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macroeconomics

study of an economy as a whole; includes the total or aggregate level of output of an economy and prices for the economy, viewed as a whole. See also microeconomics.
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Dan Corry wrote his original article at a time when Labour's macroeconomic policy, and indeed its entire approach to questions of political economy, was in flux.
She recommends continuation of such macroeconomic policy, increased competitiveness through enhancement of labor skills, education reforms, improvement of business climate and more investments in infrastructure.
The paper discusses the appropriate stabilisation role of fiscal policy when monetary policy targets inflation as part of an overall macroeconomic policy regime.
There is no reason, save the greatest failure of macroeconomic policy making since the 1930s, that Japan should not again experience stable and robust nominal GDP growth.
The difference in performance, then, cannot be explained just by traditional macroeconomic policy.
This research project discusses macroeconomic policy challenges that Hungary and Poland face as they work toward membership in the European Union.
Such risks and the uncertainties about their i mpact on Canada raise a number of issues for macroeconomic policy making.
The current macroeconomic policy framework, the so-called Solidarity Alternative, has three pillars: i) monetary policy, which aims at maintaining a stable exchange rate against the European currencies (the euro since 1999); ii) fiscal policy, which aims at stabilising the economy, with budget surpluses generated by the government's petroleum revenues reinvested in financial assets abroad; and iii) incomes policy, i.
He also suggested continuation of internal macroeconomic policy reform is crucial to sustainability of the recovery prospect.
This paper endeavors to test the relationship between the macroeconomic policy regime, inflation, and the dynamism of economic activity in the former Czechoslovakia.
Experience over the post-war period shows that macroeconomic policy has an asymmetric influence.
Part II discusses macroeconomic policy settings, while Part III of the Survey reviews recent progress in structural reform, as well as areas warranting further attention.