4 What are the economic objectives of the goverment?

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  • aimed at changing the total demand in the economy through changes in interest rates. It is not directly operated by the government. (8, 4, 6)
  • aimed to increase economys capacity to produce more goods. Increase supply! (6, 4, 6)
  • Cuased by a fall in total (aggreagate) demand in the economy. (8, 12)
  • Infaltion cause by a rise in the costs in the economy (4, 4, 9)
  • technical progress means quality of capital goods improves and a given quanity of capital can now produce more (7, 2, 10)
  • The economy can produce more if it has more workers (1, 6, 9)
  • The inflation cuased by growth in the economys money supply (7, 9)
  • The official measure of the rate of inflation (8, 5, 5)
  • This effects the quality od the workforce. The more educated, traine and skilled a woeker is the more thecountey can produce (9, 3, 8)
  • This is when seasonal wokers aren't being employed at other times of the year. (8, 12)

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