Equilibrium unemployment

IB Economics: Equilibrium unemployment

This page focuses on the types of equilibrium unemployment.What unemployment is still present in the economy when the economy is in equilibrium (full employment).Lesson time: 85 minutesLesson objectives:Explain, using a diagram, that structural unemployment is caused by changes in the demand for particular labour skills, changes in the geographical location of industries, and labour market rigidities.

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