Macroeconomic

  • (adj): Of or relating to macroeconomics.

Some articles on macroeconomics, macroeconomic:

Microfoundations - History
... Critics of the Keynesian approach to macroeconomics soon pointed out that some of Keynes' assumptions were inconsistent with standard microeconomics ... argued that the correlations between aggregate variables observed in macroeconomic data would tend to change whenever macroeconomic policy changed ... of policy changes, under the assumption that changes in macroeconomic policy do not alter the underlying microeconomic structure of the macroeconomy ...
Child Labor - Causes of Child Labour - Macroeconomic Causes
... Biggeri and Mehrotra have studied the macroeconomic factors that encourage child labour ... Macroeconomic causes encouraged widespread child labour across the world, over most of human history ... of modern manufacturing technologies are major macroeconomic factors affecting demand and acceptability of child labour ...
Microfoundations
... such as households or firms that underpins a macroeconomic theory (Barro, 1993, Glossary, p ... Most early macroeconomic models, including early Keynesian models, were based on hypotheses about relationships between aggregate quantities, such as aggregate output ... household and firm behavior to derive the relationships between macroeconomic variables ...
Feminist Economists - Major Areas of Inquiry - Engendering Macroeconomic Theories - Gendered Macroeconomic Variables
... Gender pay gap This approach demonstrates the effects of gender inequalities by enhancing macroeconomic models ... In both of these cases, economists highlight and address the gender biases of macroeconomic variables to show that gender plays a significant role in models' outcomes ...
Economy Of Mexico - Macroeconomic, Financial and Welfare Indicators - Regional Economies
... In terms of share in GDP per sector (in 2004), the largest contributors in agriculture are Jalisco (9.7%), Sinaloa (7.7%) and Veracruz (7.6%) the greatest contributors in industrial production are the Federal District (15.8%), State of México (11.8%) and Nuevo León (7.9%) the greatest contributors in the service sector are also the Federal District (25.3%), State of México (8.9%) and Nuevo León (7.5%) ... Since the 1980s, the economy has slowly become less centralized the annual rate of GDP growth of the Federal District from 2003–2004 was the smallest of all federal entities at a mere 0.23%, with drastic drops in the agriculture and industrial sectors ...