Real GDP is Gross Domestic Product (GDP) that accounts for inflation or deflation. In other words, it disregards the impact that higher prices have played in economic growth and allows us to compare the quantity of goods produced rather than the value.
A mixed economy is an economic system that combines elements of a capitalist, market-based system, with a socialist, command economy system. It mixes elements such as private property rights, free trade, and privatization, with socialist elements such as regulation, the welfare state, and re-distribution.
Capital flight occurs when investors or businesses remove their money from a country. This may be due to economic or political factors such as economic recessions or unstable governments. In reaction to such, investors may fear the loss of their funds and withdraw such an investment where it may be safer.
Gross National Product (GNP) refers to the total value of goods and services where the means of production is owned by domestic residents. It calculates the GDP of the country, plus any income that domestic residents receive on investments abroad, but minus any income foreign residents receive on domestic investments.