The Theoretical Foundations of Indicative Planning
The purpose of indicative planning is to promote faster and more stable growth and to encourage more efficient investment. Such a plan will contain a forecast or target rate of growth for the economy as a whole, for a specified future time period, and a consistent set of microeconomic forecasts or targets. The planning exercise involves raising the overall level of demand expectations and removing the uncertainty with which expectations are held.
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