Can the community recommend resources about macroeconomics / public finance that (roughly) follow the following design:
- Here's a macroeconomics / public finance economic problem (description, potential cause(s), real-life example(s))
- Here's solution 1 according to X theory or X' school of economics
- Here's solution 2 according to Y theory or Y' school of economics, etc.
That is, the resources will follow a basic problem-solution approach.
p.s. My background: years ago I took graduate level macroeconomics. I have since forgotten a lot of the theories, but I still retain the mathematical skills and maturity to pick the theories back up, if necessary.