The study of the overall aspects and workings of a national economy, such as income, output, and the interrelationship among diverse economic sectors.(noun)
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Use "macroeconomics" in a sentence
"However, this course based on macroeconomics, is designed …"
"We need a strong leader well experienced in macroeconomics, military tactics and foreign affairs to pull us out of what is boiling down to be 12 years of combined disastrous leadership (sic)."
"Stephen, in macroeconomics Christina Romer (now with the Obama Administration) has done some very good empirical work in trying to find “natural experiments” where there was a sudden unexpected policy change and then teasing out the statistical impact."