Some articles on unemployment, reduce:
... per capita US $3,990 (2009 est.) Inflation (CPI) 4,6% (2009 est.) Gini index 40.0 (2005) Unemployment 2,1% (2008) HDI 0.646 (2007) Labor force 11.5 million (2008 est.) Pop ... economic challenge was to accelerate growth in order to reduce high levels of unemployment. 2000s, it was not enough to significantly reduce poverty ...
... rational expectations and the NAIRU (non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment) arose to explain how stagflation could occur ... theory, also known as the "natural rate of unemployment", distinguished between the "short-term" Phillips curve and the "long-term" one ... In the long run, only a single rate of unemployment (the NAIRU or "natural" rate) was consistent with a stable inflation rate ...
Famous quotes containing the words unemployment and/or reduce:
“When a great many people are unable to find work, unemployment results.”
—Calvin Coolidge (18721933)
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—Ernest Hemingway (18991961)