The fundamental ways in which extra-rapid growth of non-market expenditure cause difficulties for an economy will be explained in this chapter. The full implications of the argument, which applies to Britain particularly sharply, will then be set out.
KeywordsMoney Supply Public Spending Technical Progress Private Consumption Market Sector
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