Macro

KEYNESIAN THEORY OF INFLATION AND UNEMPLOYMENT

Introduction

According to the Keynesian theory, unemployment is mainly attributed to lack of sufficient aggregate demand for services and goods in a given economy since both creates opportunities for everyone interested in working. When demand for various commodities and services decline, the production of both the demand and services consequently declines, resulting in a decreasing demand for workers, and mass unemployment in the long run.
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