Autarky is a self-sufficient economic state without international trade, but can limit growth due to higher costs, limited access to foreign goods, and lack of competition.
The branch of economics that looks at the economy as a whole. It looks at factors which affect the wider economy rather than individuals. Examples include inflation, trade, unemployment, and economic growth.
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