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I am not liking Romer's Advanced Macroeconomics. I feel like it demands a stronger intuitive knowledge of economics than I currently possess, and on the other hand, it is not as theoretically strong and deep.

While I am trying to increase my intuition ... is there an alternative that covers roughly the same as Romer's book, but actually goes in-depth with all of the issues at a deep theoretical level, rather than just treat it intuitvely?

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I like Introducing Advanced Macroeconomics: Growth and Business Cycles by Sorensen and Whitta-Jacobsen. The text provides intuitive explanation and exposition of models. The book is neither too mathy nor descriptive, I would say, they offer somewhat balanced introduction.

A similar question was submitted before, have a look here.

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My favorite Macroeconomics book is "Macroeconomics" from Rudiger Dornbusch, Stanley Fischer. You can find older edition for a good price. The theory is explained very well, and is good choice for Intermediate Macroeconomics class.

ISBN-10: 0078021839 ISBN-13: 9780078021831

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