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What is the economy like within my community?
How can we grow the economy?
Having more cash means companies have the resources to procure capital, improve technology, grow, and expand. All of these actions increase productivity, which grows the economy. Tax cuts and rebates, proponents argue, allow consumers to stimulate the economy themselves by imbuing it with more money.
How do we keep the economy stable within the community?
In addition to these automatic stabilisers, short-term stability can be maintained by altering monetary conditions, such as raising or lowering interest rates, or by expanding or contracting the money supply. Most national economies and monetary unions review monetary policy on an ongoing monthly basis.
How does the economy impact the people within my community?
What would happen if my economy collapsed?
You would likely lose access to credit. Banks would close. Demand would outstrip the supply of food, gas, and other necessities. If the collapse affected local governments and utilities, then water and electricity might no longer be available.
What can I do to increase the income within my economy and make it more wealthy?
How can I make new trades and bring more attention and interest into my economy?
What new trades can I implement?
What are these choices?
What choices does my community have?
What is authority like in my community?
Who has authority?
What is the environment in my community like?
Is there space in my community?
What are the places in my community?
What are the people like in my community?
Is the neighborhood getting along?
What surrounds me community?
How do I live?
What is the reality of my community?
How is my community built?
What is the moral construct of my community?