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This paper examines and talks about the relationship of political institutions and the macroeconomy. It talks about the effects of electoral competition on macroeconomic policy and on the economic cycle. It also talks about the  role of different…
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Macroeconomics and Politics

This paper examines and talks about the relationship of political institutions and the macroeconomy. It talks about the effects of electoral competition on macroeconomic policy and on the economic cycle. It also…

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Impact of the pandemic on the economy

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the economy, not only in the United States but also worldwide. The stock market fluctuated, leaving shareholders with little to no dividends. The unemployment rate skyrocketed, and in some…
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Unemployment

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, when workers are said to be unemployed, their families lose wages, and the nation as a whole loses their contribution to the economy with goods and services that could have been produced. The…

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How Covid has Impacted Macroeconomics

After reading the article about how Covid-19 has impacted the world in the macroeconomic world, there are a couple interesting points. The most interesting part about the article is about how most places around the world are expected to…

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U.S. VS Global Economy

From what I have read it seems that the United States and China are at the forefront of economic recovery. Recent data from the U.S. has shown that employers added 916,000 jobs in March, which is the biggest gain since August. The managing…

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