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15 CHAPTER Growth, Inflation and Cycles
© Pearson Education 2012 After studying this chapter you will be able to: Define economic growth rate and explain the implications of sustained growth Describe the economic growth trends in the UK and other countries and regions Explain the sources of economic growth Explain how demand-pull and cost-push forces bring cycles in inflation and output Explain the main theories of the business cycle
© Pearson Education 2012 In China, India and some other Asian economies, real GDP doubles in seven years. In the UK, real GDP doubles every 25 years or so. In many African economies, real GDP barely changes. Why? What makes an economic miracles like the ones we see in East Asia today? Will economic growth in Asia continue or come to an end? Why do some countries stagnate?
The Basics of Economic Growth Economic growth is the sustained expansion of production possibilities measured as the increase in real GDP over a given period. Calculating Growth Rates The economic growth rate is the annual percentage change of real GDP. The economic growth rate tells us how rapidly the total economy is expanding. © Pearson Education 2012
The Basics of Economic Growth The standard of living depends on real GDP per person. Real GDP per person is real GDP divided by the population. Real GDP per person grows only if real GDP grows faster than the population grows. © Pearson Education 2012
Economic Growth Trends Real GDP Growth in the World Economy Figure 15.3(a) shows the growth in the rich countries. Japan grew rapidly in the 1960s, slower in the 1980s, and even slower in the 1990s. Growth in Canada and the US have been similar to that in Europe Big 4. © Pearson Education 2012
Economic Growth Trends Figure 15.3(b) shows the growth of real GDP per person in group of poor countries. The gaps between real GDP per person in the US and in these countries have widened. © Pearson Education 2012
Why Real GDP Grows What makes real GDP grow? The answer is labour productivity growth. Labour productivity is the quantity of real GDP produced by an hour of labour. Labour productivity must grow if real GDP per person is to grow. So what makes labour productivity grow? © Pearson Education 2012
Why Real GDP Grows Labour Productivity Growth The fundamental precondition for labour productivity growth is the incentive system created by firms, markets, property rights and money. The growth of labour productivity depends on: Physical capital growth Human capital growth Technological advances © Pearson Education 2012
Why Real GDP Grows Physical Capital Growth Physical capital growth results from saving and investment decisions. The accumulation of new capital increased capital per worker and increased labour productivity. Human Capital Growth Human capital acquired through education, on-the-job training, and learning-by-doing is the most fundamental source of economic growth. Human capital growth is the source of increased labour productivity and technological advance. © Pearson Education 2012
Why Real GDP Grows Technological Advances Technological change – the discovery and the application of new technologies and new goods – has contributed immensely to increasing labour productivity. Labour is many times more productive today than 100 years ago because of technological advances. To reap the benefits of technological change, capital must increase. © Pearson Education 2012
Why Real GDP Grows Policies for Achieving Faster Growth Growth accounting tell us that to achieve faster economic growth we must either increase the growth rate of capital per hour of labour or increase the pace of technological change. The main suggestions for achieving these objectives are Stimulate Saving Saving finances investment. So higher saving rates might increase physical capital growth. Tax incentives might be provided to boost saving. © Pearson Education 2012
Why Real GDP Grows Improve the Quality of Education The benefits from education spread beyond the person being educated, so there is a tendency to under invest in education. Encourage International Trade Free international trade stimulates growth by extracting all the available gains from specialization and trade. The fastest growing nations are the ones with the fastest growing exports and imports. © Pearson Education 2012
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