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the branch of economics that studies the overall working of a national economy

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Similarly a development strategy can be launched to increase exports such as promoting value-added exports through sustainable changes in the macroeconomic policy framework.
The crisis of 2008 saw both the return of macroeconomic policy to political debate and the return of active demand-side policies to prevent a slide into depression.
Macedonia is more resistant to new crises due to the long-standing sound macroeconomic policy.
One key problem going forward will be how to re-establish credibility for macroeconomic policy.
It is difficult to understand their role in determining Latvia's macroeconomic policy.
It is expected that Miyao's expertise on monetary and macroeconomic policy would help guide the board's policymaking.
In general, countries that have invested the most in improving their macroeconomic policy frameworks have more room to maneuver.
The only thing that Gruevski can gain from having control over the president of the state is that now he can replace the governor of the National Bank of Macedonia, with whom this Government does not share the same views as regards the macroeconomic policy.
Inflation could be higher, if international food and oil prices surge once again, or if macroeconomic policy is not sufficiently tight," said Mohsin Khan, Director of the IMF's Middle East and Central Asia Department.
High aid inflow in a case study of Ghana examines the macroeconomic policy response to scaling up aid inflow in 2001-03.
This essay builds on their earlier publication, The Nine Lives of the Stability Pact, Special Report of the CEPS Macroeconomic Policy Group (CEPS, 2004).
But if macroeconomic policy is designed to shrink the economy, these micro strengths are but whipped-up spume on a stagnant sea.
Recently, the political economy of macroeconomic policy choice has been guided by the simple prescriptions of the classic trilemma.
Mexico has already begun an integrated process to reduce poverty, "based on healthy macroeconomic policy, a strengthened investment climate and democratic reforms," said World Bank President James Wolfensohn.
The difference in performance, then, cannot be explained just by traditional macroeconomic policy.