Principles of Economics 2e
Principles of Economics 2e
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Author: Steven A. Greenlaw; David Shapiro
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Chapter 19, Problem 4SCQ

Without looking at Table 19.7, return to Figure 19.10. If we define a recession as a significant decline in national output, can you identify any post-1960 recessions in addition to the 2 00 8 2 00 9 recession? (This requires a judgment call.)

Chapter 19, Problem 4SCQ, Without looking at Table 19.7, return to Figure 19.10. If we define a recession as a significant , example  1

Chapter 19, Problem 4SCQ, Without looking at Table 19.7, return to Figure 19.10. If we define a recession as a significant , example  2

Chapter 19, Problem 4SCQ, Without looking at Table 19.7, return to Figure 19.10. If we define a recession as a significant , example  3

Chapter 19, Problem 4SCQ, Without looking at Table 19.7, return to Figure 19.10. If we define a recession as a significant , example  4

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