What are the limits to long-term economic growth in the U.S.? Is there anything that the government can do to address these limits, or would it be a bad idea to try?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com December 20, 2018, 8:55 am ad1c9bdddf
The limits on long-term economic growth in the U.S. really rest in resources and where the government plans to go with them to promote growth in the long run. There is an abundance of resources in the U.S. This works as an advantage, which allows the U.S. to be a major leader in the international marketplace. It also helps the economy in the U.S. to thrive. The limiting factor is where innovation ends. As long as the U.S. remains innovative in creating new technologies with their ...
The solution discusses the limits to long-term economic growth in the US and also examines if there is there anything that the government can do to address these limits, or if it would be a bad idea to try. This solution is 307 words with one reference.