macroeconomist macroeconomist


  • (n) an economist who specializes in macroeconomics


  1. For the first decade of his career, Roubini, 51, was a well-regarded but hardly renowned macroeconomist.
  2. Summers is not a monetary economist or macroeconomist.
  3. Back in December, I had drinks with a prominent macroeconomist who has been, among other things, advising Congress on how to handle the economic implosion.


  • interview on Mar. 6, one of the signers of the New York Times ' open letter, Nobel laureate Edward Prescott of Arizona State University's WP Carey School of Business, argued that "no respectable macroeconomist" believes stimulus works.
    on Mar 8, 2009 By: William Polk Carey Source: BusinessWeek

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