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MACROECONOMÍA Tema 1: Introducción. Contabilidad
Nacional Alfonso Arellano
Dpto. Fundamentos del Análisis Económico I Facultad de CCEE y Empresariales - UCM

Tema 1: Introducción y Contabilidad nacional
1.1 Introducción 1.2 Problemas básicos de la macroeconomía 1.3 Indicadores claves: el crecimiento del PIB, la
inflación, la tasa de paro 1.3.1 El PIB
1.3.2 La inflación 1.3.3 La tasa de paro
1.4 El PIB desde la óptica de la demanda: El gasto nacional
1.5 El PIB desde la óptica del ingreso o la renta 1.5.1 La renta disponible
1.6 Identidad contable básica de una economía abierta
TEMA 1: Esquema
Macroeconomía / 2ºG - 2ºH / 2014-2015

TEMA 1 1.1 Introducción
Macroeconomía: Estudia el funcionamiento de la economía como un todo.
Método de agregación: Se agregan los comportamientos individuales para construir variables agregadas. Se realizan hipótesis de relación sobre estas variables: modelo que explica el funcionamiento hipotético de una economía.
Contabilidad nacional: Estadísticas sobre variables agregadas de una economía.
España: •  INE desde 1964 •  Otros organismos: BdE, Mº Economía, BBVA Research
Objetivo del tema: •  Repasar algunos conceptos de 1er. curso •  Estudiar la identidad básica de una economía abierta
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TEMA 1 1.2 Problemas básicos de la macroeconomía
Algunos de los problemas que estudia la macroeconomía son: •  Crecimiento •  Distribución •  Fluctuaciones cíclicas
1.  Crecimiento: Análisis de los factores que desplazan la Frontera de Posibilidades de Producción (FPP) •  Incremento de L y de K (y otros factores productivos) •  Desarrollo tecnológico
Artículo pionero: Solow (1950) Crecimiento endógeno: Década de los 80 Variable clave de análisis: PIB per cápita
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TEMA 1 1.2 Problemas básicos de la macroeconomía
FPP : F(L,K ,Tecnología dada)
Recursos desempleados
•  Crecimiento: Factores que desplazan la FPP
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TEMA 1 1.2 Problemas básicos de la macroeconomía 2.  Distribución: Es una economía más normativa que analiza
políticas para redistribuir la renta
3.  Fluctuaciones cíclicas: el desempleo •  1929: gran depresión •  Década de los 70: Crisis del petróleo •  1997: Crisis de las economías asiáticas •  2008-Actualidad: Crisis actual - Burbuja financiera, burbuja
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