Macroeconomics (from the Greek prefix makro- meaning "large" and economics) is a branch of economics dealing with the performance, structure, behavior, and decision-making of an economy as a whole, rather than individual markets. This includes national, regional, and global economies. With microeconomics, macroeconomics is one of the two most general fields in economics.
New human-centred concepts of economies' "aggregate distribution function" and social "welfare gap" created to internalize household living standards and the social contract in macroeconomics, complementing traditional "aggregate production function" and "output gap" focused on GDP.
Yet a large literature in macroeconomics and development argues that real-world markets fall short of this efficient benchmark, especially in developing countries ... In macroeconomics, prior work has found large losses in aggregate productivity from misallocation.
Adapting for a new macroeconomic reality. Dominique Senequier, CEO and Founder of Ardian discussed opportunities in the private equity market and how to adapt for a new macroeconomic reality, at the IPEM... equity market and how to adapt for a new macroeconomic reality, at the IPEM.
The Macroeconomics, Trade, and Finance SeminarSeries is a weekly series hosted by the World Bank's research department. The series invites leading researchers from the fields of macroeconomics, growth, trade, international integration, and finance to present the results of their recent research in a seminar format ... A Macroeconomic Analysis.
). 30 November 2023. As demand factors have been unfavourable in the domestic housing market, the level of transactions and new housing loans has remained low country-wide ... The overvaluation of house prices compared to macroeconomic fundamentals has eased substantially since 2022 H2, its level remains high compared to previous years ... Communications.