Macroeconomics is an important subject for all commerce and humanities students. It talks about how money is created or how a person earns their livelihood in the day-to-day routine. You can learn several topics and can request your own topic via the contact form:

  • Introduction To Economics
  • Production Possibility Curve
  • Demand Analysis
  • Supply Analysis
  • Forms of Market
  • Money and Banking
  • National Income
  • Aggregate Demand
  • Aggregate Supply
  • Balance of Payment
  • Government Budget

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Formulas used in macroeconomics

Important Formulas Used in Macroeconomics

Important Formulas Used in Macroeconomics, for class XII, CBSE. It includes formulas of national income, money and banking, aggregate demand and supply, government budget, and balance of payment. In case…

Practice Test – National Income and Indian Economy

Try solving a: Practice Test – National Income and Indian Economy. At the end of this post, you can download the PDF of the practice test for self-practice. A quick…

Value Added Method: National Income

Value added, as the name speaks for itself. It reflects the actual contribution by each factors during the production process. This method is popularly used to avoid the problem of…

Balance of Trade

The balance of trade includes only material goods of trade. It is defined as the difference between the exports of material goods and imports of material goods. Balance of trade…

Balance of Payment

Balance of payment of a country is a systematic record for the economic transactions between residents of a country and residents of a foreign country during a given period of…

Factors affecting foreign exchange

The factors affecting foreign exchange includes foreign direct investments, import duty, etc.  Let’s understand this topic in detail. A quick note: Subscribe to our website to get answers to your curriculum questions. 1.…

Equilibrium in the foreign exchange market

Foreign of exchange market is that market where currencies of 1 country are traded for another country’s currencies. Let’s understand the equilibrium in the foreign exchange market.  Let’s understand this topic…

What is the Foreign exchange?

What is the foreign exchange?

Foreign exchange refers to all currencies other than the domestic currency of a given country. For example, in India, USD will be a foreign exchange similarly the Canadian dollar will…

The Structure of the Government Budget

The government budget is an annual statement showing item wise estimates of receipts and expenditure of the government during a financial year. The structure of the government budget is divided…

Budget Expenditure

Budget expenditure refers to the estimated expenditure of the government on its developmental and non-developmental programs. It could also be done on its planned or non-planned programs during a fiscal…

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