Some of the goals that the economic policy aims at can be listed as follows

Some of the goals that the economic policy aims at can be listed as follows

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Some of the goals that the economic policy aims at can be listed as follows: a. Output and employment: maintaining high levels of output and employment. All  able-bodied citizens who desire to  work  should be provided with job  opportunities.  b. Aggregate Demand: maintenance of the high levels aggregate demands so as to  avoid any fluctuation in economic activities and avoid the dangers of an economic  depression c. Steady Growth: direct the economy in a manner that will enable steady growth  conditions. In order to ensure this large-scale public investment programs should  be undertaken.  d. Price Stability: maintaining fairly stable levels of prices and to check if the  average annual growth rate of prices is  compatible  with the growth rate of  productivity. Controlling inflation is a major challenge faced by modern public  authorities.  e. Redistribution of Income: Usually, market-place distribution of income is likely to 
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This note was uploaded on 12/28/2011 for the course MGMT 3303 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at Texas State.

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Some of the goals that the economic policy aims at can be listed as follows

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