macroeconomy


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makroekonomika

macroeconomy

[ˌmækrəʊɪˈkɒnəmɪ] Nmacroeconomía f
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The presentation also included a review of the national and international indexes, the basic developments of the macroeconomy in addition to the gross product indexes, the monetary and financial performance, the domestic and international markets, energy markets, labor market in addition to the most prominent economic future expectations.
A research paper by Michael OGrady, Jonathan Rice and Graeme Walsh examines the effects of large global shocks on the macroeconomy of Ireland and identifies the transmission channels through which such shocks emerge.
Lectura was again named as Best Reporter in Energy, while Ordinario was again declared as Best Reporter in Macroeconomy.
The 12 chapters in this volume consider the relationship between gender inequality and the macroeconomy, including the macroeconomic consequences of gender gaps in labor force participation and entrepreneurship, women's decisions to work and the role of economic fundamentals and governmental economic policies, country studies from various regions, and the role of policies and their impact on women's economic participation.
These include a robust macroeconomy, policies to stimulate investment, and bettergovernance.
Lopez said these previous visits, which included Singapore, Japan and Cambodia, among others, had helped create more awareness about the country's stable macroeconomy and promoted the Philippines as a secure and ideal investment destination.
Although the macroeconomy and our industries remain challenging, causing a decline in our revenue, we significantly improved our profit year-on-year through innovative products and strong execution.
Meanwhile, head of the IMF mission indicated that the Sudanese macroeconomy has witnessed stability in the past years.
Every 2 years, BLS publishes projections for the labor force, the macroeconomy, industry employment, and occupational employment.
Razak added that his country's macroeconomy enjoys basic components, including control over inflation rate that is predicted to range between two and four percent next year.
This will be in recognition of the best work in covering specific business sectors, namely Banking, Capital Markets, Commodities (agriculture and mining), Energy, Finance, Infrastructure, Macroeconomy, and Trade and Investments.
While traditional two-sector models of the Chinese economy are hard pressed to explain these phenomena, a variant that divides the economy into "heavy" and "light" sectors, rather than the traditional state-owned and privately owned sectors, can explain these patterns as well as other macroeconomic regularities, according to Trends and Cycles in China's Macroeconomy (NBER Working Paper No.