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    Bolotta, Angelo. Economics Now: Analyzing Current Issues. Don Mills, Ont.: Oxford UP, 2002. Print.
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    Apr. 2012. <http://www.angelfire.com/biz7/chapter23/FrictionalUnemployment.html>.http://www.angelfire.com/biz7/chapter23/FrictionalUnemployment.html.
    "Economy Watch - Follow The Money." Unemployment Types. 22 Apr. 2012 <http://www.economywatch.com/unemployment/types/>.

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Thursday, May 3

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    Okun's Law: For every 1 per cent that the actual unemployment rate exceeds the full employment rate, there is a 2 per cent gap in the GDP
    Average annual unemployment rates in Canada, 1966-2000
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    This graph shows that changes in the level of unemployment seem to follow a cyclical pattern of peaks and valleys The general trend has been upward. Rates averaged about 4 per cent during the late 1960s and climbed to 10 per cent during the 1990s. Here are a list of reasons explaining this gradual escalation of unemployment rates:
    Globalization has led to increased replacement unemployment as manufacturing jobs continue to migrate to countries with cheaper labour costs
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Sunday, April 29

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    Okun's Law: For every 1 per cent that the actual unemployment rate exceeds the full employment rate, there is a 2 per cent gap in the GDP
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    This graph shows that changes in the level of unemployment seem to follow a cyclical pattern of peaks and valleys The general trend has been upward. Rates averaged about 4 per cent during the late 1960s and climbed to 10 per cent during the 1990s. Here are a list of reasons explaining this gradual escalation of unemployment rates:
    Globalization has led to increased replacement unemployment as manufacturing jobs continue to migrate to countries with cheaper labour costs
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    Phillips researched the link between inflation and unemployment rates and that eventually evolved from these studies was a diagram known as Phillips curve, showing a stable and predictable inverse relationship between inflation and unemployment rates. Below is Phillip's curve:
    Phillips Curve:
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    Effects of Taxation
    - discourage investment and corporate expansion
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    Okun's Law: For every 1 per cent that the actual unemployment rate exceeds the full employment rate, there is a 2 per cent gap in the GDP
    Average annual unemployment rates in Canada, 1966-2000
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    This graph shows that changes in the level of unemployment seem to follow a cyclical pattern of peaks and valleys The general trend has been upward. Rates averaged about 4 per cent during the late 1960s and climbed to 10 per cent during the 1990s. Here are a list of reasons explaining this gradual escalation of unemployment rates:
    Globalization has led to increased replacement unemployment as manufacturing jobs continue to migrate to countries with cheaper labour costs
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