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Given the rapidly changing nature of technology, will students of today find themselves more or less likely to be part of unemployment figures than would have been the case previously? What is likely to be the effect of such changes on unemployment?
Given that education is a merit good, which needs to be subsidized through Government intervention in order to ensure that society benefits from an educated workforce, would this suggest that when considering the proper mix of fiscal and monetary policy to provide a world class educational system, the balance should be high government spending (loose fiscal policy) and tight monetary policy?
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Asked May 15, 2017

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