The process macroeconomists use to track production, income, and consumption is known as national income accounting and provides information about a country's economic activities.
The most widely used NIPA is gross domestic product.
To actually compute GDP, economists use the output- expendature model.
Personal consumption expenditures include durable goods, nondurable goods, and services.
Gross investment is the total value of all capital goods produced in a given country in one year as well as changes in the dollar value of business inventories.
Government transfer payments are not included when calculating government purchases.
A price index is a set of statistics that allows economists to compare price over time.
Illegal activities and unreported legal activities are part of the underground economy.
Barter transactions, housework, and do-it-yourself home repairs are examples of nonmarket activities.
Inderect taxes are taxes included in the final price of goods and services.