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Definition of 'Macroeconomics'
The term Macro has been taken from the Latin word Macros which means big. The field of economics that studies the behavior of the aggregate economy. Macroeconomics examines economy-wide phenomena such as changes in unemployment, national income, rate of growth, gross domestic product, inflation and price levels. Macroeconomics Concerns

ProductionPricesIncomeEmployment
National
Production/Output
Total Industrial Output
Gross Domestic Product
Growth of OutputAggregate Price Level
Consumer prices
Producer Prices
Rate of InflationNational Income
Total wages and salaries
Total corporate profits
Employment and
Unemployment in the
Economy
Total number of jobs
Unemployment rate

Therefore, as is clear from the above, the following issues/subjects define the scope of Macro Economics: 1.Aggregates of national income and its determination
2.Theories of Income and Employment.
3.Theory of Money and Banking.
4.Fiscal Theory.
5.Balance of Payment.
Scope and Importance of Macro Economics
Macro Economics is of much theoretical and practical importance. Let us see what are the importance and the scope where macro economics are being used. 1.To Understand the working of the Economy
The study of macro economics variables is requisite for considerate the operation of the financial system. Our main economic complexities are associated with the performance of total income, irredundant and the normal price scale in the fiscal. These variables are geometrically measurable in this manner facilitating the probabilities of analysing the effects on the functioning of the economy. 2.In Economic Policies

Macro Economics is extremely useful from the view point of the fiscal policy. Modern Governments, particularly, the underdeveloped economies are confronted with innumerable national problems. They are the problems of over population, inflation, balance of payments, general under production etc. The main conscientiousness...