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Quantitative Economics (BQE) Formulas For Macroeconomics

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Quantitative Economics (BQE)

Formulas for Macroeconomics
Key Formulas in Macroeconomics
1. GDP = C + I + G + Xn: The expenditure approach to measuring GDP
2. GDP = W + I + R + P: The income approach to measuring GDP
3. Calculating nominal GDP: The quantity of various goods produced in a nation times
their current prices, added together.
4. GDP deflator: A price index used to adjust nominal GDP to arrive at real GDP.
Called the ‘deflator’ because nominal GDP will usually over-state the value of a
nation’s output if there has been inflation.

11.Quantity theory of money: MV = PY – a moneterist’s view which explains how
changes in the money supply will affect the price level assuming the velocity of
money and the level of output are fixed.

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