Introduction In this chapter you read about the American economy. By studying economic indicators, the government determines whether the economy is in a period of expansion or recession. Some of the economic indicators are the consumer price index, the unemployment rate, and gross domestic product. In this activity you will take a closer look at how the government measures GDP.
Destination Title: EconEdLink—A Case Study in Gross Domestic Product
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