Bachmann, a macroeconomist
, sees value in incorporating more micro studies into big-picture questions that macroeconomists
usually tackle, like inflation, unemployment and the business cycle.
He was initially the group's macroeconomist
, but his research gradually shifted focus to the influence of macro-policy on rural households.
American economist, Paul Krugman, gives British macroeconomist
Brit Wren-Lewis the seal of approval.
The man once touted as Europe's best hope has turned out to be as elitist and arrogant as a macroeconomist
armed with a DSGE model.
Hurst is a wide-ranging applied macroeconomist
whose work has touched on labor markets, household finance, and household financial behavior.
James Hamilton has documented how most recessions - including the most recent one - are preceded by sharp rises in the price of oil.
estimates the growth of the Slovak economy to speed up in 2018 from 3.4 percent to 3.
The economic growth that powered the United States between 1870 and 1970 was probably a one-time event, Gordon, a noted macroeconomist
Dean Turner, director and macroeconomist
at UBS, believes that the stable economic conditions will benefit exporters in particular - but that a smooth EU deal is needed.
Angus Downie, the chief macroeconomist
of the African Development Bank, believes that the agreement looks extremely promising, and that such reform programmes do have momentum.
As a macroeconomist
based in Addis Ababa says: "There is no attempt to open up the banking sector due to ideological reasons and fear that the government banks will lose their competitive advantage if it opens."
In"Mass Capitalism: A Blueprint for Economic Revival", Apek Mulay (Business and Technology Consultant with Mulay's Consultancy Services and a senior analyst and Macroeconomist
in US Semiconductor Industry) presents solutions to the economic problems threatening the survival of the US and global economies.