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PB202 MACROECONOMICS. CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMIC. Prepared by: Azlina bt Azmi Session of December 2010. Chapter Summary. Arrow Process. Why use graphics from PowerPointing.com?. - What is macroeconomics? Macroeconomics versus microeconomics Macroeconomic goal.

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Pb202 macroeconomics

PB202MACROECONOMICS

CHAPTER 1

INTRODUCTION TO MACROECONOMIC

Prepared by: Azlina bt Azmi

Session of December 2010


Pb202 macroeconomics

Chapter Summary

Arrow Process

Why use graphics from PowerPointing.com?

  • - What is macroeconomics?

  • Macroeconomics versus microeconomics

  • Macroeconomic goal

  • Price stability

  • Economic growth

  • Full employment

  • - Distribution of income

- What is aggregate demand?

-the curve

GOVERNMENT POLICIES AND TOOLS

MACROECONOMICS IN GENERAL

AGGREGATE DEMAND

AGGREGATE SUPPLY

MACROECONOMIC GOAL

Fiscal policy (tax & government spending) and Monetary Policy (supply of money)

  • Definition

  • - the curve

Preparedby: Azlina bt Azmi

Session of December 2010

This illustration is a part of ”Building Plan”. See the whole presentation at slideshop.com/value-chain


What is macroeconomics

What is macroeconomics?

  • The branch of economics that studies decision making for the economy as a whole (inflation, unemployment, economy growth, money supply, national incomes)


Macroeconomics vs microeconomics

Macroeconomics vs Microeconomics


Inflation

Inflation


Government policies

Government Policies

  • In order to stimulate economic growth


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