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Why Study Macroeconomics?

Why Study Macroeconomics?

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Notes for "Why Study Economics?"

Key Terms


  • Economic Indicators
  • Data specific to an economic outcome or behavior that provide an indication of the direction of past (lagging indicator), present (coincident indicator), or future (leading indicator) economic activity.
  • Monetary Policy
  • Policy typically set by a central banking authority, whereby money supply access and the resulting cost or access to money (interest rate), is varied to assist in stabilizing economic activity.
  • Fiscal Policy
  • Policy typically set by a central government authority whereby government spending is adjusted to stabilize economic activity.
  • Business Cycles
  • The movement of an economy through expansion, peak, contraction, and trough over time; an assessment of economic activity through time.
  • Global Trade
  • Trade that occurs across nations, typically involving foreign exchange transactions.
  • Capital Flow
  • The movement of capital, typically referencing financial capital, into and out of an entity or country.

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