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Keynesian economics: a. relies on the idea that free markets can regulate themselves. c. encourages the increased role of government to achieve full employment and economic growth. b. requires a balanced budget for optimum efficiency.
Keynesian economics encourages the increased role of government to achieve full employment and economic growth.
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Keynesian economics encourages the increased role of government to achieve full employment and economic growth.
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All of the following are characteristics of classical economics EXCEPT a. a free market economy. b. the law of supply and demand. c. the idea of achieving market equilibrium. d. a significant role for government in the running of the economy.
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All of the following are characteristics of classical economics EXCEPT a significant role for gov't in running the economy.
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