From Demand to Supply and Back Again: a fresh perspective on Macroeconomics


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From Demand to Supply and Back Again: a fresh perspective on Macroeconomics
by Annette Meyer

Initiative, invention, innovation, and hard work are the bulwarks of a healthy and wealthy nation. They are the elements, which together with capital and technology, transform the nation into a prosperous economy.

Macroeconomics, as it exists today, is at fault in several respects for not encouraging these basic forces. Concentration on ideal rather than real models, separation of physical from financial and monetary components, and unnecessary restrictions or omissions of price movements and supply contributions have resulted in unreliable views of future outcomes.

This work is dedicated to stimulating initiative, invention, innovation, and hard work to meld a more comprehensive, flexible structure for examining world economies and their interrelationships.

About the Author

In the academic world, the author has held the position of Adjunct Professor of Economics, Assistant and Associate Professor, Department Chair, Executive Board Vice President of Omicron Delta Epsilon, Instructor, Graduate Assistant, Lecturer, President of Economists of New Jersey, and Professor Emeritus, among others.

In the business world, the author has held positions ranging from Associate Director of an Art Gallery to Sales Manager of a retail firm, which have contributed to a deeper understanding of economics and financial problems at their basic levels.

As an author, the author has written books entitled: Banking Plus: The Crux of Financial Matters in Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Turkey, the United Kingdom, and United States of America, Dominion of Interest Rates: Credit and Debt, U.S. Federal Budget, Global Arena, and Public Goods, Private Goods, the Merging in Global Space, among others.

(2011, paperback, 30 pages)
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