the purchasing power and increasing the cost of production indicates the high

The purchasing power and increasing the cost of

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the purchasing power and increasing the cost of production indicates the high rate of inflation. Unemployment occurs when people are without jobs and they have actively looked for work within the past four weeks. The trend of the growth of the real GDP is called Growth Trend. Economic growth is primarily driven by improvements in productivity. However, inflation & growth rate have both positive & negative relationship depending on situation. Moreover, inflation and unemployment have a negative relationship. All the factors are interrelated and at the time of analyzing one must consider each and every factor with equal consideration. If we analyze the economical condition of our country it is clear that inflation is higher in recent years comparing with past decade. Growth trend is upward till the inflation rate is 7 percent. After that the trend gets downward. At the same time unemployment rate is inverse all the time with inflation rate maintaining contractionary & expansionary policy. Inflation fluctuates all the time because of the fluctuation of the money supply. But in recent years, we came to know that international affairs are influencing to increase the inflation rate. Consistent budget deficit and exchange rate deteriorate the economic growth which directly relates with unemployment & inflation.
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NAME Page no Executive Summary Chapter- 01 Introduction 1.1 Introduction 01 1.2 Rational of the study 01 1.3 Objective of the study 02 1.4 Scope of the study 02 1.5 Methodology of the study 02 1.6 Limitations of the study 02 Chapter- 02 Body of the term paper Inflation 03 Effect on the economy 03 Causes behind inflation 05 Historical trend analysis 07 Limitation of economic system & needed step 10 Unemployment rate 11 Effect of unemployment 12 Causes behind unemployment 14 Aftermath of unemployment 17 Needed steps 18 Growth Trend 19
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Relationship with inflation 22 Historical trend & needed step 23 Chapter-03 Findings of the study 24 Conclusion 25 Bibliography 25 Contents of Tables, Graphs NAME Page No Trend of inflation 07 Trend of unemployment 16 Trend of growth trend 21
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Chapter- 01 Introduction “Too much money in circulation causes the money to lose value”-this is the true meaning of inflation. “Unemployment occurs when people are without jobs and they have actively looked for work within the past four weeks”-ILO. The trend of the growth of the real GDP is called Growth Trend. Economic growth is primarily driven by improvements in productivity. In this report we tried to show that how inflation, unemployment, growth trend are related each other & how important it is for economy & how it works in our country. Rationale of the study The case study is assigned by our course teacher Saud Ahmed as a part of our “ Macro Economics ” course. The topic of our case study is “ A case Study of Bangladesh: Inflation, Unemployment, and Growth Trend ”. By conducting this study we can enhance our knowledge and skill to apply various research methods in professional life on higher educational life. The report has given us a chance to raise our quality in developing research
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