1. macroeconomics

    which combinations of fiscal policy actions would most likely be offsetting? A) increase taxes and government spending B) decrease taxes and increase government spending C) increase taxes, but make no change in government spending D) decrease taxes, but

    asked by james on July 4, 2011
  2. Economics

    Which combination of fiscal policy actions would be most contractionary for an economy experiencing severe demand-pull inflation? a. increase taxes and government spending b. decrease taxes and government spending c. increase taxes and decrease governmnet

    asked by Amy on November 6, 2006
  3. economics

    Which combination of fiscal policy actions would be most stimulative for an exonomy in a deep recession? a) increase taxes and government spending b) decrease taxes and government spending c) increase taxes and decrease government spending d)decrease taxes

    asked by Colleen on December 4, 2006
  4. Macroeconomics

    Please check my answers; stuck on a few questions on my homework. 1. In the long run, an increase in the supply of bank loans is matched by a __________ in the price level and the quantity of real loans is __________. A. rise; unchanged B. rise; increased

    asked by Beth on April 5, 2015
  5. Economics

    Match the following statements to the proper terms. 1. fiscal policies that favor increasing government spending rather than adjusting taxes 2. fiscal policies that favor cutting taxes rather than increasing government spending 3.A monetary policy designed

    asked by Sydney on July 18, 2016
  6. microeconomics

    what is fiscal policy In general, fiscal policy is what the government does with respect to spending and taxes.

    asked by brittany on April 25, 2007
  7. Economics

    How does the federal government implement its fiscal policies? Given economic conditions today, do you suggest expansionary fiscal policy or contractionary fiscal policy? How would your suggestions affect production and employment? Why? Hint: Don't confuse

    asked by Student315 on January 10, 2012
  8. ecom

    How does the federal government implement its fiscal policies? Given economic conditions today, do you suggest expansionary fiscal policy or contractionary fiscal policy? How would your suggestions affect production and employment? Why?

    asked by terry on August 17, 2010
  9. economics

    How does the federal government implement its fiscal policies? Given economic conditions today, do you suggest expansionary fiscal policy or contractionary fiscal policy? How would your suggestions affect production and employment? Why?

    asked by uop on September 21, 2010
  10. Economics

    I have a few questions, for my test coming up. Which of the following is most necessary for specialization among producers to take place? Free trade Monetary policy Competition Scarcity Which of the following best states the purpose of an import quota? To

    asked by Rick on March 13, 2012
  11. Macroeconomics

    Suppose the government starts with a balanced budget. Then, there is an increase in government spending, but there is no change in taxes. Show in an IS-LM diagram the effect of this policy on output in the short run. How will the government finance the

    asked by Alvin on June 1, 2016
  12. Government

    Monetary policy differs from fiscal policy in that a. it has to be exercised by the legislature. b. the policy goals are very different. c. it is a slower process than fiscal policy. d. it is a faster process than fiscal policy. e. none of these answers

    asked by Maria on January 8, 2013
  13. Economics

    Someone advocates using fiscal policy to stimulate the economy and reduce unemployment. Which of the following might this person advocate to implement the fiscal policy? A) increase federal spending B) reduce tax rates C) both A and B D) neither A nor B I

    asked by alex on July 22, 2012
  14. Macroeconomic Help please

    1)Which of the following represent expansionary fiscal policy? A. an increase in average individual income tax rates B. an increase in marginal individual income tax rates C. a cut in corporate income tax rates 2)The amount of time that it takes to

    asked by Jill on June 9, 2010
  15. Macroeconomic Help please

    1)Which of the following represent expansionary fiscal policy? A. an increase in average individual income tax rates B. an increase in marginal individual income tax rates C. a cut in corporate income tax rates 2)The amount of time that it takes to

    asked by Jill on June 9, 2010
  16. macroeconomics

    11 - 7. (Fiscal Policy) Increased government purchases, with taxes held constant, can eliminate a recessionary gap. How could a tax cut achieve the same result?

    asked by Alice on April 26, 2016
  17. Two Multiple Choice American Government Questions

    The chief way the federal government raises revenue is from borrowing money foreign aid individual income taxes corporate taxes This concept means that the total federal budget changes only a little from one year to the next. reconciliation fiscal policy

    asked by Katie on April 2, 2012
  18. American Government

    Please check my answers 1. Which kind of policy was the troubled asset relief program (TARP)? A. It was a fiscal policy and I could buy the federal government to prevent inflation B. It was a monetary policy enacted by the federal government to expand the

    asked by M on January 6, 2017
  19. Economics

    2. The economy is in a recessionary gap, wages are inflexible downward, and there is complete crowding out. Which of the following is consistent with this state of affairs? a. The economy will soon self-regulate and produce Natural Real GDP. b.

    asked by Sarah on April 27, 2007
  20. Macroeconomic

    1)An example of an automatic stabilizer is A. a temporary tax rebate. B. the progressive income tax. C. cost of living adjustments to social security payments. 2)Which of the following represent expansionary fiscal policy? A. an increase in average

    asked by Jill on June 9, 2010
  21. Economics

    The state of the US economy is one where the price level has decreased from 110 to 120. Manufacturers are finding that their inventories are increasing. Foreign countries are finding that the exchange rate of the US dollar is down. Americans are

    asked by Dustin on December 5, 2006
  22. Politics.

    The federal government employs approximately how many people? 1. 1-2 million 2. 2.5-2.7 million 3. 3-4 million 4. over 5 million Answer 2.5 to 2.7 .(Am i right) Question2: Policies that use spending and taxing to accomplish policy goals are: 1. Foreign

    asked by sham on April 7, 2012
  23. History

    Which features of the Roman government limited individual power? Select all that apply. A. The Senate was the most powerful branch of government. B. The assemblies were a form of direct democracy. C. The two consuls could veto each other's actions.***** D.

    asked by melanie on December 5, 2018
  24. Government

    The government's practice of spending more than it takes in results in: a. greater dependence on regressive taxes than progressive taxes. b. deficit financing c. low interest rates d. longer fiscal years I think it's B?

    asked by Anthony on July 19, 2011
  25. College Macroeconomics

    Can someone who knows Macroeconomics check this? Write Positive or Normative for each statement below. Taxes are too high. (Normative) If taxes were lower, government revenues would actually increase. (Normative) It is immoral for a government to

    asked by Betty on January 23, 2011
  26. economic

    1. If C = 1000 + 7/8[GDP-1000], I = 700 and G = 1000 and the economy is currently in equilibrium at 400 below full employment GDP, the correct fiscal policy would be to increase G by? (Points: 2) 2. If C = 500 + 3/4[GDP- 100], I = 300, G = 400, Xn =- 10

    asked by Marieanne on November 30, 2008
  27. Economics

    1) If C = 1000 + 7/8[GDP-1000], I = 700 and G = 1000 and the economy is currently in equilibrium at 400 below full employment GDP, the correct fiscal policy would be to increase G by? 2) If C = 500 + 3/4[GDP- 100], I = 300, G = 400, Xn =- 10 and full

    asked by Shanna on April 3, 2009
  28. Economics

    An expansionary fiscal policy can be partially offset by a(n): a. increase in aggregate demand b. increase in aggregat supply c. depreciation of the dollar d. decrease in net exports

    asked by Amy on November 6, 2006
  29. Economic212

    Prepare a 350-700-word memo addressing the following: a. Describe the use of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to measure the business cycle. b. Describe the roles of government bodies that determine national fiscal policies. c. Explain the effects of fiscal

    asked by Alida on April 13, 2010
  30. Economics

    - Explain how the federal government uses Fiscal Policy to avoid problems in the economy. - Historically, where has the Federal government spent the most money?

    asked by Abby on December 16, 2012
  31. Macroeconomics

    Fiscal policy is the means by which a government adjusts its spending levels and tax rates to monitor and influence a nation's economy. It is the sister strategy to monetary policy through which a central bank influences a nation's money supply

    asked by Alvin on June 1, 2016
  32. Economics(12 Multiple Choice)

    1. John Maynard Keynes said business investment is determined mainly by a. the state of business confidence b. expectations about the future c. psychological perceptions about the economy d. all of the above 2. Assume that the Canada experiences higher

    asked by Victor on November 26, 2009
  33. S.S

    what issues or events highlighted the insufficiency of the power of the central government under the Articles of Confederation? select all that apply. A the central government's inability to impose taxes on states*** B the law Congress created relative to

    asked by need hel plz on September 28, 2017
  34. Economics

    Explain discretionary fiscal policy and automatic fiscal policy (automatic stabilizers).

    asked by Anonymous on March 13, 2016
  35. economics

    Which of the following is an example of a fiscal policy? Raising taxes in order to cover a budget deficit. Preventing unions from going on strike. Increasing the level of the minimum wage. Restricting the amount of money that banks can lend.

    asked by 2phoneeeeee on November 10, 2014
  36. social studies

    Why is the inside lag for monetary policy shorter than for fiscal policy? A) Congress and the President can act quickly to change monetary policy. B) The Federal Open Market Committee must get Congressional approval. C) It can take a long time for new

    asked by cookie☺ on February 18, 2016
  37. History

    1. Which of the following describes a power that allows states to check changes to the national government? A. States may tax their own residents B. States hold and manage elections for federal officials C. States have the right to make their own laws D.

    asked by Charlotte Dunois on April 10, 2019
  38. MacroEconomics HELP!

    I just need a little help on a few questions: - Why does a tax cut have a smaller multiplier than a hike in government spending if its the same amount? - Federal tax drops from 20 to 30 percent. Due to that income increases from 600BLN to 800BLN, logical

    asked by Anonymous on May 8, 2007
  39. 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

    asked by Anonymous on May 12, 2009
  40. Economics

    If the full-employment budget shows a deficit of about $100 billion and the actual budget shows a deficit of about $150 billion, it can be concluded that there is: a. built-in stability b. a cyclical deficit c. an expansionary fiscal policy d. a

    asked by Cris on November 5, 2006
  41. social studies

    what role does the media play in shaping government policy and actions?

    asked by rayray on April 19, 2010
  42. civics help ms sue

    Fiscal conservatism is the belief that government should not have large debts, and that government programs should not be paid for on borrowed money. How could both Democrats and Republicans be considered fiscally conservative? Republicans—spending money

    asked by aiya on May 26, 2017
  43. Civics ASAP PLZ =:)

    Fiscal conservatism is the belief that government should not have large debts, and that government programs should not be paid for on borrowed money. How could both Democrats and Republicans be considered fiscally conservative? Republicans - spending money

    asked by Anonymous on May 31, 2015
  44. eco 205

    Where can I get information about the governments fiscal policies towards the airline industry? Such ase government reduces taxes or increases its spending, 2. If the government spends directly on the airlines industry improvement in the health of the

    asked by Mary on January 18, 2010
  45. Macroeconomics

    If your are in a first-year macro economics course then... 1) yes government purchases can increase total income. 2) cutting taxes could achieve the same result, 3) But the tax cut would need to be larger because the tax multiplier is one less than the

    asked by economyst on September 27, 2006
  46. Economics

    consumption function, C=5+0.75*(Y-T). Y is,national income and T is government taxes. a What is the marginal propensity to consume? b If disposable income is 100, what are consumers' savings? c What form might a "consumption shock" take given the structure

    asked by Bo on July 11, 2008
  47. government

    Is fiscal policy the same thing as a fiscal cliff? If not, then how do they differ? Also what are some important policies in foreign countries that affected citizens their citizens?

    asked by K on April 22, 2013
  48. Economics

    it is felt gdp needs to increase by 700 in order to reach a full employment level by how much must government change taxes if they intend to increase spending on national defence by 120? they feel that the MPC in the country is .9 and they want to close

    asked by Ryan on January 31, 2007
  49. Economics

    Does a Contractionary Fiscal Policy help lower inflation? Or does Expansionary Fiscal Policy lower inflation?

    asked by Josh on September 24, 2009
  50. business

    Explain the difference between fiscal policy and monetary policy. Discuss how each of these approaches can be used to influence the state of the economy.

    asked by mark on January 31, 2010
  51. Economics

    How might expectations of a fiscal policy being temporary weaken the effects of the policy?

    asked by John on April 4, 2012
  52. social studies

    1) What is one source of revenue for the federal government to pay for public goods and services? a. Sales taxes b. Excise taxes c. Income taxes ** d. Property taxes

    asked by Catalena on January 26, 2015
  53. business

    explain the difference between fiscal policy and monetary policy?

    asked by need helpfast on November 25, 2007
  54. AP US Goverment & Politics

    Federal bureaucracies' main source of power derives from: The power and role of political appointees who lead agencies. Their ability to regulate the economy. Their service as advisors to the President. Their development of the federal budget. Their

    asked by Sai on May 20, 2016
  55. history (urgent)

    Identify and discuss 4 key actions taken by the U.S. Government between 1790 to 1820 that established long term policy in the U.S. Please help me answer this, thank you so much.

    asked by jack on April 2, 2012
  56. Social studies

    What issues or events highlighted the insufficiency of the power of the central government under the articles of confederation select all that apply A) Central government in ability to impose taxes on states B) The laws congress created relate to to the

    asked by Britney allen on October 5, 2017
  57. Government US

    Democrats in Washington have usually responded to high levels of unemployment with b. increased government spending. c. increased government taxes. d. decreased government taxes. e. decreased government regulation.

    asked by HM on October 5, 2011
  58. Econ

    Assume that initially the IS curve is given by IS1: Y = 12-1.5T-30i+2G, and that the price level P is 1, and the LM curve is given by LM1: M= Y(1-i). Initially, the home interest rate equals the foreign interest rate of 10% or 0.1. Taxes and government

    asked by Bo on July 22, 2008
  59. Macroeconomics

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

    asked by Ashley on May 11, 2013
  60. Social Studies

    1.How can a trade deficit actually increase the productivity of an economy? A) by causing people to save B) by building up a large amount owed C) by importing funds used for capital deepening ****** D) by importing goods for short–term use I think the

    asked by Cassie on October 15, 2014
  61. Macroeconomics

    1. Consider the economic situation in the U.S since 2008 and discuss how supply side and demand side economic may be used to solve the current problems. Also, explain why you believe that these two approaches may or may not work. 2. Provide a numerical

    asked by patricia on December 18, 2012
  62. macroeconomics

    1. Consider the economic situation in the U.S since 2008 and discuss how supply side and demand side economic may be used to solve the current problems. Also, explain why you believe that these two approaches may or may not work. 2. Provide a numerical

    asked by patricia on December 18, 2012
  63. fin220

    Collins Office Supplies is considering a more liberal credit policy in order to increase sales The following data is available for the company: Uncollectable new accounts 7% Collection costs 6% of new sales Production and selling costs 79% Accounts

    asked by maggie on October 21, 2009
  64. 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

    asked by Dave on June 24, 2007
  65. math

    in fiscal year 2005, the federal government had revenues of $2.153 trillion and outlays of $2.472 trillion. for fiscal year 2006, revenues were $2.407 trillion and outlays were $.654 trillion a) find an equation that relates the revenue R and the fiscal

    asked by anonymous on June 23, 2010
  66. eco

    The inflation rate is dropping to the point that many economists are worried that deflation is occurring. Which of the 4 options would an economist most likely recommend to Congress as a solution to deflation? A. decrease spending on grants for small

    asked by Anonymous on April 2, 2018
  67. Government

    I need some help with some Government questions: 1. All of the following are ways that formulating our budget has changed EXCEPT: A. Budget and Accounting Act of 1921 B. transfer of Office of Management and Budget to the Executive Office of the President

    asked by Dennis on November 20, 2014
  68. American Government

    I need some help with some Government questions: 1. All of the following are ways that formulating our budget has changed EXCEPT: A. Budget and Accounting Act of 1921 B. transfer of Office of Management and Budget to the Executive Office of the President

    asked by Dennis on November 23, 2014
  69. Microeconomics

    Consider public policy aimed at smoking a.) Studies indicate that the price elasticity of demand for cigarettes currently costs $2 and the government wants to reduce smoking by 20%, by how much should it increase the price? b.) If the government

    asked by Karen on October 21, 2009
  70. Financing and Budget

    If an employer fails to pay state unemployment taxes on a timely basis, the rate on FUTA taxes will A. increase. B. be lower. C. remain the same. D. increase by 100 percent. A.

    asked by Amanda on November 19, 2014
  71. Financing and Budget

    If an employer fails to pay state unemployment taxes on a timely basis, the rate on FUTA taxes will A. increase. B. be lower. C. remain the same. D. increase by 100 percent. A.

    asked by Amanda on November 11, 2014
  72. macroeconomics

    1. What is the demand for money? What are the types of Money Demand? Explain further utilizing the determinants of Money Demand. How does the demand for money depend on the nominal interest rate? On the price level? On income? Explain in terms of the costs

    asked by Latesha on December 3, 2013
  73. Principles of Macroeconomics

    Which of the following is the largest source of funds for the federal government? I am thinking either (B) OR (D) a. property taxes b. borrowing c. excise taxes d. income taxes e. tariffs

    asked by Kathy on February 2, 2014
  74. Economics

    Some people would prefer a single income tax rate because it? A) would increase the government’s revenue. B) is easier to calculate. C) would reduce the percent of income poorer families pay in income taxes. D)means everyone would pay the same income

    asked by Bailey on May 22, 2014
  75. Social Studies 8

    1. for the additional green spaces to be considered public services, what must be true? A. The local government uses tax money to create them B. a national business provides funding for some of the spaces C. people who purchased season passes to the spaces

    asked by Kaylee on May 17, 2017
  76. Financing and Budget

    If an employer fails to pay state employment taxes on a timely basis, the rate on FUTA taxes will A.remain the same B.be lower C.increase by 100% D. increase I picked C can someone check my answer.

    asked by Cynthia on March 13, 2009
  77. Financing and Budget

    If an employer fails to pay state employment taxes on a timely basis, the rate on FUTA taxes will A.remain the same B.be lower C.increase by 100% D. increase I picked D can someone check my answer.

    asked by Cynthia on March 15, 2009
  78. economics

    1) Give an example that you believe demonstrates when the cost of government actions outweighs the benefits.Identify the factors that may cause the costs of government actions to outweigh the benefits. I'm confused what does that mean? Thank you for your

    asked by sean on July 23, 2014
  79. economics

    4. Consider public policy aimed at smoking. a. Studies indicate that the price elasticity of demand for cigarettes is about 0.4. If a pack of cigarettes currently costs $2 and the government wants to reduce smoking by 20 percent, by how much should it

    asked by econs on September 1, 2010
  80. Bus207

    Individual Portion: Discuss the roles of government, business, and the consumer in environmental protection. Justify your position. To participate fully in this discussion, you can locate information using the Library’s web links and article search

    asked by Tammy on June 12, 2009
  81. Taxes

    If an employer fails to pay state unemployment taxes on a timely basis, the rate on FUTA taxes will A. remain the same B.be lower C. increase by 100 percent D. increase I chose D can someone check my anser

    asked by Cynthia on March 19, 2009
  82. Economics

    Actions by the Federal Government that decrease the progressivity of the tax system: a. decrease the amount of government spending b. increase the effects of automatic stabilizers c. decrease the effects of automatic stabilizers d. increase the amount of

    asked by Amy on November 5, 2006
  83. Macroeconomic

    1. An example of an automatic stabilizer is A. a temporary tax rebate. B. the progressive income tax.Student Response C. cost of living adjustments to social security payments. 2. Which of the following represent expansionary fiscal policy? A. an increase

    asked by Bob on June 8, 2010
  84. english

    My trip to the dentist was not fun and was not fast either. not fun, but not fast. neither fun nor fast.

    asked by Qua on October 16, 2015
  85. Check this please?

    I am writing about how different groups view the role of the government. I saw this online and wanted to use it to guide me through my essay, but wanted to check its accuracy because I thought Democrats weren't for higher taxes I thought Republicans were.

    asked by Mel on August 31, 2014
  86. social studies

    what issue or events highlighted the insufficiently of the power of the central government under the articles of confederation? the central government's inability to impose takes on states the laws congress created relative to the northwest territory the

    asked by jake pls help!! on October 4, 2017
  87. English

    If the mayor is willing to cut taxes, what might an opponent's contradiction of the mayor's stance be? to have no taxes to keep taxes the same to cut taxes too to increase taxes Would this be to have no taxes?

    asked by Caitlyn on December 17, 2018
  88. civics

    Which of the following is true about the US Federal government's ability to borrow money? A. Elected elected officials in the federal government can prove to voters that they are responsible by paying back government debts on time. B. The constitution

    asked by Nani on June 1, 2015
  89. economics

    Suppose that the consumption function is C=100+.8(y-t). Initially investment and government expendtures are I=75 and G=150 and taxes are T=50. 1.Depict this economy using the keynesian cross. calulate the initial equilibrium income. how much will income

    asked by Jonathan on February 6, 2010
  90. Government

    Why does the Constitution allow the Federal Government to levy taxes? I'm not quite sure as to why but would the answer be that the Constitution allows the federal government to levy taxes because of Congress?

    asked by Jaden on June 16, 2007
  91. Economics

    Suppose you have an inflationary gap how would a classical economist, for example, explain how how to get rid of that gap? My Answer: I would think that the goods market would be affected. So, prices go down, aggregate supply decreases, and the aggregate

    asked by Sarah on April 16, 2007
  92. history

    in 1954, the Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that a. bus segregation was unconstitutional b. the federal government must increase financial aid to education c. separate but equal policy was wrong d. the government must provide loans to

    asked by history on March 31, 2009
  93. Accounting

    Please help (Revenue Classification) Clark County had the following revenue sources in 2011: General property taxes $8,000,000 Restricted (for education) property taxes 570,000 Meals tax (restricted for economic development and tourism) 200,000 Fines and

    asked by Patte on May 16, 2016
  94. SS

    #1 Which of these actions would most help a worker improve he productivity? A Finding a new job in a different field. B Taking a training course related to her job. C Buying a laptop computer for home us. D Asking her employer to give her a raise. #2

    asked by Maark on January 27, 2015
  95. us history

    The most useful indicator of the degree of democracy reached by a particular society is whether it has a... formal method whereby people can effect changes in government policy, system of government checks and balances, two-house legislature, system of

    asked by riley on October 9, 2007
  96. business

    what is Australia's fiscal policy?

    asked by allee on November 3, 2012
  97. macroeconomics

    Increased government purchases, with taxes held constant, can eliminate a contractionary gap. How could a tax cut achieve the same result? Would the tax cut have to be larger than the increase in government purchases? Why or why not?

    asked by Amber on December 13, 2009
  98. UDC

    Utilizing a public policy of your choice from a local government where you reside, prepare a paper assessing that government’s revenues and examining possible funding options for the chosen public policy. Utilizing the local government’s annual

    asked by Kareema on May 6, 2013
  99. Economics

    How could “politics” complicate fiscal policy?

    asked by John on April 4, 2012
  100. Economics - Please Help

    Suppose the economy has been producing its potential, but it is now experiencing a recession. Which of the following is a discretionary fiscal policy that would bring the economy closer to its potential output? Check all that apply. 1) A tax cut 2) A tax

    asked by BC on July 6, 2010