used in conjunction with Boyes's Economics, 6/e, these clips offer a dose of the real world that can enrich your lectures or jump-start a lively student discussion. Each segment ranges from two to four minutes in length, and covers such topics as business cycles, recessions, and globalization. Click here for a listing of clips available correlated to chapters of Boyes's text.

Click here to view a sample clip on the recent debate over the imposition of tariffs on foreign steel. Contact your sales rep for more information or to obtain a desk copy of the DVD or VHS versions.