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Its difficult to meet the requirements of ceteris paribus when studying a relationship between unemployment and inflation. Is this true or false???

True; When studying the relationship between unemployment and inflation, one must look at empirical, national economic data; data from a controlled environment is out of the question. Now, reexamine the definition of ceteris paribus... Take it from here..

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  1. CETRIS PARIBUS MEAN ALL OTHER THINGS BEING EQUAL

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