Economics and Finance

   

The Insights of Demand-Supply Curve of Macroeconomics and Its Application to GDP Components

Authors: Wanchung Hu

Macroeconomics is the key economics branch to describe gross economy behavior of one country or the world. However, the detailed demand-supply graph representing the macroeconomics is not clearly explicit. Here, I will use the demand-supply curve to explain the detailed macroeconomics contents (GDP=C+I+G+NX) in the graph. I propose the demand-supply curve is likely the typical demand-supply curve with upward and downward slopes. The detailed components will be shown in the following graph in the content.

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[v1] 2014-06-10 03:43:03
[v2] 2014-06-10 22:14:23

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