本篇文章讲述的是经济状况在商业周期中的政策影响，在过去的五年里，人们注意到消费者、家庭、公司和政府的开支增加了许多倍。所有这些支出加在一起导致了澳大利亚GDP的增长。从上面的图表可以看出，在过去的几年里，GDP增长率发生了巨大的变化。2010-2012年，GDP增速也大幅下降，但2013年以后，GDP增速明显加快。GDP的平均增长在0.5 -2.0%左右。过去几年的支出每季度对澳大利亚GDP增长的贡献超过0.5% (David, 2016)。本篇英国论文代写价格文章由英国论文通AssignmentPass辅导网整理，供大家参考阅读。
In the last five years, this has been observed that spending by consumer, household, firms and government have increased many folds. These all spending in combine to fiscal spending leads the growth of Australia’s GDP. There is huge change the GDP growth rates over the last few years as seen from the above graphs. In between 2010-2012, the GDP growth rates were also decreased heavily but after 2013, the GDP growth rates have significantly increased. The average increase in GDP is around 0.5 -2.0%. The last few years’ expenditure adding quarterly more than 0.5% of contribution to the GDP growth of Australian country (David, 2016).
Aggregator expenditure is not just one term to be defined but this defines the entire economy of any country. Here, in this case, the aggregator expenditure leads to shaken the Australian Economy with increasing spending by all stakeholders in the ecosystem. The increasing spending by all the stakeholders as household, government and firms has led in increase in country’s GDP growth rate as well as the country’s economy to new scale. The Australian government spending has increased many folds with the increase by households. These economical and growth changes in the country has led to change various government policies, ideas and sectors. The Australian economic growth has been raising rapidly and in the last 2015 quarter, it has grown by 0.6% which was more than expected by the economic and government experts.
All these spending in Australia turned as significant growth enabler in Australia. The results appeared as above expectations. The Australia country found 0.4% expansion while reaching 3.0% year on year growth than 2.5% as forecasted growth rate (David, 2016). This expansion was pretty faster than expected by financial and economic experts. This growth was robust because of strength in household final consumption expenditure along with the public gross fixed capital expenditure. In the entire 2015 financial year, the household consumption increased by 0.9% creating annual growth rate at 2.9% with contribution of 0.4%. This growth was also driven by information media and telecommunication (2.7%), arts and recreation services (2.2%), and retail trade (1%) as well. Government financial consumption expenditure rose by 0.7% with 3.66% annual growth rate (David, 2016).