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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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They said Pakistan and the IMF could not converge on a consensus for the macroeconomic framework during the post-program monitoring talks, although Pakistan had accepted the IMF's major demand of devaluing the rupee against the US dollar.
About two months ago, the World Bank also slowed down the process of policy loans for budgetary support due to a deteriorating macroeconomic situation.
When assessing a sovereign's macroeconomic profile, Moody's takes into account a host of factors, including economic strength, institutional strength, susceptibility to event risks, and credit conditions, the IRO noted.
Raddatz (2007) finds that domestic shocks in developing nations are more forceful for creating macroeconomic instability as compared to external shocks.
Based on my experience as the director of CBO from January 2009 through March 2015, I believe the principal concerns expressed about estimating the macroeconomic effects of proposals apply with equal force to other aspects of budget estimates or can be addressed by CBO and JCT.
aACoeIndeed, the macroeconomic convergence achieves its highest relevance when it is mainstreamed into regional efforts towards development and poverty reduction,aACA[yen] remarked Jian Zhang, AfDB's principal macroeconomist.
The purpose of the recent ReCom conference, held in Nairobi by the African Economic Research Consortium (AERC) and UNU-WIDER, was to focus not just on the macroeconomics of aid but on the bigger macroeconomic picture, particularly in Africa.
The book consists of ten chapters: an introduction, 'The Genesis of Macroeconomics', that provides an overview of the arguments in the book; eight essays, each discussing a selected author who had something to say about macroeconomic issues; and a conclusion where he justifies studying these older writers.
However, no studies, to the author's knowledge, have looked at financial, macroeconomic, and market variables simultaneously as this study does.
Since 1999, the indicator properties of money for inflation in the euro area (as derived using the available tools) compare very favorably with alternative frameworks, such as macroeconomic projections and forecasts.
Garcia talked with LATIN TRADE editors about how the region's countries have improved macroeconomic management and forecasted that the good economic times will last several years.