Macroeconomics for Professionals: A Guide for Analysts and Those Who Need to Understand Them

Macroeconomics for Professionals

A Guide for Analysts and Those Who Need to Understand Them
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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No. of pages:308 pages
Size:227x153x15 mm
Weight:480 g
Illustrations: 33 b/w illus.
Short description:

Offers a guide to the concepts essential for understanding macroeconomic analysis and policies at a practical level.

Long description:
Understanding macroeconomic developments and policies in the twenty-first century is daunting: policy-makers face the combined challenges of supporting economic activity and employment, keeping inflation low and risks of financial crises at bay, and navigating the ever-tighter linkages of globalization. Many professionals face demands to evaluate the implications of developments and policies for their business, financial, or public policy decisions.&&&160;Macroeconomics for Professionals&&&160;provides a concise, rigorous, yet intuitive framework for assessing a country's macroeconomic outlook and policies. Drawing on years of experience at the International Monetary Fund, Leslie Lipschitz and Susan Schadler have created an operating manual for professional applied economists and all those required to evaluate economic analysis.

'Leslie Lipschitz and Susan Schadler provide a superb road map for assessing a country's policies. It is relevant not only for new IMF economists but also for analysts in investment banks, rating agencies, finance ministries, and central banks, as well as for economic journalists seeking to bridge the gap between theory and real-world practice.' Peter Heller, Finance & Development
Table of Contents:
1. Introduction, motivation, and overview; 2. Real economic activity; 3. Inflation, relative prices, and expectations; 4. Monetary policy and accounts; 5. The fiscal system; 6. Financial stability; 7. The external accounts.