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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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Some other channels through which oil may affect the macroeconomy arise when oil is modeled as another input in the production function.
In the open macroeconomy, we must also consider exchange rates-the "place" value of money.
As far as I could see, the book appeared a bit light on a model-based organising framework for consideration of the macroeconomy.
Since most of the research on political macroeconomy is on the United States, this cannot be avoided.
14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In the heavy truck industry, the demand mainly comes from infrastructure construction and transportation, and sales volume is to a large extent influenced by macroeconomy and industrial policies.
The UK business community highly valued Viet Nam s efforts in curbing inflation, stablising the macroeconomy and maintaining positive growth, they declared.
Subsequent chapters address demand and supply, markets and the price system, the virtues and limitations of markets, distribution of income, the macroeconomy (aggregate supply and demand), fiscal and monetary policy, and the United States in the world economy.
The reasons for this huge discount include the lack of understanding about China's macroeconomy and the underlying sectors, many of which will continue to do well despite concerns of rising inflation.
Sheikh Salem made clear that such independent global watchdog defined and evaluated the risks faced by the Kuwaiti banks based on the comprehensive financial data and indicators of each bank separately along with conducting stress tests according to three scenarios of shock endurance, namely moderate, medium and heavy, alongside assuming negative variables affecting the indicators of macroeconomy.
27, again clearly indicating the market's expectations that the world's macroeconomy will strengthen within about two years or less.
The immediate banking priorities are the control of the monetary and credit policies aimed at stabilizing the macroeconomy and maintaining economic growth in an unexpected and difficult situation,'' Dung said.