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AS Macro - Supply-side policy: 'Thousands' on benefit cap find work

AS Macro - Supply-side policy: 'Thousands' on benefit cap find work | GCSE Economics - BOJ | Scoop.it

Via Saint Martin's - Economics
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Does this prove that Supply side policy is the best policy to fight unemployment?

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Saint Martin's - Economics 's curator insight, February 6, 2014 11:27 AM

AS students, this is excellent data for this week's essay title towards your supply-side policy question.

sarah khan's comment, February 10, 2014 6:55 AM
no thank you.
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5 Powerful 'Brain Hacks' That Will Rocket Your Daily Productivity ...

5 Powerful 'Brain Hacks' That Will Rocket Your Daily Productivity ... | GCSE Economics - BOJ | Scoop.it
If so, then I'd like to offer you a few of the most powerful 'mind tricks' that can help you dramatically increase your daily productivity and focus so that you can get more done in less time. If you'd love to learn how to sharpen ...
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How is it productivity can impact unemployment, inflation and economic growth?

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High-income earners' spending to boost job creation, economic growth: report - GlobalPost

High-income earners' spending to boost job creation, economic growth: report - GlobalPost | GCSE Economics - BOJ | Scoop.it
High-income earners' spending to boost job creation, economic growth: report
GlobalPost
SEOUL, Feb.
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What Policy could the UK adopt to see this kind of boost to the UK Economy? 

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Car industry is not the productivity knuckle dragger it is made out to ...

Car industry is not the productivity knuckle dragger it is made out to ... | GCSE Economics - BOJ | Scoop.it
Carmakers lead the Australian manufacturing sector in labour productivity, but that's not enough to save it in the long run.
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Higher wages won’t increase unemployment!

Higher wages won’t increase unemployment! | GCSE Economics - BOJ | Scoop.it
Conservatives on the right contend that higher salaries mean fewer jobs.
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Do you think increasing the minimum wage in America will increase unemployment? Will it have any other economic impact? 

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Amir Muhammad's comment, February 10, 2014 7:08 AM
i think increasing the minimum wage will increase unemployment because workers will demand for a higher wage and therefore workers will be unemployed
Ishaq Shah's comment, February 10, 2014 7:15 AM
Increasing the minimum wage will increase unemployment as firms will pay workers more money. Some people may therefore ask for a higher wage and this could cause a increase in unemployment
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5.6 per cent economic growth rate likely in India next year, stable govt is ... - Financial Express

5.6 per cent economic growth rate likely in India next year, stable govt is ... - Financial Express | GCSE Economics - BOJ | Scoop.it
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How is it external factors such as the weather can impact the economic growth of a country? Can you think of any other examples?

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Omar Mostafa's curator insight, February 10, 2014 7:01 AM

Weather is one of the factor which affect supply and shifts the supply curve. In case of a terrible weather, the supply curve will shift to the left as the supply of products fall - If there is a reduction in supply, then sellers will not be able to respond to demand quickly which causes firms to increase the price of goods, which leads to inflation and maybe a recession

Amir Sharif's comment, February 10, 2014 7:04 AM
Weather is one of the factor which affect supply and shifts the supply curve. In case of a terrible weather, the supply curve will shift to the left as the supply of products fall - If there is a reduction in supply, then sellers will not be able to respond to demand quickly which causes firms to increase the price of goods, which leads to inflation and maybe a recession ps 5-1
Mohamed mahmoud's comment, February 10, 2014 7:07 AM
Weather is one of the factor which affect supply and shifts the supply curve. In case of a terrible weather, the supply curve will shift to the left as the supply of products fall - If there is a reduction in supply, then sellers will not be able to respond to demand quickly which causes firms to increase the price of goods, which leads to inflation and maybe a recession
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Why Do We Need to Get Richer? The Unsustainable Concept of ‘Perpetual Economic Growth’ on a Finite Planet

Why Do We Need to Get Richer? The Unsustainable Concept of ‘Perpetual Economic Growth’ on a Finite Planet | GCSE Economics - BOJ | Scoop.it
By Michael Smith (Veshengro)
What is with our obsession with wanting to grow ever richer, and with the “holy grail” notion of perpetual economic growth and GDP? When is enough enough? For some people it would appear never.

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