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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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In the regime of cognitive capitalism, knowledge plays an exceedingly important role; so we have to examine the function of knowledge in the macroeconomy.
Consumers play a tremendous role in determining the overall direction of the macroeconomy.
Recent studies regarding the analysis of the influence of oil price shocks on the macroeconomy include Brown and Yucel (2002), Jimenez-Rodriguez and Sanchez (2005), Cunado and Perez de Garcia (2005), Cologni and Manera (2008), and Kilian (2008).
As a result, active fiscal policy waned and monetary policy became the primary means to alter the short run path of the macroeconomy.
When added to the two-factor model, it showed that it contains incremental information over the market risk premium as far as the future state of the macroeconomy is concerned.
Assuming that the global macroeconomy develops according to current expectations, we believe our results will continue to improve," he said.
The yearly report evaluates competitiveness along nine parameters: institutions, infrastructure, macroeconomy, health and primary education, higher education and training, market efficiency, technological readiness, business sophistication and innovation.
The longer this situation continues the more obvious it will become that this is the way forward, both for businesses and the macroeconomy.
Tokyo investors welcome positive developments in the macroeconomy and corporate sector in the United States, which is a key market for Japanese exporters.
The global macroeconomy, changing mix of innovative and mature products, and rising impact of health care access and funding on market demand will all play roles in the branded drug sector's growth.
It starts with the macroeconomy, which is not being too friendly, particularly with companies that focus on a geographic location.
The performance of the macroeconomy continues to be dismal, and it is quite likely that a recession has already started.