Macroeconomics Quotes

Macroeconomics Quotes by Celinda Lake, Paul Samuelson, Paul Krugman, Ben Bernanke, Jim Rogers, P. J. O’Rourke and many others.

Listen to the women. Women say exactly what they want. Who has concrete plans – not macroeconomics but kitchen table economics. Who will change the situation for their families, and help restore the middle class. Women are also sick to death of having their bodies and their lives treated as a political football.
Macroeconomics, even with all of our computers and with all of our information – is not an exact science and is incapable of being an exact science.
Friedrich Hayek is not an important figure in the history of macroeconomics.
I think that having good data, good statistics-and the United States generally has better macroeconomic statistics than most countries-and having good economists to interpret those data and present the policy alternatives, has a substantially beneficial effect on policymaking in the United States.
Most work in macroeconomics in the past 30 years has been useless at best and harmful at worst.
When things go wrong on a macroeconomic level, it’s almost always this way. People find someone to blame, whether it’s blacks, whites, Christians, Jews, Muslims-whoever.
Microeconomics is about money you don’t have, and macroeconomics is about money the government is out of.
In the area of macroeconomic policies, I think we’ll see more centralization, like in the budgetary sphere.
Gore Vidal, the American writer, once described the American economic system as ‘free enterprise for the poor and socialism for the rich‘. Macroeconomic policy on the global scale is a bit like that. It is Keynesianism for the rich countries and monetarism for the poor.
No single piece of macroeconomic advice given by the experts to their government has ever had the results predicted.
I’ve always had an interest in geopolitics and macroeconomics.
I’m not a macroeconomics person.