Market intervention by government, economics, Microeconomics

Market intervention by government
Government intervenes in various degrees in different countries. Free economy is almost non-existent in the modem world. In real world, the form, nature, and extent of interference of government with the market system depends on the political ideology adopted by a country. The economic role of the government in the three market systems - capitalist, socialist and mixed economy systems
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