Uncertainty is confounding by its very definition. In the economy, uncertainty can arise from a number of different corners, including wars, natural disasters, and, of course, government decisions—or indecision.
Government-related uncertainty is a relatively new concept that researchers are in the process of defining.
The protests may have failed to overhaul the financial system, but that does not mean that nothing has changed.
The model predicts that political uncertainty reduces the potential benefits from government interventions.
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