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Here's a quick reference, but check your textbook! The Economist A-Z is quite handy too.
Aggregate - formed by adding together several amounts or things
Demand side policies - economic growth and full employment are most effectively created by high demand for products and services
Economic factors - something that affects the economy e.g. labor costs, interest rates, government policy or taxes
Economic reasons - facts or situations which explain why the economy functions this way or cause it function
Environmental sustainability - the quality of causing little or no damage to the environment and therefore able to continue for a long time
Evaluate - to judge or set the worth of
Extent - the range over which something extends
Fiscal stimulus - an attempt by a government to increase economic activity by reducing taxes, increasing government spending, or both
Monetary policy - What a central bank does to control the money supply, and thereby manage demand.
Pandemic - the worldwide spread of a new disease
Recession - a period of slow or negative economic growth, usually accompanied by rising unemployment
Scarcity - needs and wants exceed the resources available to meet them, which is as common in rich countries as in poor ones.
Sophisticated - complex and refined
Stimulus - something that causes growth or activity
Supply side policies - economic growth can be most effectively created by lowering taxes and decreasing regulation
Thorough - carried out completely and carefully