"Functional Interconnections in an Open Economy"

1. Macroeconomics consists of four main sectors of economic activity – real, budgetary, monetary and external. The main relationships between sectors are most clearly defined through the System of National Accounts, a set of internationally accepted rules for the accounting of economic activity. The basis of accounting is institutional units (non-financial corporations, households, non-profit institutions, […]

Theory of statistical indicators

In order to measure the size and ratios of phenomena (i.e., to give them an appropriate quantitative characteristic), it is necessary to develop economic and social indicators corresponding to each concept. There are three types of indicators of economic and social development of society: planned; reporting; Evaluation. Planned indicators are certain specific tasks for the […]

Properties of objectively determined estimates and their analysis

Analysis of the task using objectively determined estimates shows that the first resource (wood) is not fully used. You can make sure that for the optimal plan found, 96 cubic meters of wood is enough, and 104 cubic meters are redundant. Changing the wood limit from 200 to 96 cubic meters will not affect the […]

Key currency theory

The historical basis for the emergence of this theory was a change in the balance of power in the world in favor of the United States on the basis of increasing the uneven development of countries. After World War II, the United States took a dominant position in world production, international trade, and accumulated huge […]