Economic Growth Theory In Three Minutes

Economic growth is a central concern for all societies. On one hand, unbridled growth poses serious environmental risks. On the other hand, rising incomes are a foundation of social and political stability. But because people and resources are finite, income growth depends largely on improvements in productivity, and that has been almost stagnant across most economies and sectors for a decade.

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