The government enhances growth and stability of the economy. It provides the infrastructure and systems that facilitate economic activity while formulating regulations and controls to ensure order and fairness in busines... More »

A mixed economy is comprised of private and publicly owned businesses that are regulated by governmental organizations. In mixed economies, such as the United States, the government is responsible for using laws to contr... More »

A government budget deficit can affect the economy in many ways, most notably it may force the government to print more money to finance the deficit, decreasing the value of the nation's currency. However, running defici... More »

The primary advantage of a centrally planned economy is that it allows the government to guide economic growth. Central planning also allow the government to direct resources toward particular areas. It can lead to a str... More »

The government plays the role of promoting economic growth and stability of a country. It does this by providing legal and policy frameworks, a stable environment for business activities, supporting businesses and invest... More »

Some positive aspects of democracy are its inclusion of diverse perspectives, its beneficial effects on citizens' character and the stability that it provides to government. As stated by the U.S. Department of State, the... More »

A centrally planned economy is characterized as an economic system in which the government dictates and regulates all areas of economic activity, such as trade, labor, distribution, production and health care. A centrall... More »