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Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is a flow measure of the value of finished goods and services produced within a country's borders in a specific time period. GDP is typically calculated on an annual basis.

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How does a decrease in money supply affect price levels and Real GDP in the short run?

Specifically, when a short run AS curve is positive, how does a decrease in money supply affect price levels and Real GDP in the short run? Thank you!
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Consumer's side and producer's side

GDP gives the picture from the consumers’ side, while GVA gives the picture from the producers’ side. By definitions of both GDP and GVA "the amount of goods and services PRODUCED in an economy in a ...
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What is recession? Two quarters of -ve GDP or two quarters of slowing GDP?

I'm confused with the definition of recession. Is it two quarters of negative GDP growth , meaning GDP growing at -1% and -2% or GDP slowing to 2% and 1.5%.
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Is deprecation included in the value added approach?

I have been asked this question: "Folt Industries in 2017: It sold 1000 in sweaters, it imported 200 in wool from abroad, and purchased 200 in wool from domestic suppliers, it purchased a sewing ...
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Evolution of GDP to debt ratio

Is it possible for an entity (say a state, e.g. USA) to keep a constant GDP/debt ratio with a monotonically increasing debt. I should probably mention that I am not an economist (physics and c.s ...
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Calculate real GDP

Assume that the annual growth GDP per capita is 2%, how much will the real GDP per capita increase in 10 years. I know the manual way is to take 2 percent every years. For example after 1 year would ...
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Explain inflation to an economic novice

I'm trying to get a grasp on how exactly inflation works. What I've read so far seems to be contradictory. In some articles I've read that government spending is always(?) inflationary, and in ...
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Equation: If the equilibrium level of GDP is $21,500, what is the marginal propensity to consume?

Equations for $C$, $I$, $G$, and $NX$ are given below. If the equilibrium level of $GDP$ is $\$21,500$, what is the marginal propensity to consume? $$C = 1,500 + (MPC)\cdot Y$$ $$I = 1,000$$ $$G = 2,...
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How did the US gain such a large increase in GDP compared to other industrial nations within the last decade?

For example, while Germany’s GDP increased by about thirteen percent, the US’s GDP has increased by more than a third of its GDP in 2009.
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Help please, I cant work out this equation [closed]

. In 2012, the imaginary nation of Platland had a population of 10,000 and real GDP of 42,000,000. During the year its real GDP per person grew by about 1.94%. Which of the following sets of growth ...
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Country GDP vs Exports - why such a big difference?

I discovered that country ranking by GDP and Exports are very different. Largest by GDP ...

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