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Map of Hapcheon-gun on And again, the increase in national production generates additional income and the process continues on. Of course, with the leakage of saving out of the income-expenditure stream at each round of the multiplier process, the process does not continue forever. However, Keynesian economists tend to believe that for every dollar increase in, say, business investment or government spending, aggregate demand and national production will be multiplied several times. Likewise, a large multiplier effect suggests to them that a market economy will be extremely susceptible to downturns in aggregate demand, as even small decreases in business investment, consumer spending, and/or export spending will drive down national production substantially, leading to high unemployment. Since Keynesian economists believe there are no automatic adjustment mechanisms that will return the economy to full employment, it follows that the insufficiency of aggregate demand can and should be remedied by expansionary stabilization policies. The two basic stabilization policies are FISCAL POLICY (changes in government spending and taxes) and MONETARY POLICY (changes in the money supply). Keynesian economists have tended to strongly favor expansionary fiscal policy, in particular, increases in government expenditures. Map of Hapcheon-gun 2016.

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