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"I'm not a macroeconomics person." - Bill Gates

"I've always had an interest in geopolitics and macroeconomics." - Norman Pearlstine

"Friedrich Hayek is not an important figure in the history of macroeconomics." - Paul Krugman

"Microeconomics is about money you don't have, and macroeconomics is about money the government is out of." - P. J. O'Rourke

"Most work in macroeconomics in the past 30 years has been useless at best and harmful at worst." - Paul Krugman

"Peter Montiel has long set the highest standard for lucid textbooks on the macroeconomics of developing countries. Now in this new edition of his superb classic Macroeconomics in Emerging Markets, he has surpassed even himself. He uniquely fills the gap between rich-country-obsessed macro- and micro-obsessed developing-country analysis. No student of the macroeconomics of development will henceforward be able to do without this book." - William Easterly

"Macroeconomics, even with all of our computers and with all of our information. is not an exact science and is incapable of being an exact science." - Paul Samuelson

"Funnily enough, the Federal Reserve produced comics about monetary policy, and there is a good comic book guide to microeconomics and macroeconomics out there. But it is not really appropriate for younger readers; it is really aimed at economics students." - Tim Harford

"Macroeconomics is the analysis of the economy as a whole, an examination of overall supply and demand. At the broadest level, macroeconomists want to understand why some countries grow faster than others and which government policies can help growth." - Alex Berenson

"Listen to the women. Women say exactly what they want. Who has concrete plans - not macroeconomics but kitchen table economics. Who will change the situation for their families, and help restore the middle class. Women are also sick to death of having their bodies and their lives treated as a political football." - Celinda Lake

"We're living in a Dark Age of macroeconomics. Remember, what defined the Dark Ages wasn't the fact that they were primitive the Bronze Age was primitive, too. What made the Dark Ages dark was the fact that so much knowledge had been lost, that so much known to the Greeks and Romans had been forgotten by the barbarian kingdoms that followed." - Paul Krugman

"We're living in a Dark Age of macroeconomics. Remember, what defined the Dark Ages wasn't the fact that they were primitive ? the Bronze Age was primitive, too. What made the Dark Ages dark was the fact that so much knowledge had been lost, that so much known to the Greeks and Romans had been forgotten by the barbarian kingdoms that followed." - Paul Krugman

"The difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics is a bit like the difference between biology and medicine. Knowing that certain genes increase the risk of cancer is relatively easy. Figuring out exactly which people will get sick, or how to cure them, is a lot more complicated." - Alex Berenson



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