Economy stability, standard of living, labour laws and disparity of wealth

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Economy stability, standard of living, labour laws and disparity of wealth and product.

Flowers are beautiful. Flowers can grow in the wild, alone, with only nature affecting their growth, or they can grow in a greenhouse, where all their conditions are controlled. With either option we find different effects on the flowers. In nature the environment can destroy the flower, but the flower in the greenhouse lacks natural nutrients received by the outside world and usually become withered.
This can be related to government control within the economy. With too much control, the economy can become smothered and with not enough, it can collapse upon itself, therefore a healthy balance must be found.
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Also the government charges high taxes for it services and programs it provides. A healthy balance, found right of centre on the spectrum is welfare capitalism. This follows the ideals of both capitalism and socialism. The government has some say in the economy, to keep it regular and to prevent monopolies or times of boom and bust. It also sets programs and taxes to protect its people and provide them with their needs. The government stays out of the economy enough that the capitalist spirit can thrive. Competition is present, creating better goods and lower prices and more technological advancement. So when asked what balance is need of government in an economy, we think welfare capitalism because it promotes competition and aggressive markets while providing and protecting its citizens.

Too much government control can lead to unaggressive technological change in the economy. In the USSR government control in the economy was very high. Quotas were raised by the government substantially o provide everyone in the country with the things they needed. However because of this the government focused on quantity over Quality. An example of this is the car, the lada. This car was created in 1966 after the 1960s car of the year, the fiat 124. With this as it base model the government set out to make as many cars and as quickly as possible making 2500 cars per day. These cars were also for a low

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