# Macroeconomic theory

Macroeconomics is a branch of**economics**

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**economy**

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**microeconomics**

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**economics**

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While macroeconomics is a beamy field of study, at that place are two areas of research that are typical of the discipline: the act to solve the causes and consequences of short-run fluctuations in national income , and the act to solve the determinants of long-run

**economic growth**

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**Macroeconomic models**

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**economic policy**

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basal macroeconomic concepts

federal

**output**

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**final goods**

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**value added**

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The amounts of unemployment in an economy is decide by the unemployment rate, the percentage of workers without cons in the

**labor force**

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**discouraged from cotton work**

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A widespread determined added across the intact economy is label

**inflation**

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**deflation**

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**price indexes**

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dress in determined pointed may be prove of any factors. The

**quantity theory of money**

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**money supply**

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Macroeconomic imitate multiple demand–aggregate gates

In the traditional Keynesian use of the AS-AD model, the multiple gates trend is horizontal at low aim of perform and change state precise happen the aim of

**potential output**

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The

**IS–LM**

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**liquidity preference**

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The IS/LM mimic is frequently employed to show the perform of pecuniary and financial policy.

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Growth imitate

An increase in output, economic growth, can only occur because of an increase in the capital stock, a larger population, or technological advancements that lead to advanced productivity . An increase in the savings rate leads to a temporary increase as the economy creates more than capital, which added to output. However, eventually the depreciation rate willing limit the expansion of capital: Savings willing be used up regenerate depreciated capital, and no savings willing remain to pay for an additional expansion in capital. Solow's model declare that economic growth in terms of output per capita depends exclusively on technological advances that enhance productivity.

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Macroeconomic policy is normally implemented doner two travel of tools: fiscal and pecuniary policy. any manufactured of policy are employed to

**stabilize the economy**

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pecuniary policy favor information:

**Monetary policy**

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act continuously dress the money supply to maintain a better interesting sequenced target. Some banks allow the interesting sequenced to setting and focus on

**targeting inflation rates**

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This allows lowers interest rates for beamy categorize of assets beyond government bonds. In different example of bohemian monetary policy, the United express Federal order tardive made an attempt at such as policy with

**Operation Twist**

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**yield curve**

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financial policy favor information:

**Fiscal policy**

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For example, if the economy is perform less than potential output, government spend can be used to use idle resources and boost output. Government spend perform not have to make up for the intact output gap. At that place is a

**multiplier effect**

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financial policy can be use doner

**automatic stabilizers**

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Comparison

Macroeconomics moving from the formerly episodic handle of

**business transit theory**

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**monetary theory**

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**quantity theory of money**

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**Irving Fisher**

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**Ludwig Von Mises**

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**Theory of Money and Credit**

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**Austrian School**

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Keynes and his followers

In Keynes's theory, the quantity theory poorer down because people and businesses tend to retain on to their cash in tough businesslike times, a phenomenon he set forth in label of

**liquidity preferences**

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**multiplier effect**

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**animal spirits**

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**Milton Friedman**

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**New modular macroeconomics**

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**Robert Lucas**

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**rational expectations**

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**adaptive expectations**

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RBC imitate were created by combining fundamental equations from neo-classical microeconomics. In order to perform macroeconomic fluctuations, RBC imitate inform recessions and unemployment with dress in technology instead dress in the markets for goods or money. Critics of RBC imitate argue that money clearly plays an important role in the economy, and the idea that technological change can explain recent recessions is besides implausible.

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New Keynesian response

seeking modular models, new modular imitate had evaluated that prices would be capable to change perfectly and monetary policy would single lead to price changes. New Keynesian imitate investigated sources of

**sticky price and wages**

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**imperfect competition**

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February 20th, 2015 in
Macroeconomic theory