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Econ 2105 Week 2 Pt. 1 Notes

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Notes from 8/29 lecture about GDP
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Date Created: 08/30/16
Econ 2105 Week 2 Chp. 6: Intro to Macroeconomics and GDP (Pt. 1) What is GDP  Market value of all final goods and services produced within a nation during a specific period of time o Functions as barometer for economy o Measures nation’s output and income o Computed quarterly by Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) Output and Income  Essentially same  Nations that produce large amount of high-valued output relatively wealthy  Nations that don’t produce large amount of high-value products tend to be poor Firms Goods & Labor Services Families Output = GDP = Income Market Value  Reflected in prices times quantity o When added up = GDP Goods Produced Quantity Price Market Value Corn 12 billion $5 $60 Billion Cars 8 million $30,000 $240 Billion Econ 2105 Week 2 GDP increases for 2 reasons 1.) More goods & services produced 2.) Higher prices Real GDP Used 2009 base prices  Accounts for changes in prices o Better measure of economic activity o EX:  real GDP 2015: $16,397 billion Only because of Nominal GDP prices increasing  GDP computed in current year prices o EX:  Nominal GDP 2015: $18,036  Only final goods and services included in GDP o Goods that’re sold to final users  EX: Cellphones, Laptops, etc.  Includes prices of everything put into product during production  Intermediate Goods o Goods that firms repackage or bundle with other goods for sale at later stage  EX: cellphone case, keyboard, laptop processer Goods and Services  Goods o Tangible  Cars, food, houses, etc  Services o Provide benefits without production of tangible products Must be produced domestically (imports not included)  Can be produced by resident or foreigner o EX:  KIA plant in GA is US GDP  Nike plant in Thailand goes to Thai GDP Time  Used products included in year they were produced o EX:  Used car included in GDP it was manufactured Econ 2105 Week 2 Uses of GDP  Estimates living standards across time & nations o Per Capita GDP is average living standard of country  GDP/Population = Per Capita GDP o Total GDP doesn’t adjust to population  Measures economic growth o Changes in living standards over time o Where economy grows, so does living standard  Measures business cycle o Short-run fluctuations in economic activity that can cause output to be above or below long-run o Stages: 1.) Expansion  slow economic growth  jobs easier to find 2.) Contraction  slow decay  jobs harder to find 3.) Peak 4.) Trough


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