Using aggregate demand and aggregate supply as a macroeconomic tools

You are requested to submit:

1) Research project document (Text of 5 pages or the excluding graphs, charts, tables, and list of references)
2) PowerPoint presentation about the topic (between 5-10 slides).

This will count for 75% of your final grade. As of the preparatory work (The Assignment you submitted before on Moodle is counted for 25%.

Please read carefully

Part 1:

Using aggregate demand and aggregate supply as a macroeconomic tools, show their dynamics and their implications on the equilibrium GDP rate of growth, inflation rate, and unemployment rate before & during the current economic developments due to Corona virus crisis ( COVID -19 ) with a reference to the Egyptian economy.

Hint: Show the shift in aggregate demand and the shift in aggregate supply (show the degree and direction of the shift).

Part 2:

In light of the current government decission to start a gradual reopening of the Egyptian economy despit Crona Virus still exist, suggest the appropriate macroeconomic policies mix (Monetary and fiscal policies) needed to speed up the economic recovery; taking into consideration that Egypt is currently
negotiating a financial agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). This financial package is vital to the Egyptian econmy to fill the financial gap (The backage includes two arrangements, the first known as as“ Rapid Financing Instrument – RFI & the second known as Stand By Arrangement – SBA ”. Show how these suggested macroeconomic policies would achieve the targeted macroeconomic goals ( Hint: use aggregate demand and aggregate supply tools).

Page count and format:

-The research project should be about 5-6 pages of written analysis execluding graphs, charts, tables, and list of refernces

– the whole project should be up to 10 pages to include charts, graphs and tables

– make sure to include definitions of important economic termnologies at the beginning of your research project.

– Include a page of references of all the sources used.


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