May 24, 2023

What is the difference between economics and economy?

In today's post, I want to clear up the confusion between two terms we often hear: economics and economy. While they may sound similar, they actually have different meanings. Economics is the social science that studies the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services, whereas the economy refers to a specific region or country's system of producing, distributing, and consuming these goods and services. Think of economics as the subject, and the economy as the real-world application of that subject. So, the next time you hear these terms, remember that economics is the study and the economy is the practical system we live in.

April 27, 2023

What is an aggregate demand and economic growth?

In today's blog post, I want to briefly discuss aggregate demand and its relationship with economic growth. Aggregate demand refers to the total demand for goods and services within an economy at a given price level and time period. It plays a crucial role in determining the overall health of an economy. Economic growth, on the other hand, is the increase in an economy's capacity to produce goods and services over time. When aggregate demand increases, businesses respond by expanding production, which in turn fosters economic growth and leads to a healthier and more prosperous society.