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Suppky and Demand

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Supply and Demand

  What is GDP and discuss how it is measured? Compare and contrast the expenditure versus income approach. GDP is Gross Domestic Product. It's the economic growth the measured in term of the increase in size of the nation economy. So as the market value of the goods or services produced in a country.With   this is one way to add a nations GDP. also to sum all expenditures in the country.
  GDP is useful for its simplicity. Also, it has some key disadvantages to its use as an economic growth indicator. Despite GDP's flaws, this   helpful because its way it breaks an economy down into a number. With this, it shows a raw figure that shows how much value an economy is producing. It   does not   show as much detail as other metrics do.   Also easier to understand than other metrics. With the   indicator of an economy well-being to   connection with the   economy' products.   GDP is high, then production is too high, that means that people have the money to purchase goods. Then in turn means that firms have the money to employ people. So, a major advantage of GDP is that it gives a clear indicator as to how well an economy is doing. GDP can only take reported consumption into account. With the black market goods like pirated movies, drugs and labor paid for in cash do not get reported. It means that there is Explain the effect of a negative trade deficit (X-M) on GDP for inaccuracy. An economy can be thriving in unreported goods but have a low GDP, which means that it will not reflect the actual well-being but rather only the reported well-being.
While GDP does indicate consumption, it doesn't differentiate between high-quality use and low-quality consumption. An example, if a town has a   toxic waste spill that costs $200 million to clean up. Then that town will get a $200 million into   its GDP against the fact that a   waste discharge is clearly not a beneficial event. GDP also ignores useful components of society, such as health care and education, that...

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