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Economic Definition of production possibilities full employment. Defined.

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Term production possibilities full employment Definition: Full employment is the condition that exists when all available resources are engaged in the production of goods and services. In other words, all resources that could be used for production are being used. No resources are idle. All resources are producing goods. If you haven't examined the entry on full employment, now would be a good time.


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