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Economic Growth

  • The real GDP per capita is the best measure for standard of living
  • Real GDP = Real GDP/population
  • Long-run economic growth occurs due to increases in physical and human capital and technology
  • Economic growth on the PPF growth is shown by shifting the curve outwards

Economic Growth

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:07
  • Real GDP Per Capita 1:17
    • Real GDP Per Capita
    • How Do You Find the Real GDP Per Capita
    • Many Countries Have Lower Standard of Living Than U.S.A. 100 Years Ago
  • Long Run Economic Growth 5:36
    • Growth Rate
    • Physical Capital
    • Human Capital
    • Technology
  • Economic Growth on a PPF Graph 10:37
  • Investment vs. Consumer Good 15:31
  • Long-Run Growth and the LRAS Curve 19:08
  • Short-Run to Long-Run: Example 1 21:07
  • Short-Run to Long-Run: Example 2 24:01
  • Example 1 26:09
  • Example 2 27:33
  • Example 3 29:48
  • Example 4 31:09