Macro-Economic Risk

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Macro-Economic Risk Analytics

Macroeconomic risk is a complex and multi-dimensional phenomenon that requires the most extensive analysis of systematic risk not only from a geographical and historical aspect but also in the context of modern economic processes. The dynamism of financial markets, social structure, technology related transformations prove that macroeconomic development is of non-linear nature and has much uncertainty and unbalance.

Policymakers need to predict the future direction of the economy before they can decide which policy to adopt. They need forecasting tools that do more than project the likely path of important economic indicators like inflation, output, or unemployment. There are three broad categories of macroeconomic models each with its own strengths and weaknesses: structural, nonstructural, and large-scale models.

Policymakers need to predict the future direction of the economy before they can decide which policy to adopt. They need forecasting tools that do more than project the likely path of important economic indicators like inflation, output, or unemployment. There are three broad categories of macroeconomic models each with its own strengths and weaknesses: structural, nonstructural, and large-scale models.

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