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## Economic Fluctuations

Economic Fluctuations Chapter 11 Chapter Focus Learn about aggregate demand and the factors that affect it Analyze aggregate supply and the factors that influence it Study the economy’s equilibrium and how it differs from its potential Examine Canada’s historical record of economic growth

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## © 2007 Thomson South-Western

© 2007 Thomson South-Western Short-Run Aggregate Fluctuations Economic activity fluctuates from year to year. In most years production of goods and services rises. On average over the past 50 years, production in the U.S. economy has grown by about 3 percent per year.

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## Chapter 6: Measuring National Output and National Income

Chapter 6: Measuring National Output and National Income. Outline. I. The concept of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) II. Calculating GDP 1. The expenditure approach 2. The Income approach III. Nominal GDP V.S. Real GDP IV. Limitations of the GDP. National Income and Product Accounts.

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## Real Vs. Nominal GDP

Real Vs. Nominal GDP. A distinction between Nominal GDP and Real GDP allows us to measure the actual changes in production, separate and apart from any price changes that may have occurred in the economy during the year. Real Vs. Nominal GDP. Nominal GDP :

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## Learning from the Past to Invest for the Future

Learning from the Past to Invest for the Future. Robert J. Gordon Northwestern Nugget Club February 13, 2005. Everyone Wants to Get Rich. Excluded from this Talk, Traditional Road to Riches: Real Estate Has anyone heard of Bob Hope? Everyone has heard of Donald Trump

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## Calculating GDP

Calculating GDP. Nominal GDP, Real GDP, and the GDP Deflator. There are two ways that GDP can increase:. An increase in the PRICES of goods and services. An increase in the QUANTITY of goods and services. We need a method to calculate GDP that addresses rising prices. Our Simple Economy.

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## CHAPTER 8

CHAPTER 8. PRICE CHANGES AND EXCHANGE RATES. GENERAL PRICE INFLATION. An increase in the average price paid for goods and services bringing about a reduction in the purchasing power of money. GENERAL PRICE DEFLATION.

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## GDP: Measuring Total Production and Income

GDP: Measuring Total Production and Income. GDP: Measuring Total Production and Income. Microeconomics The study of how households and businesses make choices, how they interact in markets, and how the government attempts to influence their choices.

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## Prepared by: Fernando Quijano & Shelly Tefft

P R I N C I P L E S O F MACROECONOMICS T E N T H E D I T I O N. CASE FAIR OSTER. Prepared by: Fernando Quijano & Shelly Tefft. 6. Measuring National Output and National Income. CHAPTER OUTLINE. Gross Domestic Product Final Goods and Services

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## Goods and Financial Markets: The IS-LM Model

Goods and Financial Markets: The IS-LM Model. The Goods Market and the IS Relation. 5-1. Equilibrium in the goods market exists when production, Y , is equal to the demand for goods, Z .

By jorjanna
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## Chapter 10

Chapter 10. Measuring a Nation’s Income. Macroeconomics. Macroeconomics is the study of the economy as a whole. Its goal is to explain the economic changes that affect many households, firms, and markets at once.

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## Important issues in macroeconomics

Important issues in macroeconomics. Why does the cost of living keep rising? Why are millions of people unemployed, even when the economy is booming? What causes recessions? Can the government do anything to combat recessions? Should it?.

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## Ch. 7. At Full Employment: The Classical Model

Ch. 7. At Full Employment: The Classical Model. The relationship between the quantity of labor employed and real GDP Determinants of potential GDP, employment, and real wage rate Determinants of the natural rate of unemployment

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## ECO 120- Macroeconomics

ECO 120- Macroeconomics. Weekend School #1 16 th April 2005 Morning Session Lecturer: Rod Duncan Previous version of notes: PK Basu. Topics for discussion. Module 1 - basic macroeconomic concepts Income determination, basic macroeconomic theory, investment decision

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## Measuring Inflation and Prices

Measuring Inflation and Prices. Consumer Price Index (CPI)– U and R GDP Deflator For deriving “Real GDP” Wholesale Price Index (WPI) Producer Price Index (PPI) Purchases by manufacturers Purchasing Power Parities For International Comparisons.

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## MEASURING A NATION’S PRODUCT AND INCOME

MEASURING A NATION’S PRODUCT AND INCOME. macroeconomics The study of the nation’s economy as a whole; focuses on the issues of inflation, unemployment, and economic growth. inflation Sustained increases in the average prices of all goods and services.

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## Why Study Financial Markets? Excess funds = > Shortage of funds

Why Study Financial Markets? Excess funds = > Shortage of funds Promoting economic efficiency, productive use of funds Markets: Bond (IOU’s), Stock (ownership claim), FOREX (currencies) Why Study Banking and Financial Institutions?

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## Summary Estimates for Multinational Companies Released 4/19/10

Summary Estimates for Multinational Companies Released 4/19/10. J. Steve Landefeld, Director. April 22, 2010. Summary Table - U.S. Multinational Companies. Source: BEA. Employment Growth Fastest Abroad. Source: BEA. Falling Parent Share of MNC Employment. Source: BEA.

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## International Taxation

International Taxation. Authorship team: Rachel Griffith, James Hines, and Peter Birch S ø rensen. The chapter assesses the role of international considerations in tax design, emphasizing issues related to capital taxation.

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## MEASURING A NATION’S PRODUCT AND INCOME

MEASURING A NATION’S PRODUCT AND INCOME. macroeconomics The study of the nation’s economy as a whole; focuses on the issues of inflation, unemployment, and economic growth. inflation Sustained increases in the average prices of all goods and services.

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