Economic policy

under economic policy one understands the influence of the economy by political measures, thus by the state and/or. by the legislation (legislative force).

Intending for the economic policy conflicting aims ( trade offs) are, of which the uneasy square is an example.

The science of the economic policy (theory thatEconomic policy as part of the political economy) concerns itself with the principles of organization of economic systems and the economical operational sequence.

In principle economic policy divided in administrative policy and process politics. First aims at the basic conditions , under which the restaurant subjects their decisions fell , the latters is characterized by the fact off that that State into the market processes intervenes actively.

Among the administrative policy ranks in particular the competitive policy.
To the process politics labor policy , financial policy , fiscal policy , monetary policy , commercial policy , economic policy , structural policy belongs

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