ECON545 Project 2—Macroeconomic Analysis
Uncle Dan has a 100-acre corn farm. After 30 years of growing corn, he wishes to leave that commodity’s market and enter a more profitable market instead. He is thinking of subdividing his land and building homes and shops. He reckons he could make a good profit by selling the homes and renting the shops.
Uncle Dan has several costs and risk factors to consider in making the switch. The best way to approach this scenario requires researching the economy in terms of GDP growth rate, interest rates, level of unemployment, the business cycle, fiscal policy, monetary policy, international trade, and demographics from a macroeconomics perspective.
The macroeconomic factors to be considered from the view of the organization are:
GDP growth rate, Business cycle, Fiscal policy and level of unemployment, monetary policy and interest rates, International trade, and Demographics.
Business Cycles, Unemployment, Inflation, International - Comparative Advantage, Exchange Rates, Trade, Monetary Policy and Interest Rates, and Fiscal Policy and Unemployment are the variables that are critical in addressing the issue.
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- Submitted On 16 Jun, 2016 08:44:06