The theory that learning increases the efficiency of production is called the?
Income not used for consumption is?
Real GDP divided by the total population is?
When demand does not change much after a price change, demand is?
A public good is an example of a?
The time it takes for monetary or fiscal policy to become effective is the?
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not used for consumption? Disposable
Real GDP divided by total pop? Standard of Living
Demand is?: Inelastic Price Change
A good in general. there are several.. public are non-excludable
lag time or time lag.. time provided in order to obtain evidence or data needed to determine a change in the economy. Please help with this answer and help me understand more concepets. i love this forum:)
What a bout a "public good" an example of what?
a. savings b. real GDP per person or per capita and this is a good measure of the std of living c. inelastic d. a highway or public park e. the time-lag necessary for such policies to become effective on the economy wmw