On Consequences of Investing into Production of the Additional Income Generated by World Prices Growths on Raw Materials and Energy Resources
AbstractThe work, based on a mathematical model, shows that investment of the additional income into production under reasonable state control, accompanied by moderate inflationary pressure on the consumer market, effects optimal economic growth. The inflationary pressure can to a considerable extent be eliminated by government measures.
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Volume (Year): 7 (2007)
Issue (Month): 3 ()
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investments; inflationary pressure; raw materials; energy resources; economic growth;
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