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What is alternating periods of growth and decline?
Does war bring about civilization's growth or decline?
What was the importance of agriculture?
Asked in History of England, Entertainment & Arts
A pattern of alternating periods of hypopnea or apnea followed by hyperpnea is known as?
Asked in Economics, World Currencies
If the Asian countries faces decline in economic growth how will their currencies values be affected relative to the us dollar?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Economics, Population
If the growth rate of labor force is 1.5 percent and the growth rate of labor productivity 1.25 percent then the potential growth rate is?
Asked in Economics, Uganda, Philippines Economics
What has the growth of the service economy caused?
Is the primary sector in growth or decline?
There is an overall decline in the primary sector in the UK due to coal and raw materials reducing in number. but it has seen a significant growth in the organic industry since the advertisement of organic food by a well know chef; named Jamie Oliver, who campaigned for schools to eat healthy (there is a decline in the secondary sector too and a growth in the Tertiary)
Asked in Population
The decline in the world population growth rate over the past few decades is primarily due to?
Asked in Economics
Are cyclical fluctuations necessary for economic growth?
The business cycle or economic cycle refers to the ups and downs seen somewhat simultaneously in most parts of an economy. The cycle involves shifts over time between periods of relatively rapid growth of output (recovery and prosperity), alternating with periods of relative stagnation or decline (contraction or recession). These fluctuations are often measured using the real gross domestic product. To call those alternances "cycles" is rather misleading, as they don't tend to repeat at fairly regular time intervals. Most observers find that their lengths (from peak to peak, or from trough to trough) vary, so that cycles are not mechanical in their regularity.