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macroeconomics

the branch of economics concerned with aggregates, such as national income, consumption, and investment
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The upgrade recognizes the continued improvement in Mexico's macroeconomic policy framework.
Peter Crowley is an economist who has worked in a diverse range of fields, including international trade and finance, macroeconomic policy, competition policy, industry policy, taxation, and environmental policy.
PHILADELPHIA -- With the launch of three new simulations in management, economics and operations and information management, the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania is engaging students with real-world exercises that provide hands-on experience in macroeconomic policy development, salary allocation and production line optimization.
Furthermore, as long as the macroeconomic policy framework remains robust, credit deterioration will likely be avoided.
None of the candidates have put forward a clear policy agenda, but nonetheless Fitch does not anticipate any major changes in the overall direction of macroeconomic policy regardless of who wins.
In Why Some Times Are Different: Macroeconomic Policy and the Aftermath of Financial Crises (NBER Working Paper No.
Confronting Policy Challenges of the Great Recession: Lessons for Macroeconomic Policy
The Commissioner for Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Research of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Mamadou Traor, has commended the significant progress recorded in the implementation of the West African single currency.
Soto has previously served as coordinator for Macroeconomic Policy in the Ministry of Finance.
Actions to reduce the current rating could be made in case of resumption of political instability or of deviation from the sound macroeconomic policy underway, as well as in the case of a new distress inA the banking system, Moodyas has commented.
However, 'despite these reassurances, a degree of uncertainty remains regarding the ultimate direction of macroeconomic policy,' the World Bank said.
Partial contents: "The World Bank and Gender Inequality," by Lourdes Beneria; "Review of World Development Report 2012: Gender Equality and Development," by Diane Elson; "What's Macroeconomic Policy Got to Do with Gender Inequality?