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CLEP Macroeconomics: Measurement Of Economic Performance

Subjects : clep, economics
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1. Measures national income as the sum of the incomes received by productive resources in the economy; also called Gross Domestic Income (GDI)






2. Second-hand sales (goods not produced that year) and financial transactions (moving money from x to y); not counted in GDP






3. Measures the amount of goods and services one's money can buy; measures purchasing power






4. Used for comparing the price of a specific market basket of goods and services in one particular year to the price in a base year






5. Maximum output of business cycle






6. A sustained rise in the general price level of an economy






7. Inflation arising from the supply or cost side of the economy






8. Measures GDP by adding up all that is spent by various consumers on this year's total output of final goods and services; also called gross national expenditure (GNE)






9. Results from a pattern of work that changes due to seasonal fluctuations in demand or due to changing weather conditions






10. Recurrent ups and downs of economic activity






11. Measures the prices of a fixed market basket of over 300 consumer goods and services purchased by the typical urban consumer






12. Output measured at base year prices - and thus adjusted






13. Inflation caused by excess demand in the economy






14. GDP = C + Ig + G + Xn






15. Frictional + structural unemployment






16. (1) wages - (2) rents - (3) profits - (4) interest - (5) misc






17. Cost of living allowance






18. GDI = w + i + r + pi + misc






19. The sale of a finished good or product directly to a consumer (baker sells bread to customer); counted in GDP






20. Monetary






21. Phase of the business cycle where output and employment begin to move toward full employment






22. Used to calculate how long it will take for prices to double; divide the number 70 by the annual inflation rate to find out how many years it will take for prices to double






23. All people living in a society who are of legal age to work






24. Cyclical unemployment is at 0






25. Income earned that is available to resource suppliers and others before payment of personal taxes






26. Total income earned by resource suppliers for their contributions to the production of the GNP






27. All people who are either employed or unemployed - but excludes people who are institutionalized or in the military






28. For every 1% the actual unemployment rate exceeds the natural (frictional + structural) unemployment rate - a 2.5% GDP gap occurs






29. The number of dollars one receives as wages - rent - interest or profit






30. (base year basket valued at current year prices/base year basket valued at base year prices) x 100






31. Phase of the business cycle where output and employment are at their lowest levels






32. Output sacrificed due to unemployment






33. Consumption - investment - government - and net exports






34. Output measured at current prices - and thus unadjusted figure for GDP






35. Those who are on ______ incomes are hurt most by inflation






36. Allows us to keep tabs on the economic health of society and to develop policies that will improve that health






37. Shows how money and goods and services flow between the various markets and players in the economy






38. The price index that puts all goods and services in the market basket; measures the overall price level change - not just a change in price of typical consumer goods






39. Wages - represents monies earned by labor - including pensions - workman's compensation - and insurance






40. All investment spending by government and business firms






41. Income earned by the factors of production for their current contributions to production; total dollar value of all final goods and services produced for consumption in society during a particular time period






42. The total net sales of goods sold abroad minus the total net spent on purchases from other countries






43. The average of all prices is falling






44. Periodic and predictable economic changes






45. (1) final purchases of machinery and equipment by governments and business; (2) all construction; and (3) changes in inventories






46. Government purchase of goods and services; does not include transfer payments and expenditures for servicing the national debt or investment goods






47. Those that are used to produce other goods that will eventually be sold (miller sells flour to a baker); not counted in GDP






48. Personal income less income taxes






49. Temporary and associated with turnover in the labor market






50. A basic accounting measure of total production of goods and services of the national economy in one year