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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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The finding that macroeconomic policy space explains a great deal of the variation in countries' post-crisis experiences suggests that policy-makers may find benefits to creating such space when they can.
He however regretted the fact that the ECOWAS Technical Committee on Macroeconomic Policy did not hold enough meetings and expressed the wish for meetings to be held more frequently.
Mike Beggs shows how macroeconomic policy has been implemented in Australia.
At present the macroeconomic policy framework is not favourable for savings.
To a question' he said that it is consideration of IMF to have a sound macroeconomic policy and framework and structural reforms to boost growth potential over the time which will help all the Pakistani people.
To a question, he said that it is consideration of IMF to have a sound macroeconomic policy and framework and structural reforms to boost growth potential over the time which will help all the Pakistani people.
All major economic entities have a baseline responsibility of guaranteeing the stability of their own economies, Xi said, adding that they also need to improve communication and coordination on macroeconomic policy.
In 1994 Dan Corry wrote an article in Renewal on the shape of Labour's macroeconomic policy (Corry, 1994).
He said WAIFEM is also mandated to carry out research and consultancy in macroeconomic policy management as well as in the promotion of best practices.
He highlighted the key reasons for the crisis and the areas which require attention from regulatory and macroeconomic policy levels.
The dominant macroeconomic policy paradigm since the early 1980s has emphasized stabilization in the narrow sense of keeping inflation at a very low single-digit level and achieving a primary budget surplus or a very low deficit-to-GDP ratio.
Finland's ambassador to Macedonia Juha Ottman said that although Macedonia has good results in the macroeconomic policy, it still faces problems in managing the public administration and therefore Finland gives full support to the process of alignment with the European norms.