What factors help to determine an economy's potential output?
An economy’s potential output is defined by the amount and kinds of resources that it has available to it and by the efficiency with which it can use those resources.
Resources can be both human and natural. For example, a country with more educated workers is likely to have a higher potential output than one whose workers are uneducated. The educated...
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