Theoretical considerations regarding the main macroeconomic proportions and correlations
Alexandru Badiu and
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Alexandru Manole: „Artifex” University of Bucharest
Madalina-Gabriela Anghel: „Artifex” University of Bucharest
Alexandru Badiu: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Doina Avram: Bucharest University of Economic Studies
Romanian Statistical Review Supplement, 2017, vol. 65, issue 3, 169-181
Macroeconomic analysis is reduced, most often the interpretation of how they have evolved and results indicators, particularly gross domestic product. Macroeconomic studies reveal that a number of other variables (indicators) calculated at this level but clearly the trend of future macroeconomic developments. Thus inflation, unemployment, economic growth, etc. have a close correlation with how it has evolved GDP. The pace of evolving macroeconomic indicators expressing the connection between these sizes and suggest future evolution trend. Studying literature and concludes that results from macroeconomic indicators (GDP, PIN, VN, VND) and other macroeconomic indicators calculated at a number of correlations and proportions. The authors have proposed in this article to highlight the main theoretical about correlations and proportions are established at the macroeconomic level. Will be analyzed and will do is specify where all the macroeconomic correlations identified. These correlations and proportions are completed by statistical and mathematical relationships, on which you can perform static analysis, dynamic or structured. The focus is on identifying and analyzing correlations core growth. The theoretical elements can be used in concrete and comprehensive analysis. In this respect in the (relationships) can be used mathematical identified existing data. Then the concrete results can predict trends for forecasting future work.
Keywords: correlation rate; unemployment; inflation; economic growth (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: E60 F40 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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