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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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Alongside the traditional debate on macroeconomic policy, the mid-1990s also saw a renewal of interest in what could be termed 'political economy'.
Naturally, one has to take into account individual country situations in terms of macroeconomic policy," he added.
Further strengthening the macroeconomic policy environment will be necessary to minimise the risk of a boom-bust scenario.
Was Indonesia's macroeconomic policy before 1997 appropriate?
The second argument against capital controls comes from the Latin American experience in the '70s and '80s, when the existence of capital controls allowed some countries to avoid correct macroeconomic policy changes for too long.
This system of mathematical equations describing interactions among economic measures such as inflation, interest rates, and gross domestic product (GDP) is used in economic forecasting and the analysis of macroeconomic policy issues at the Board.
It is the outcome of a World Bank project on macroeconomic policy that evaluated the experiences of eighteen developing countries in this area.
Duff & Phelps believes macroeconomic policy is likely to shift towards a more growth-oriented strategy of marginally looser monetary policy and perhaps more flexible exchange rate policy that is consistent with low, stable levels of inflation.
This edition features chapters covering moving beyond the crisis and finding a sustainable growth path, strengthening the macroeconomic policy framework, and closing the labour utilisation gap.
Paraguay enjoyed robust economic growth in the past decade, on the heels of the export commodity boom, and supported by prudent macroeconomic policy implementation.
Tax code of Kyrgyzstan was written and accepted by international experts, it's the most liberal in entire post-Soviet territory, Head of Macroeconomic Policy Department at Ministry of Economy Nasyrdin Shamshiev said on March 19.
The papers address macroeconomic policy, education policy, and safety nets in Mexico and the United States and are guided by the assumption that the successes and failures of the United States experience may be illuminating for Mexico, which did not begin to develop anti-poverty programs until the late 1980s.