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Types of Macroeconomics

Macroeconomics is the branch of economics that deals with an entire economy. Macroeconomics deals not with an individual price of a product, but with the price level, not with individual income, but with the national income, and not with the individual market, but with an economy as a whole. 

The macroeconomics is divided into three types. So, the three types of macroeconomics are Macro-Static, Macro-Comparative Static, and Macro Dynamic.

Macro-static

three types of macroeconomics are Macro-Static, Macro-Comparative Static, and Macro Dynamic. three types of macroeconomics are Macro-Static, Macro-Comparative Static, and Macro Dynamic.

Macro-Comparative Static

three types of macroeconomics are Macro-Static, Macro-Comparative Static, and Macro Dynamic. comparative macro statics 3 Types of Macroeconomics Macroeconomics

Macro-dynamics

three types of macroeconomics are Macro-Static, Macro-Comparative Static, and Macro Dynamic. macro-dynamics

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