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Title: microsoft powerpoint - econ_ch02_sect04_online_lecture_notes author: bob created date: 8/8/2012 7:33:32 pm. Chapter 12: government and the united states economy people debate the proper role and size of government in our free-market economy the federal government has assumed a referee role in the economy to establish and enforce private property rights and the law, deal with external costs and benefits, ensure market competition, and protect consumers. 127 chapter 4 the benefits of open trade and investment policies a n open economy is characterized by receptiveness to foreign ideas, technology, products, services, and investment.
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