Economic fluctuations

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  • Short-run Economic fluctuations: Aggregate demand and Aggregate supply presents Short-Run Economic Fluctuations, three key facts about economic fluctuations, explaining short-run economic fluctuations.

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  • For the past fifteen years the New Keynesian model has served as a frame of reference for analyses of fluctuations and stabilization policies.1 That framework has allowed the rigor and internal consistency of dynamic general equilibrium models to be combined with typically Keynesian assumptions, like monopolistic competition and nominal rigidities, thus setting the stage for a meaningful, welfarebased analysis of the effects of alternative monetary policy rules.

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  • Gold has always fascinated the mankind’s imagination and influenced their urge to possess the same. Gold occupies a pivotal role in the social and economic life of poor and rich alike. In Vietnam, besides the economic and strong social considerations, individuals are highly sentimental about the gold jewellery in their possession, as the gold ornaments are passed on from one generation to another. Acquisition of gold is considered auspicious and necessary for making family ornaments to get a sense of wellbeing in our country.

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  • Our findings also suggest that the economic importance of options’ incentive effects is small. The size and accuracy of our data set enable sufficiently precise measurement to find compelling statistical evidence that there is an effect. However, the size of the effect is such that ordinary option grants have only small impacts on firm risk. Moreover, our tests of stock-price response to option-induced risk-taking find no evidence of costs or benefits to shareholders from this activity.

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  • This chapter introduces the model’s two key pieces—the aggregate-demand curve and the aggregatesupply curve. After getting a sense of the overall structure of the model in this chapter, we examine the pieces of the model in more detail in the next two chapters.

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  • Chapter 6 - Understanding business cycles. This chapter describe the business cycle and its phases; describe the typical patterns of resource use fluctuation, housing sector activity, and external trade sector activity, as an economy moves through the business cycle; describe theories of the business cycle;...

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  • Chapter 7 introduction to economic growth and fluctuations. In this chapter you will learn: The definition and causes of economic growth, the nature and cause of the business cycle, the nature of unemployment and its measurement, the definition of inflation and how it is measured, the redistribution effects of inflation the output effects of inflation.

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  • Chapter 23 - An introduction to macroeconomics. In this chapter, students will be able to understand: Interpret how macroeconomics studies both long-run economic growth and short-run fluctuations in output and unemployment; explain why economists focus on GDP, inflation, and unemployment when assessing the health of an entire economy.

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  • This chapter identify the four phases of the business cycle; explain the primary characteristics of recessions and expansions; define potential output, measure the output gap, and analyze an economy's position in the business cycle; define the natural rate of unemployment and relate it to cyclical unemployment; apply okun's law to analyze the relationship between the output gap and cyclical unemployment; discuss the differences between how the economy operates in the short run and the long run.

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  • Chapter 26 Transmission Mechanisms of Monetary Policy: The Evidence. Since 1980, the U.S. economy has been on a roller coaster, with output, unemployment, and inflation undergoing drastic fluctuations.

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  • The impact of macroeconomics on daily life is less tangible than that of microeconomics. Everyone has to deal with rising supermarket prices, fluctuations in the labor market, and other microeconomic problems. Only a handful of policymakers and government officials really need to worry about fiscal and monetary policy, or about a country’s overall competitiveness.

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  • A derivative is a contract that is used to transfer risk. There are many different underlying risks, ranging from fluctuations in energy prices to weather risks. Most derivatives, however, are based on financial securities such as common stocks, bonds and foreign exchange instruments.

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  • C H A P T E R T W E N T Y - S E V E N Measuring and Analyzing Urban Employment Fluctuations 27.1 INTRODUCTION CITIES ARE NOT JUST LITTLE VERSIONS OF THE NATION National economies experience cyclical behavior; they rise and fall, have booms and recessions. From this, we can make the obvious inference that the geographical components of a national economy

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  • 1. A. “Economic Fluctuations, Unemployment, and Inflation” The candidate should be able to a) explain the phases of the business cycle; Business cycle is a description of the fluctuations in the general level of economic activity in an economy as measured by changes variables such as real GDP, employment, and unemployment. Business cycles consist of distinct phases:

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  • Tham khảo sách 'brief principles of macroeconomics', kinh doanh - tiếp thị, quản trị kinh doanh phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • In the short-run, however, substantial differences existed. During the First World War entertainment expenditure moved in opposite directions in France and Britain and remained stable in the US. During the great depression US real entertainment expenditure shrunk substantially, while European levels remained stable. The French expenditure level was substantially lower than in the other two countries, about a fifth in 1938 using exchange rates, although the difference is difficult to quantify because of devaluation of the franc and purchasing power parity issues.

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  • There is no consensus on the definition of the financial cycle. In what follows, the term will denote self-reinforcing interactions between perceptions of value and risk, attitudes towards risk and financing constraints, which translate into booms followed by busts. These interactions can amplify economic fluctuations and possibly lead to serious financial distress and economic dislocations.

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  • The yield spread – the difference between the long-term and the short-term interest rate – is widely discussed as a leading indicator for economic activity. While the yield spread does not affect economic activity in itself, in contrast to the level of short-term or long-term interest rates, it may contain information about market expectations of future changes in inflation and real interest rates, which may in turn be associated with fluctuations in real output.

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