Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Ryan Elantri: What to Know About Macroeconomics

Ryan Elantri recently became a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, having majored in both Economics (B.S.) and Chinese (B.A.) in the Spring of 2017. A dedicated student, Financials Sector Analyst for the Penn State Investment Association and Contributor to the Seeking Alpha and Penn State Finance Society, Ryan Elantri demonstrated not only a powerful intellect throughout his student tenure, but also a considerable aptitude for financial and economic principles; one that promises to serve him well throughout his career.
Ryan Elantri

As someone able to discuss such principles intelligently and on a variety of levels, Ryan Elantri knows the concept of Macroeconomics well. Below is a surface-level examination of the topic, as well as how it is applied.

A Basic Definition

Seen as an integral branch of economics, macroeconomics is the study of the subject on a large scale; a look at economic phenomena and the often enormous impact they across an entire population. Such components often analyzed in such study include inflation, rate of growth, per capita income and differences in employments levels.


Macroeconomic application is generally done through macroeconomic policy, which is further broken down into fiscal and monetary policy, respectively. The purpose of applying macroeconomics is to create stabilization throughout a large economy by adapting to economy-wide phenomena.


As mentioned before, the ultimate goal of macroeconomic application is to achieve economic stability. In essence, the primary goal(s) is to achieve sustainable national growth while limited the impact of external phenomena.
Ryan Elantri possesses considerable knowledge and expertise of such areas as Macroeconomics, emerging markets and investment banking.