This lecture builds on last week's introduction to international monetary economics by introducing a basic macroeconomic framework based on national accounts, then moves on to contrast two ways of thinking about macroeconomic relationships--post-Keynesian and Neoclassical--and then finishes with the main workhorse model of monetary economics, IS-LM, which we extend slightly. Here are the lecture notes, more information on Bernanke-Blinder is here, and Here are the slides.
Adrian, Estrella, and Shin Monetary Cycles, Financial Cycles, and the Business Cycle, NY Fed Staff Report 421 January 2010
E. Antoni, Money and finance: the heterodox views of R. Clower, A. Leijonhufvud and H. Minsky, Trento Working Paper 8/2009.
This is a great textbook description of ISLM.
Ric Holt et al, Empirical Post Keynesian Economics