Remedies for unemployment, Managerial Economics

REMEDIES FOR UNEMPLOYMENT

The measures appropriate as remedies for unemployment will clearly depend on the type and cause of unemployment.  Broadly they can be divided into:

  • Demand management or demand side policies
  • Supply side policies.
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