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how do i prevent bubbles in my economy

just wondering as i have a young nation and don`t know if the game does bubble stuff

31.03.2020 06:40
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I'm not really sure gamewise, but as far as the real world goes, don't tamper with the monetary system, (ex. establishing low interest rates, printing too much money, currency based solely on fiat value). For you it might also be good to diversify your economy as much as possible so if one part of the economy tanks it doesn't bring down your entire economy with it. You can do this by accelerated economic growth via projects, reforms, or tasks. Recessions will happen by default, but major bubbles can be prevented.

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I'm not really sure gamewise, but as far as the real world goes, don't tamper with the monetary system, (ex. establishing low interest rates, printing too much money, currency based solely on fiat value). For you it might also be good to diversify your economy as much as possible so if one part of the economy tanks it doesn't bring down your entire economy with it. You can do this by accelerated economic growth via projects, reforms, or tasks. Recessions will happen by default, but major bubbles can be prevented.

you cant grow a country if you dont tamper with the monetary system in this game economy grows really really slow form my experience cause if you dont keep money supply 100% of gdp your gdp grow tanks i tested this out to but lowering the interst rate does not really do much harm but printing money does it seems money grow form interst rates have no regtive affect but when you manually print money it have huge negatives it seems its only good to print money if gdp to money goes under 100%

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callycalcal2 Wrote:
just wondering as i have a young nation and don`t know if the game does bubble stuff


I am not entirely sure, but you should probably keep an eye on your savings ratio, which can be found here: https://www.ars-regendi.com/state/216643...tail6.html

If it goes too low, that would - I think - imply that people are borrowing more than they can feasibly repay. Your current rate of 5.42 % is normal, though, so you probably do not need to worry too much. If I remember correctly, this ratio has gone negative in some of my states, but I think that this has only happened to me when experimenting with Basic Income - for some reason.

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I just had an economic crisis in my nation in which the gdp was greater than my money supply and it caused high inflation and low growth. Make sure money supply is on par with gdp, not real gdp or gdp in $. Disregard my previous statement. It was based on the assumption that banks in my country were automatically required to regulate the money supply.

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