The quizzes are organized in two ways. You can download the one you prefer.

- Consolidated: consists of fourteen quizzes, with a total of 774 questions.
- Granular: consists of ninety-nine quizzes, with the same 774 questions.

### Consolidated:

There are fourteen multiple choice quizzes with a total of 774 questions. Quizzes cover the following fifteen topics:

- Choice in a World of Scarcity: 50 questions
- Economic Thinking: 48 questions
- Elasticity: 48 questions
- Fiscal Policy: 52 questions
- Globalization, Trade and Finance: 37 questions
- Government Action: 38 questions
- Keynesian and Neoclassical Economics: 64 questions
- Macro Workings: 94 questions
- Macroeconomic Measures: GDP and Unemployment: 57 questions
- Macroeconomic Measures: Inflation and Price Indexes: 39 questions
- Monetary Policy: 87 questions
- Policy Application: 60 questions
- Supply and Demand: 86 questions
- Surplus: 14 questions

### Granular:

There are ninety-nine multiple choice quizzes with a total of 774 questions. Quizzes cover the following seventy-four topics:

- Apply the Keynesian and Neoclassical Perspectives: 3 questions
- Applying the AS/AD Model: 11 questions
- Banks: 6 questions
- Calculating a Bank’s Lending Capacity: 3 questions
- Calculating GDP: 7 questions
- Calculating Price Elasticity: 18 questions
- Calculating Price Indexes: 3 questions
- Changes in Tax and Spending: 5 questions
- Comparative and Absolute Advantage: 9 questions
- Components of GDP: 14 questions
- Consequences of Price Instability: 14 questions
- Consumer Price Index vs. Producer Price Index: 4 questions
- Consumer Surplus: 11 questions
- Critiquing the Unemployment Rate: 3 questions
- Crowding Out: 6 questions
- Crowding Out Revisited: 5 questions
- Defining Credit: 4 questions
- Defining Economic Growth: 10 questions
- Defining Monetary Policy: 9 questions
- Defining Money: 9 questions
- Defining the GDP Price Index: 4 questions
- Demand: 24 questions
- Demand for Money: 5 questions
- Discretionary and Automatic Fiscal Policy: 6 questions
- Discretionary Fiscal Policy: 6 questions
- Economic Indicators: 6 questions
- Economic Models: 10 questions
- Economic Rationality: 10 questions
- Economic Systems: 10 questions
- Equilibrium: 22 questions
- Exchange Rates and International Finance: 4 questions
- Expansionary and Contractionary Fiscal Policies: 4 questions
- Explaining Elasticity: 10 questions
- Federal Funds, Prime and Discount Interest Rates: 3 questions
- Fiscal Policy and Tax Rates: 3 questions
- GDP and Income: 3 questions
- Globalization: 3 questions
- Graphs in Economics: 10 questions
- Impact of Government Regulations: 6 questions
- Impact of International Trade: 3 questions
- Interests Rates: 3 questions
- Keynesian Policy Prescriptions: 3 questions
- Lending and Money Creation: 6 questions
- Lessons from the 1970s: 2 questions
- Long Run and Short Run AS Curves: 3 questions
- M1 and M2: 6 questions
- Major Macroeconomic Indicators: 6 questions
- Marginal Analysis: 4 questions
- Math in Economics: 10 questions
- Monetary Policy and GDP: 5 questions
- Neoclassical Policy Prescriptions: 3 questions
- New Classical Economics and Rational Expectations: 7 questions
- No Phillips Curve Tradeoff: 3 questions
- Nominal and Real GDP: 12 questions
- Open Market Operations: 4 questions
- Other Elasticities: 10 questions
- Policy Implications: Inflation, Recession, and Unemployment: 7 questions
- Policy Lags: 6 questions
- Positive and Normative Statements: 10 questions
- Practical Problems with Discretionary Fiscal Policy: 3 questions
- Price Ceilings: 11 questions
- Price Elasticity and Total Revenue: 10 questions
- Price Floors: 16 questions
- Price Indexes: 4 questions
- Price Indexes and Real Data: 3 questions
- Productivity: 7 questions
- Rate of Inflation: 3 questions
- Real World Macro Policy Options: 5 questions
- Ricardian Equivalence: 3 questions
- Sources of Economic Growth: 9 questions
- Standardized vs. Actual Budget Figures: 5 questions
- State and Local Budgets: 4 questions
- Supply: 30 questions
- Surplus and Inefficiency: 3 questions
- Tax Incidence: 3 questions
- Taxation: 8 questions
- The AD-AS Model and Economic Growth: 3 questions
- The AD-AS Model and Equilibrium: 41 questions
- The AD-AS Model and Recession, Expansion and Inflation: 8 questions
- The Balance of Trade: 3 questions
- The Business Cycle: 16 questions
- The Cost of Choices: 10 questions
- The Equilibrium Rate: 10 questions
- The Expenditure Multiplier: 4 questions
- The Expenditure Output Model: 8 questions
- The Federal Budget: 19 questions
- The Federal Reserve: 4 questions
- The GDP Gap: 4 questions
- The Keynesian Perspective: 16 questions
- The Keynesian Portion of the AS Curve: 6 questions
- The Money Multiplier: 4 questions
- The Neoclassical Perspective: 10 questions
- The Neoclassical Portion of the AS Curve: 3 questions
- The Production Possibilities Frontier: 10 questions
- The Unemployment Rate: 6 questions
- Tools of the Monetary Policy: 6 questions
- Trade Policy and Agreements: 9 questions
- Types of Unemployment: 12 questions
- What Is Economics? 18 questions