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# Economia - Macroeconomia

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CHAPTER 2CHAPTER 2
The Data of MacroeconomicsThe Data of Macroeconomics
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Learning objectivesLearning objectives
In this chapter, you will learn about:
Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
the Consumer Price Index (CPI)
the Unemployment Rate
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Gross Domestic ProductGross Domestic Product
Two definitions:
1.
Total expenditure ondomestically-producedfinal goods and services
2.
Total income earned bydomestically-locatedfactors of production
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Why expenditure = incomeWhy expenditure = income
In every transaction,the buyer’s expenditurebecomes the seller’s income.Thus, the sum of allexpenditure equalsthe sum of all income.

In every transaction,In every transaction,the buyer’s expenditurethe buyer’s expenditurebecomes the seller’s income.becomes the seller’s income.Thus, the sum of allThus, the sum of allexpenditure equalsexpenditure equalsthe sum of all income.the sum of all income.

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definition: A firm’s
isthe value of its outputminusthe value of the intermediate goodsthe firm used to produce that output.
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Exercise:Exercise:
((
Problem 2, p.38 Problem 2, p.38
))
A farmer grows a bushel of wheatand sells it to a miller for \$1.00.
The miller turns the wheat into flourand sells it to a baker for \$3.00.
The baker uses the flour to make a loaf of bread and sells it to an engineer for \$6.00.
Compute
–
value added at each stage of production
–
GDP
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GDP = value of final goods produced= sum of value added at all stagesof production
The value of the final goods already includesthe value of the intermediate goods,so including intermediate goods in GDPwould be double-counting.

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Consumption (Consumption (
CC
))
durable goods
last a long timeex: cars, homeappliances
non-durable goods
last a short timeex: food, clothing
services
work done forconsumersex: dry cleaning,air travel.
def: the value of all goodsand services bought byhouseholds. Includes:
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U.S. Consumption, 2001U.S. Consumption, 2001
\$ billions% of GDPConsumption

\$7,064.5 69.2%Durables 858.3 8.4Nondurables 2,055.1 20.1Services 4,151.1 40.7\$ billions% of GDPConsumption

\$7,064.5 69.2%Durables 858.3 8.4Nondurables 2,055.1 20.1Services 4,151.1 40.7
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Investment (Investment (
II
))
def1: spending on [the factor of production] capital.def2: spending on goods bought for future use.Includes:
spending on plant and equipment that firms willuse to produce other goods & services
residential fixed investment
spending on housing units by consumers andlandlords
inventory investment
the change in the value of all firms’ inventories