Macroeconomics deals with the economy of a country (or region) as a whole and the interaction between economies. It studies aggregate variables such as GDP and unemployment and the relationship between these variables both in the short and long run. However, much of modern macroeconomics is micro-founded, so there are some close links between macroeconomic and microeconomic models.
The following summary pages are currently available, which aim to give a brief overview of a particular area in macroeconomics and a list of the models within that topic. These are a good starting point for browsing through macroeconomics as they aim to put models into context and explain the links between the various models.
Below is a list of all the macroeconomic models currently available: