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When considering economic growth, many policy makers focus on real GDP per capita since it takes into account the potentially distorting effects of ______________ and ________________.
Any large, sustainable increase in real GDP must be the result of increased_____________. That is, it must be due to higher __________.
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population change, labor productivity
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