Since all governments intervene in the economy to some extent, they require models which will enable them to assess the consequences of proposed action, suggest alternative possibilities and provide a basis for evaluating the options which emerge as worthy of serious consideration. The difficulties of constructing such models are well-recognised by those involved and a model used for forecasting is subject to a continuous process of development.
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