Theoretical Analysis

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Economic phenomena, such as fluctuations in inflation, unemployment, foreign exchange rates and so on, seem to occur irregularly and randomly. By observing carefully, however, we can find that these phenomena are related to each other and that they often have a certain regularity and similarity, regardless of time or country. A lot of past studies have produced widely-acceptable theoretical hypotheses on the economic behavior of businesses and households, the movement of market and price, and the performance of production and employment. Economic theories are constructed by the accumulation of the theoretical hypotheses. These economic theories are helpful as common assets, even when we examine new economic issues. Exactly the same economic phenomena do not occur each time, but based on established economic theories, we can resolve new economic phenomena. Don't miss the opportunity to obtain meaningful discoveries in the world of economics.