W3 GDP and Economic Indicators Report Part 1 01 31 2018 (1).docx

W3 GDP and Economic Indicators Report Part 1 01 31 2018 (1).docx

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Hello, Everyone -- In each week of this class, a written report is due on Sunday. Your written reports should be submitted to the appropriate dropbox. Instructions for the Week 3 report are as follows: Study-Group Assignment -- GDP and Economic Indicators Report: Part I Due Date: Sunday This is the first part of a two-part study-group assignment. First, as a group, complete the GDP Components Table for Week Three Report , which is posted in our online classroom. Second, each individual member of your study group should rank the five components of GDP in order of importance. Assign a "1" to the component you think is most important (has the largest influence on GDP and the economy), a "2" to the next most important, and so on, down to a "5" (the component you think has the least influence on GDP and the economy). Base your rankings on your GDP Components Table , which will include: (1) a definition of GDP and its five components, (2) the relative size of each component, and (3) volatility of each component.
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  • Summer '17
  • Dr. Touhey
  • Macroeconomics, gross domestic product, Personal consumption expenditures price index, GDP Components Table

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