Similar words: microeconomics, economics, economic system, economic, economic recovery, economical, economically, economic model. Meaning: ['mækrəʊekə'nɑmɪks ,-ɪː- /-nɒm-] n. the branch of economics that studies the overall working of a national economy.
Random good picture Not show
1. Explain the distinction between microeconomics and macroeconomics.
2. Few adherents to the new classical macroeconomics trouble even to question it, let alone provide an analytical basis to justify it.
3. The second area of current research in macroeconomics centres on a phenomenon known as hysteresis.
4. The reaction of the mainstream in macroeconomics was to pursue a second, less extreme line of inquiry.
5. Macroeconomics is the study of the big picture: Which way is the economy headed?
6. If macroeconomics concerns the big picture, it must also concern the biggest player, the government.
7. Mr. Samuels is an expert in macroeconomics.
8. Macroeconomics assumes that wages are inflexible downwards.
9. Brackish macroeconomics flowed from universities into central banks.
10. Do these public spats damage macroeconomics?
11. It provides an analytical framework for macroeconomics.
12. I worry that mainstream Keynesian macroeconomics is little more than fancy camouflage for make - work bias.
13. Research and teaching: Monetary Finance, Macroeconomics, and Economic Growth Theory.
14. Macroeconomics emphasizes the theories of national income determination, inflation and unemployment, economic growth and development, economic development cycle, financial and monetary policies.
15. One type of variable coefficient macroeconomics simultaneous equations model is proposed, and its two stage local linear estimators are established.
16. Research and teaching : Econometrics, Macroeconomics, and Panel Data Analysis.
17. Nevertheless, the peremptory dismissal of the book which established the modern discipline of macroeconomics is disconcerting.
18. Finally, we considered briefly the meaning of an equilibrium in macroeconomics.
19. For this reason, we started the book with microeconomics and only now turn to the study of macroeconomics.
20. As far as its methodology is concerned this approach is firmly grounded in the income-expenditure approach of Keynesian macroeconomics.
21. The aim is thus to re-examine traditional questions of macroeconomics within a more reasonable specification of intertemporal optimisation.
22. As we shall see, this is an area which has been central to the most fundamental controversies in macroeconomics.
23. This concerns the analytical deficiencies in the treatment of the relationship between stocks and flows in Keynesian macroeconomics.
24. This is, after all, the most spectacular and controversial example of the radical implications of rational expectations in macroeconomics.Sentencedict.com
25. Changes in the price level, however, have been central to the macroeconomics of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.
26. It is the debate about the forces which determine this equilibrium which fundamentally separates the various schools of thought in macroeconomics.
27. The public finance model needs to be developed in these respects, drawing on the recent developments in macroeconomics.
28. Mankiw , Gregory. " A Quick Refresher Course in Macroeconomics. "
29. First, the internal driving power of charity is analyzed from macroeconomics standpoint.
30. For theoretical and empirical studies on the relationship between politics and macroeconomics, and specifically for research on politico-economic cycles.
More similar words: microeconomics, economics, economic system, economic, economic recovery, economical, economically, economic model, ergonomics, economist, economy, dual economy, mixed economy, market economy, macrocosm, macrobiotic, macroscopic, across, acrobat, comic, get across, ceramics, dynamics, put across, come across, cut across, atomic, acrophobia, microbe, comically.