4.4.4 The impact of macroeconomic policies

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    When governments establish a policy, there may be unintended consequences. This happens when the actions of producers and consumers have unexpected effects. An example of this would be the government increasing the NMW to raise living standards for workers. However, as this could make it unaffordable for the employers leading to more workers getting sacked, leading to lower living standards as unemployment increases.

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