Potential economic growth is an expansion of the productive capacity of an economy. This can be depicted either as a shift in an economy’s production possibility frontier (PPF, as in Figure 1), or as a shift in the aggregate supply curve (Figure 2).
Economic growth is important because it leads to an increase in the resources available to help raise the standard of living of members of a society.
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