Sample 2

IB Economics: Sample 2

Recession is an economic contraction, where there is falling real GDP and increasing unemployment of resources which lasts six months or more. Since there is not enough total demand in the economy to make it worthwhile for firms to produce potential GDP, firms require less labour for their production; therefore, unemployment is greater than the natural rate of unemployment. With a decline in production and employment,...


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