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ECON 1012, Week 1

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Week 1, Macroeconomics Basics, Chapter 4
Principles of Economics II (ECON 1012)
Roberto M. Samaniego
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Date Created: 09/25/16
ECON 1012 Week 1 Microeconomics is the study of individual decisions (only added up as far a market) VS Macroeconomics is the study of economic aggregate GDP (Gross Domestic Product) •   NOMINAL: The total quantity of all final goods & services produced in a place over a period of time measured @ market prices o   “final”—meaning completed & ready to sell §   As opposed to an “intermediate” good which are only parts of final products (not counted in GDP) •   REAL: o   (1) Pick a base year o   (2) Compute GDP using base year prices always §   this is how we adjust for inflation Economic Growth- phenomena that overtime GDP per person goes up 2 Main Themes of Course (1)  Economic Growth (2)  Business Cycle: fluxuations in economic activity Equation for GDP Deflator = Nominal GDP/Real GDP X 100 Inflation Rate = Current Price Level – Past Price Level / Past Price Level X 100 Consumer Price Index (CPI)- different measure of prices •   “basket of goods” consumed by the average household CPI = Cost of basket of goods / cost of basket in base year X 100


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