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macroeconomics

the branch of economics concerned with aggregates, such as national income, consumption, and investment
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Muscat, Aug 29 (ONA) The Arab Monetary Fund (AMF), in cooperation with the Central Bank of Oman (CBO) will organize tomorrow Sunday a joint training course on Macroeconomic Management and Financial Sector Issues.
The categorisation of macroeconomic views as either Classical or Progressive (with Keynesian economics as contested terrain) may also not appeal to some heterodox economists seeking a more fully pluralist approach.
I also identify corresponding chapters from Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok's Modern Principles: Macroeconomics (2011).
His principal target is the mainstream microfoundations literature, which has been slowly euthanasing macroeconomics as a distinct subdiscipline.
Some may object that Caballero is being impatient, "that with enough time, we will arrive at an El Dorado of macroeconomics.
It helps and encourages undergraduate instructors to use the subprime crisis as a case study, emphasizing that macroeconomics is an applied science.
Kosch points out a simple case of macroeconomics as the scapegoat for reduced demand in green products and building, both in the early 1990s and today: As gas prices plummeted, so did the level of interest in green lifestyles and eco-friendly construction projects.
I think some people feel that the Brookings Papers missed something in that two prominent developments in macroeconomics over the period of its existence--the rational expectations revolution and the simple general-equilibrium real business cycle model--did not figure prominently in the Panel's discussions.
Macroeconomics indicators don't matter; we need a strong domestic economy to move forward.
Recent developments in macroeconomics by Caballero and Hammour, Bernanke and Gertler, and others, gave a better understanding of why this view was fallacious.
We see a number of macroeconomics and strategic drivers supporting the growth of investments in the forest industry sector.
Khalsa will test in French, English Literature, Art History, United States Government, Macroeconomics, Microeconomics, Statistics and twice in Physics - for Mechanics and Electricity.