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Economics
1. Why is representative money more useful than commodity money? B. Representative money has value because the government says it does. C. Representative money exists in unlimited supply, so more people use it. D. Representative money is portable, durable, divisible, and ...
June 4, 2012 by Anonymous

Economics
Your pay stub deducts money for FICA. What does this mean? A. Money is being withheld for personal exemptions and deductions. B. Money is being withheld for excise and estate taxes. C. Money is being withheld to fund Social Security and Medicare. D. Money is being withheld for...
November 30, 2012 by bob

Economics
I need to complete a project based on fiat money. I need to design my own money and decide what amount of bills and/or money I want to produce for my economy. I understand that producing more money causing inflation, but I need to know: How much money I should intially produce...
September 17, 2010 by Tom

Economics
If the real interest rates change in an economy due to a rise in income what is the impact on Money supply? a. Quantity of Money supplied will increase b. Quantity of Money supplied will decrease c. Quantity of Money supplied will not change d. None of the above choose the ...
May 18, 2010 by Anonymous

economics
US demands fewer Japanese goods what will happen to t he demand for money and the supply for money and the interest rate and why?
April 11, 2009 by adam

Economics
Hypothetical Economy: -Money Supply= $200 billion -Quantity of money demanded for transactions=$150 Billion -Quantity of money demanded as an asset=$10 billion at 12% interest -increaseing by $10 billion for each 2 percentage point fall in the interest rate. A. What is the ...
January 29, 2007 by Frank

Economics
Determine whether each of the following would lead to an increase, a decrease, or no change in the quantity of money people wish to hold. Also determine whether there is a shift in the money demand curve or a movement along a given money demand curve a. A decrease in the price...
October 11, 2006 by jada

economics
According to liquidity preference theory, the slope of the money demand curve is explained as follows: a. interest rates rise as the Fed reduces the quantity of money demanded. b. interest rates fall as the Fed reduces the supply of money. c. people will want to hold less ...
November 25, 2008 by Elizabeth

Economics.
The buying and selling of government securities to alter the supply of money are: A. a painful necessity. B. Open market operations. C. equalizing the required reserve ration. D. tight money policies. I’m thinking its B.
May 6, 2009 by Jason

economics
The Money Multiplier (MM) is exemplified. Why do you think the FED evaluates the money multiplier when making decisions with regard to the money supply? What function does the money supply serve in our economy to influence certain economic variables? Why does the FED like to ...
July 22, 2011 by Gbrown

managerial economics
The principal-agent model of economics concentrates on_____ a. the threat from foreign competition b. the need to manage inventory more effectively c. double entry book keeping d. the potential costs of seperation of ownership control e. the time value of money
September 20, 2007 by John

English
What do you want to do if you have a lot of money? 1. I want to donate a large sum of money to a society for poor people. To die with money is a shame.] 2. I will go abroad to study English. I like to go to Harvard University, where I will major in economics. After graduating ...
August 25, 2010 by rfvv

Economics
Hopefully you can help me and I need this ASAP. I need this by tomorrow in the morning. You answer the questions if it decreases increases, expands or not. Also, can you explain it too? This are what if situations. Don't answers don't have to be in depth. Just short and to the...
April 8, 2009 by Mijee Jo

home economics
Unemployment rate is unacceptably high. Is this positive economics, normative economics, or art of economics and why
April 26, 2008 by nathan

economics
Unemployment rate is unacceptably high. Is this positive economics, normative economics, or art of economics and why
April 28, 2008 by nathan

Economics
Who can raise the required reserve ratio? How does raising the required reserve ratio lead to a reduction in the money supply? do a little research then take a shot. Hint: find "money multiplier" on the web or in your text.
April 24, 2007 by Economics student

to mrs. sue: essay cont.
I wrote two of my paragraphs yesterday about how colleges do offer life skills but students have to apply it. These are my next two paragraphs and i was wondering if you can correct my grammer. An example of a class offered in college that benefits students in their financial ...
November 28, 2007 by julie

economics
Will buying bonds decrease the money supply?
December 13, 2007 by Tabby

economics
How is the history of money related to the Middle East?
October 22, 2009 by Namra

economics
The actual change in the money supply equals
November 28, 2012 by jagirl

Economics
Can there be inflation with without an increase in the money supply? How?
November 30, 2012 by Gwen

Macro economics
Paper currency is the most easily recognized form of money. How well does paper currency serve the functions of money if we have an inflation rate of 50-percent per year? b) Gold is also recognized as a form of money. How well does gold serve the functions of money if we have ...
July 31, 2012 by Anonymous

Economics
Unemployment is on the rise though inflation is quite low. Gross Domestic Product is rising but more slowly than the goal rate. The Federal Reserve may buy government securities in open market operations in order to A. increase the money supply and encourage economic growth. B...
May 22, 2014 by Heather

economics
out of the $875 billion in circulation, how much counterfeit money is in the U.s.?
September 10, 2009 by Marina

Economics
Would a change in money supply shift the LAS curve?
March 12, 2010 by Rach

economics 212
How will the federal reserve control the Quantity of Money Supply and why?
January 19, 2011 by Anita fields

home economics
Why do some workers make more money than others
April 6, 2011 by Anonymous

economics
In 1 or 2 sentences, describe how money that you save in the bank can be channeled to an investor.
December 2, 2011 by tonya mcdonald

Economics
How are you helping businesses expand when you put money in a savings account?
July 20, 2012 by alex

Economics
why the money supply does not change when one individual writes a check to another?
July 23, 2014 by Geminie

math,algebra
what is the difference and similarities if solving an equation with varibles in the equation if it had 1 or 2 or even 3 variables? Here is one: Money left in Wallet= money earned + money found - money lost - money spent. I don't understand? can you please explain...
January 13, 2007 by jasmine20

Economics
What prediction is shared by the neutrality of money and the natural rate hypothesis (NRH)?
September 24, 2013 by Joy

economics
Am i right, just checking as too many wrong homework assignments at the start of this semester have messed up my grades If the required reserve ratio is 0.2, by how much could the money supply expand if the central bank purchased £2 billion worth of bonds? 2.0 billion x 0.20...
May 24, 2013 by jill

Economics
Why is the money multiplier in the United States smaller than the inverse of the required reserve ratio?
July 14, 2014 by Geminie

economics
What are the two problems facing the Bank of Canada in trying to control the money supply precisely
July 31, 2012 by Anonymous

Economics
Is the answer D on this question: 1. The basic principles of economics imply that policymakers should a. rely on markets to guide economic activity, except when markets produce inefficient or inequitable outcomes. b. enact policies that discourage people from specializing in ...
March 19, 2009 by Rod

economics
Jesse and Kimberly recently graduated from college and are starting a family. Currently, they are just making ends meet with their $45,000 salary. They want to contribute the maximum amount (currently $2,000) to fully fund an Educational Savings Account when their baby is born...
January 16, 2013 by john

Economics
-If you had $1000, which interest rate (4% or 1%) would encourage you to save your money in a bank rather than spend it? Why?
September 10, 2012 by Nessie

economics
What happens to the bank lending, supply of money, and aggregate demand if the Federal Reserve increases discount rate to 3.5% and why?
April 9, 2009 by Lucy

economics
US inflation rises unexpectedly relative to Japan what happens to the imports, exports, and capital flow to the US and the supply of money and why?
April 11, 2009 by adam

Economics
You have $1000. You can spend it on a TV or put the money in the bank at 4% interest for a year. What is the opportunity cost of buying the TV today?
September 30, 2011 by Nabil

economics
If the chartered banks decide to maintain an average reserve ratio of zero, what would be the size of money multiplier
July 31, 2012 by Anonymous

economics
how can a loan for school tuition affect the money supply? how can it affect aggregate demand? A loan, taken out of some cash reserve, would increase the money supply. The amount of the increase would be determined by the money-multiplier. The increase in spending (in this ...
April 10, 2007 by Kayla

economics
What are the principals of economics and where could I find 3 articles on the economy identifying 1 principal on each You very well may mean princIPLES. This is a catch all phrase. There are many economic textbooks called Principles of Economics and many colleges call their ...
July 1, 2007 by patti

Economics
Introduction to Economics: Explain why scarcity and choice are basic problems of economics?
April 9, 2012 by Anonymous

Economics
Introduction to Economics: Explain why scarcity and choice are basic problems of economics?
April 9, 2012 by Anonymous

economics
Hi. I was wondering if someone could please tell me what states are getting the most stimulus money to stimulate new job creation? Thanks.
May 17, 2009 by Leah

economics
Investment may be thought of in each of these terms except: A. resources B. money spent C. percent of GDP D. imports vs. exports I think it's D but I'm not sure.
December 22, 2010 by tony

Macroeconomics
What is the primary difference between normative and positive economics? A. Positive economics makes value judgments inappropriate to scientific research. B. Normative economics is more firmly rooted in scientific tradition. C. Governments use normative economics, and ...
June 5, 2007 by John

Economics/Money
Suppose that banks today were required to keep 100 per cent reserves against their deposits. What would be the result?
April 21, 2012 by Labz

U.S. and Global Economics
An online store that has been successfully growing on its initial angel investment and revenues wants to invest $5 million to expand the business. The bank is willing to lend the business this money at a 10 percent interest rate over an eight-year term. Calculate the monthly ...
November 11, 2013 by Mary

math,(fraction)
Susan had some money. she spent one-sixth of her money on Saturday.on Sunday,she spent one-half of the remaining money and gave $20 to her niece. she spent the rest of her money at an average of $15 for the next 5days.how much money did Susan have at first?
December 27, 2011 by Da S

calculus
Every month, a girl gets allowance. Assume last year she had no money, and kept it up to now. Then she spends 1/2 of her money on clothes, then 1/3 of the remaining money on games, and then 1/4 of the remaining money on toys. After she bought all of that, she had $7777 left. ...
April 30, 2009 by xxx

economics
It is often suggested that the Bank of Canada try to reduce the inflation rate to zero. If we assume that velocity is constant, does this zero-inflation goal require that the rate of money growth equal zero? If yes, explain why. If no, explain what the rate of money growth ...
July 31, 2012 by Anonymous

economics
Which banking service provides easy access to money, monthly statements, easier bill payment, and more security than carrying cash?
February 1, 2012 by lalt

economics
Which banking service provides easy access to money, monthly statements, easier bill payment, and more security than carrying cash?
February 1, 2012 by lalt

English
1. Will you lend me some money? 2. He lent me some money. 3. Can I borrow you some money? 4. Can I borrow some money from you? 5. I borrowed some money from him. 6. He borrowed some money from me. (Are the sentences grammatical? Would you like to check them?)
November 20, 2009 by rfvv

economics
Decreasing the money supply involves which type of economic policy? I think it is Monetary policy.
December 13, 2007 by Tabby

Math
PUC raised money for the recent disaster victims.They decided to allocate the money in manner: 1/3 of the money goes for medical supplies, 1/4 of what was left brought tents,2/3 of the remaining went to water purification systems, the rest of the money was spent on shipping ...
September 21, 2011 by Michelle

math
PUC raised money for the recent disaster victims.They decided to allocate the money in manner: 1/3 of the money goes for medical supplies, 1/4 of what was left brought tents,2/3 of the remaining went to water purification systems, the rest of the money was spent on shipping ...
September 21, 2011 by Michelle

Economics
Consider an economy with a constant nominal money supply, a constant level of real output Y = 100, and a constant real interest rate, r = 0.10. Suppose that the income elasticity of demand is 0.5 and the interest elasticity of money demand is –0.1. By what percentage does the...
March 19, 2012 by Sally

Math
Sarah was given a sum of money. She spent the same amount of money each day. She spent 2/7 of her money in 6 days. After another 5 days, she had $20 left. How much money did she have at first.
May 19, 2013 by Sarah

Economics HELP!!
Design an organization to solve the world banking/world bank regulation/would money supply problem
November 25, 2013 by Josh

math
hi to all of you teachers i hope you will help me to get the answers for this question below.. and thanks god bless you. Perk spent 1/4 of his money on a food and another 3/10 of his money on a drink. a. What fraction of his money did he spend in total? b. What fraction of ...
February 13, 2011 by oscar

U.S. and Global Economics:Involving math
Just show me how to calculate it and I'll do the rest. I just don't understand how to calculate this problem. Thank you, An online store that has been successfully growing on its initial angel investment and revenues wants to invest $5 million to expand the business. The bank ...
November 15, 2013 by Mary

economics
Demand, how people spend money, and the government's fiscal policy all have a part determing? A) specialization B) embargoes C) the business cycle D) price supports
May 12, 2009 by Anonymous

Economics
Which of the following is considered a cause of inflation? B. Producers raise prices to meet higher costs. C. There is not enough money in the economy. D. Demand is less than supply. I think the answers B
June 2, 2012 by Anonymous

maths urgent
1/5 of J's money is equal to 1/3 of S's money. The difference in their amount is 1/2 of A's money. If Adam gives $120 to S, S will have the same amount of money as J. How much do the 3 people have altogether?(please show me a model method, not algebra)
December 30, 2011 by Mayyday

Economics
21. How do fears of future economic problems affect GDP? A. Businesses will invest more money in the short term to ensure higher profits in the future; GDP will be pushed up. B. Consumers will spend more money in the short term to prevent future economic problems; GDP will be ...
May 31, 2011 by Codey

algebra
If Will gives Molly $9 dollars he will have the same amount of money as her. If Molly give Will $9, the ratio of money she has to the money will has will be 1:2. How much money does will have in the beginning?
February 5, 2014 by Dylan

finance/math
A group of economics students gathered to study for a test on the money and banking system in the U.S. During a fast and furious brainstorm session, Jill scribbled down several key phrases she will use to study tomorrow. Unfortunately, in her haste, all the statements in her ...
May 16, 2011 by kim

Math
Shawn goes to store and spends 1/3 of money on books. He spends 2/5 of the remaining money on games. He spends 1/4 of the remaining money on a DVD. He spends 1/6 of remaining money on a candy bar. He has $15 left. How much money did Shawn have originally?
October 22, 2014 by Amber

math
Snow spent 5/8 of her money on books and another 1/6 of her money on stationeries. What fraction of Kathy’s money was left?
February 13, 2011 by rowena

Math (money)
Brianna spent 1/6 of her money on a movie and $9 on dinner. If she had $16 left, how much money did she spend altogether?
September 28, 2014 by Shawn

social studies
In this government. pme group is in charge of the money and economics of the country. They also have all the power. What type of government is this?
October 30, 2008 by william

economics
Federal Reserve increases discount rate to 3.5 what will happen to the bank lending, supply of money, aggregrate demand and the interest rate and why?
April 11, 2009 by adam

12th grade AP Economics
Making a list of what you would consider the most important trade-offs of spending more money on air-travel safety. Can someone please help me!!!
July 1, 2009 by Anonymous

Economics
Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Creating capital is like depositing money in a savings account. You save during present in order to have more in the future.
August 7, 2009 by Ami

economics
It is based on the idea the the velocity of money is constant. Monetarist advocated such a policy in the 1970's and Volcker tried it around 1980 and it a did not work so no one advocates it any more.
February 26, 2010 by eric

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?
April 23, 2013 by Chuck

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?
April 23, 2013 by Chuck

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?
April 23, 2013 by Chuck

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?
April 23, 2013 by Chuck

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?
April 23, 2013 by Chuck

Economics
b) If you were the head of the Japanese Central Bank, how would you respond if your goal was to keep the interest rates at the original equilibrium level (before the increase in the taxes) in the money market?
April 23, 2013 by Chuck

Economics
1. The main disadvantage of using shells as money, instead of coins, would be a lack of: a. durability b. portability c. uniformity d. divisibility I think its B. portability?
February 11, 2009 by Laura

economics
Federal Reserve lowers reserve requirment to 1.25% what wil happen to the bank lending, supply of money, aggregrate demand and the interest rate and why?
April 11, 2009 by adam

Economics
Suppose the RRR is .5. A $500 cash deposit in a bank would increase the money supply by $__________. A) 100 B) 500 C) 1000 D) 5000
September 10, 2012 by Nessie

Math
A merchant visited 3 fairs. At the first, he doubled his money and spent $30; at the second he tripled his money and spent $54; at the third, he quadrupled his money and spent $72, and then had $48 left. How much money had he at the start?
April 3, 2013 by Barb

Environmental Economics
I don't understand the differences between ecological economics and traditional natural resource and environmental economics. Could someone please try to explain it to me? The definitions in my textbooks are way too confusing. Thanks. - Emily
September 13, 2008 by Emily

Economics
If the government gave each recicient family a $7,000 check instead of enrolling them in the Medicaid program, do you think that most of the families would spend that money to purchase health insurance?
April 17, 2012 by Onri

Mathematics
Among 500 freshmen pursuing a business degree at a university, 313 are enrolled in an economics course, 205 are enrolled in a mathematics course, and 153 are enrolled in both an economics and a mathematics course. What is the probability that a freshman selected at random from...
February 20, 2011 by Anonymous

economics
charts for micro economics and macro economics
December 9, 2010 by swathi

economics
If the reserve requirement is 20% and a bank doesn't have excess reserves, why would a $100 deposit lead to a greater than $100 increase in the money supply? Interest?
May 6, 2007 by Carter

Economics
If Mary takes money from her savings account and buys a T-bond from Jody with that money, it's: A. An expansionary fiscal policy. B. An example of contractionary monetary policy. C. An example of expansionary monetary policy D. An example of neutral (neither expansionary nor ...
June 24, 2007 by Dave

math
A man has $32 and decides to plant a garden. He cannot stand the thought of spending all of his money on any single day, so each day he goes to the store and spends half of his money on tomato plants. When he no longer has enough money to buy additional plants, how much money ...
August 2, 2012 by Anonymous

Economics
Why do some workers make more money than others? Must everyone make the same wage? Explain your answers using labor market equilibrium.
February 23, 2010 by Nickki

home economics
what is home economics? home economics is and education for better living,and its stufy deals with all aspects of family life.
September 27, 2010 by sade

math
A woman goes to a store that sells used books and spends half of her money on books. Each day, she returns to the store and again spends half of her remaining money on books because she does not want to spend all of her money in one day. When she no longer has enough money to ...
August 2, 2012 by Anonymous

economics
If the reserve requirement is 20% and a bank doesn't have excess reserves, why would a $100 deposit lead to a greater than $100 increase in the money supply. answer posted above.
May 6, 2007 by Carter

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