Definition of Macroeconomist

1. Noun. An economist who specializes in macroeconomics.

Exact synonyms: Macroeconomic Expert
Generic synonyms: Economic Expert, Economist
Derivative terms: Macroeconomics



Definition of Macroeconomist

1. Noun. An expert in macroeconomics, or large-scale economics. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Literary usage of Macroeconomist

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1. Season of Hope: Economic Reform Under Mandela And Mbeki by Alan Hirsch (2005)
"Brian Kantor, a senior macroeconomist at the University of Cape Town, also called for a more ambitious borrowing programme (Cape Times 25 August 1994). ..."

2. Policy Coherence Towards East Asia: Development Challenges for OECD Countries by Kiichiro Fukasaku (2005)
"... changed to stress alternative linkages, but most of the points will still be familiar to the typical macroeconomist interested in developing economies. ..."

3. The Policy Paradox in Africa: Strengthening Links Between Economic Research by Elias Ayuk, Mohamed Ali Marouani (2007)
"For example, an institute could invite an internationally renowned macroeconomist to have a dialogue with Treasury and Central Bank officials. ..."

4. Redefining the State in Latin America by Colin I. Bradford (1994)
"... a dollar saved is a dollar earned. Developing that menu of standard costs, however, is often extremely complicated. 9. A macroeconomist ..."

5. Education and Health Expenditure and Poverty Reduction in East Africa by Christian Morrisson (2002)
"As a macroeconomist, I am mostly interested in an assessment of the contribution of the two sectors under consideration to human capital formation and to ..."

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