+1-415-670-9189
info@expertsmind.com
Relation between unemployment rates in both countries
Course:- Other Subject
Reference No.:- EM132112868




Assignment Help
Expertsmind Rated 4.9 / 5 based on 47215 reviews.
Review Site
Assignment Help >> Other Subject

Purpose: To enable students to research, critically analyse and evaluate the macroeconomic performance of Australia and New Zealand. This assessment contributes to Learning Outcomes b, c and d.

Task Details: Students will complete a research-based analysis and evaluation of the relative macroeconomic performance of Australia and New Zealand from 1995 to 2015.

Students will follow the following procedure:

(1) Obtain Australian and New Zealand data on the following key macroeconomic indicators: real GDP, interest rates (Australia's cash rate and New Zealand's official cash rate (OCR)), unemployment rate, inflation rate.

(2) Discuss the relation between both countries' real GDP growth rates and inflation rates. Illustrate your discussion with summary statistics and pairwise graphs.

(3) Discuss the relation between unemployment rates in both countries. Illustrate your discussion with summary statistics and pairwise graphs.

(4) Discuss the relation between the cash rate and official cash rate (OCR). Do movements Australia's cash rate drive movements in the New Zealand's OCR? In which country has monetary policy been tighter in the past decade, Australia or New Zealand? Illustrate your discussion with summary statistics and pairwise graphs of the cash rate and the OCR.

(5) Based on your summary statistics, graphs and analysis and discussion above, write a short prediction of the macroeconomic outlook of Australia and New Zealand. Are Australia and New Zealand likely to experience a recession or expansion soon?

Research requirements, presentation and source of data

Research requirements: Students need to support their analysis with a minimum of 10 academic journal articles plus the text. Students aiming for a Credit or higher grade will need to use more sources. Articles should be relevant and recent. Non-academic journal sources may also be used, but relevant and validity should be clarified with the lecturer/tutor.

Presentation: Report format - 2500 + 10% word report - Word .doc or .docx
Title page, executive summary, table of contents, appropriate headings and sub- headings, recommendations/findings/conclusions, in-text referencing and reference list (Harvard - Anglia style), attachments if relevant. Single spaced, font Times New Roman 12pt, Calibri 11pt or Arial 10pt.

Answered:-

Verified Expert

This paper includes critically analyses and evaluate the macroeconomic performance of Australia and New Zealand. The relation between both countries’ real GDP growth rates and inflation rates and the the relation between the cash rate and official cash rate (OCR) and movements Australia’s cash rate drive movements in the New Zealand’s OCR in which country has monetary policy been tighter in the past decade, Australia or New Zealand is also discussed in this report.



Put your comment
 
View Conversion
Minimize
  1. user image
    inf2112868

    I am glad with the work done. The processing of order is simple and easy. You just need to follow some simple steps to submit your order and it all done. The affordable prices are quite attractive. I got professional assignment done before deadline from Experts Mind....

  2. user image
    len2112868

    You must follow an appropriate format explained below. Not following appropriate format will cause a loss of some marks. All analytical contents must be clearly typed and printed. Hand-written report will NOT be accepted. Appropriate heading or sub-title of each section must be typed and used. You must analyse, explain and show how and why you draw your conclusion. You must also draw and include appropriate and relevant graphs and tables together in your explanation. Draw them using Microsoft Power Point/Word/Excel, NOT hand- drawn.

  3. user image
    len2112868

    Presentation: Report format - 2500 + 10% word report – Word .doc or .docx Title page, executive summary, table of contents, appropriate headings and sub- headings, recommendations/findings/conclusions, in-text referencing and reference list (Harvard – Anglia style), attachments if relevant. Single spaced, font Times New Roman 12pt, Calibri 11pt or Arial 10pt. Source of Data: Data may be obtained many credible sources, including: (1) abs.gov.au; (2) rba.gov.au; (3) (4) imf.org and (5) wb.org. Read the monetary policy statements of the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Reserve Bank of New Zealand for insights in monetary policy.



Ask Question & Get Answers from Experts
Browse some more (Other Subject) Materials
Identify one area in which the student academically struggles. Identify a student who has a learning disability and answer the questions In which academic area(s) does the stu
The number of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder has risen dramatically during the past few decades. Researchers are now calling it an urgent health matter; so
A discussion of how stakeholder interests, opinions, and concerns are managed in non-profit organizations. A discussion of how stakeholder interests, opinions, and concerns ar
Recognize the literary production you chose to focus on. Provide the brief overview of what the piece is about, the author's background and how the piece fits or does not fi
The Tidewater Police Department is a small rural department that consists of 22 police officers, 4 detectives, a criminal intelligence analyst and 3 secretaries. The mayor j
You and your partner are detectives working in plain clothes. For several days, you have been staking out an elementary school playground where an adult male reportedly has
Discuss main reasons why abuse of seniors is recognized yet usually goes unreported. Next, suggest one action that citizens or family members could take to reduce elder abus
You are the Principal at a large metropolitan Primary school The student in question, is a girl named Sarah. Sarah has just moved to the area in question and is about to go in