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How does supply-side economics differ from Keynesian economics?

Supply-side economics focuses on increasing overall supply (goods and services produced) in the long run. This is done by increasing the availability of capital, labor, and t (MORE)

What was the Keynesian theory?

Basically, its the opposite of laissez-faire. it says that the  government should intervene in the depressed economy in order to  jump-start it. the theory behind it is that (MORE)

How would Keynesian economics differ from supply-side economics in attempting to fix an economy with high unemployment?

  a keynesian would spend more money himself (ie, government spending like obama), a supply-side economist would give people money to spend (ie, tax cuts like bush)
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Describe Keynesian economic polocies How important were they to the New Deal?

The New Deal tried public works, farm subsidies, and other devices to reduce unemployment, but Roosevelt never completely gave up trying to balance the budget. Unemployment re (MORE)
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What is better the you phone 5c or 5s?

the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent  colrs just silver gold and black
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What is the Keynesian approach to preventing and solving economic problems in a developed country?

Keynesian economics operates on one principal. Should a country run into economic problems, print money. When additional economic problems arise, rinse and repeat, until the p (MORE)
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What does Keynesian mean?

Keynesian is an economics term that refers to advocated government  monetary and fiscal programs intended to stimulate business  activity and increase employment.
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