Consumption and investment

The economy's present production possibilities frontier is not restricted by the: (1) Quantity and quality of labor force. (2) Amount of capital stock currently accessible. (3) Quantity and quality of the natural resources (that is, land). (4) Current choice among consumption and investment.

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