F582 - The National and International Economy

Azra Kucukkaramu
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Azra Kucukkaramu
Created by Azra Kucukkaramu over 6 years ago
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F582 - The National and International Economy
1 AD/AS and Their Interaction
1.1 Components of Aggregate Demand (AD)
1.1.1 Net Income (X - M)
1.1.2 Investment Expenditure (I)
1.1.3 Government Expenditure (G)
1.1.4 Consumer Expenditure (C)
1.1.5 AD = C + G + I + (X - M)
1.2 Factors That Influence Aggregate Supply (AS)
1.2.1 Factors of Production Land Rent Labour Wages Capital Interest Enterprise Profit
1.3 Macroeconomic Equilibrium
1.3.1 Reasons for changes
1.3.2 Effects of change Inflation GDP Economic Growth Unemloyment Balance of Payments
1.3.3 The Multiplier Process Circular Flow of Income Four-sector Model
1.3.4 The Business Cycle Slump/ Boom Recession/ Recovery
2 Economic Indicators
2.1 Key Indicators
2.1.1 GDP
2.1.2 Economic Growth
2.1.3 Inflation
2.1.4 Unemployment
2.1.5 Balance of Payments
2.1.6 Methods of Measuring
2.2 Income Redistribution
2.3 Government Policy Objectives
2.3.1 Four Key Objectives Low and stable inflation Low unemployment Positive economic growth Balance of Payments equilibrium
2.3.2 Two Minor Objectives A fair income distribution Economic stability
2.4 Conflicts in Macroeconomic Policies
2.4.1 Causes
2.4.2 Consequences
3 Macroeconomic Policy and the International Economy
3.1 Fiscal Policy
3.2 Monetary Policy
3.3 Supply-side policy
3.4 Causes and consequences
3.4.1 Inflation
3.4.2 Unemployment
3.4.3 Economic Growth
3.4.4 Current account surpluses and deficit
3.5 Effects and Effectiveness on Four Key Objectives
3.5.1 Fiscal
3.5.2 Monetary
3.5.3 Supply-side
3.6 Conflicts between policy objectives
3.6.1 Reasons for
3.6.2 Consequences
3.7 Methods of Protectionism
3.8 International Trade
3.8.1 Disadvantages
3.8.2 Advantages

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