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  1. MACROECONOMICS

    Which of the problems in the construction of the CPI might be illustrated by each of the following situations? Explain. a. the invention of the Sony Walkman b. the introduction of air bags in cars c. increased personal computer purchases in response to a

    asked by SARA on April 12, 2009
  2. Macroeconomics

    (Supply and Demand) How do you think each of the following affected the world price of oil? (Use basic supply and demand analysis.) a. Tax credits were offered for expenditures on home insulation. b. The Alaskan oil pipeline was completed. c. The ceiling

    asked by karo on September 6, 2006
  3. macroeconomics

    Assume that the government purchases decrease by 10 billion, with other factors held constant including the price level. Calculate the change in the level of real GDP demanded for each of the following values of the MPC. Then calculate the change if the

    asked by jo on July 15, 2009
  4. Macroeconomics

    Cannot attach graph! a. If the actual price level exceeds the expected price level reflected in long-term contracts, real GDP equals _______ and the actual price level equals _______ in the short run. b. The situation described in part (a) results in a(n)

    asked by Amanda on October 24, 2012
  5. 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
  6. macroeconomics

    Which of the problems in the construction of the CPI might be illustrated by each of the following situations?   Substitution Bias, Introduction of New Goods, Unmeasured Quality Change 1. The invention of the iPod 2. The introduction of air bags in cars

    asked by dana on September 11, 2013
  7. Macroeconomics

    For each of the following scenarios, use supply and demand analysis to predict the resulting changes in the real interest rate, national savings, and investment. show all your diagrams. A. The legislature passes a 10 percent investment tax credit, Under

    asked by Melster on July 23, 2008
  8. macroeconomics

    Real Disposable Consumption Income (billions) Expenditures (billions) Saving (billions) $100 $150 ______ 200 200 ______ 300 250 ______ 400 300 ______

    asked by Amber on December 10, 2009
  9. Macroeconomics

    Suppose the Fed wishes to use monetary policy to close an expansionary gap. a. Should the Fed increase or decrease the money supply? b. If the Fed uses open-market operations, should it buy or sell government securities? c. Determine whether each of the

    asked by gerima on October 11, 2006
  10. Macroeconomics

    Suppose most business executives expect a slowdown in the economy. How might this situation effect the economy? What would these expectations do to inventory ordering, hiring, and making loans, or investing in new machinery?

    asked by Nik on August 16, 2007
  11. Macroeconomics

    Suppose that Paulie and Vinny each can produce ice cream or t-shirts. it shows the quantity of each good that Paulie and Vinny each can produce in one hour, respectively, if they devote all of their time and effort into making the good. paulie can make 3

    asked by Lulu on September 20, 2015
  12. Macroeconomics

    Which of these are not accurately accounted for by either the income or expenditure methods of calculating GDP for the United States? a. The Brazilian wood that is used for flooring an American house. b. The value of leisure time. c. The loss of enjoyment

    asked by anonymous on August 26, 2011
  13. macroeconomics

    The initial Phillips curve relationship implied that the opportunity cost of __________ __________ was higher __________. If high unemployment lasts a long time, it could cause potential real GDP to fall. (true or false)

    asked by Amber on December 13, 2009
  14. Macroeconomics

    The following calculations help you see how the ratio of debt to GDP changes from one year to the next. Suppose that in a hypothetical country with a currency called the ducat, debt is equal to 140 trillion ducats and GDP is equal to 100 trillion ducats.

    asked by Jenny on April 14, 2008
  15. Macroeconomics

    If investors sell their stocks and increase their money holdings due to a bad economy then A. demand for loanable funds will increase. B. demand for loanable funds will decrease. C. supply of loanable funds will increase. D. supply of loanable funds will

    asked by Sara on May 20, 2015
  16. Macroeconomics

    Suppose GDP is $800 billion, taxes are $150 billion, private saving is $50 billion and public saving is $20 billion. Assuming this economy is closed, calculate consumption, government purchases, national saving and investment.

    asked by Jess on February 14, 2013
  17. Macroeconomics

    As an example of a price index, consider the A.C.D.P.I. (a fictitious price index). The associated basket of goods is: Good Price Coffee $8/lb. Bread $1/loaf Tea $15/lb. Aspirin $2/bottle Cola $6/case A. If the price of coffee doubles, what is the

    asked by Mary on September 15, 2015
  18. macroeconomics

    (1) Population: 250,000 Unemployed: 20,000 Labor Force Participation Rate: 80% (a) How many people are in the labor force? (b) What is the unemployment rate? (2) Not in the labor force: 125,000 Unemployed: 25,000 Employed: 100,000 What is the unemployment

    asked by Mac on June 29, 2009
  19. 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

    asked by John on June 5, 2007
  20. macroeconomics

    Suppose you borrow $900 of principal that must be repaid at the end of two years, along with interest of 5 percent a year. If the annual inflation rate turns out to be 10 percent, (a) What is the real rate of interest on the loan?

    asked by Anonymous on February 19, 2016
  21. 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
  22. Macroeconomics

    You are running a small yard maintenance business for the summer. What do you expect to happen to the number of yards you can maintain in a day as you add workers if you don’t purchase more capital equipment (like mowers and leaf blowers)? Provide two

    asked by Kysha on June 30, 2014
  23. macroeconomics

    Referring to the table in question 10, suppose improvement occurs in the technology of producing forklifts but not in the technology of producing automobiles. Draw the new production possibilities curve. Now assume that a technological advance occurs in

    asked by lou on September 15, 2012
  24. macroeconomics

    Suppose that there are three beachfront parcels of land available for sale in Asilomar and six people who would each like to purchase one parcel. Assume that the parcels are essentially identical and that the minimum selling price of each is $600,000. The

    asked by ann on February 8, 2012
  25. Macroeconomics

    Goods and services that are not sold in markets, such as food produced and consumed at home and some household articles, are generally not included in GDP. How might the absence of these values mislead one when comparing the economic well-being of the

    asked by Kensi on December 1, 2012
  26. macroeconomics

    25. The following table shows the price of a specific stereo receiver for a five-year period. Using Year 1 as the base year, calculate the price index for each year. Year Price Price index (answers using Year 1 = 100) 1 $112 ___ 2 144 ___ 3 160 ___ 4 176

    asked by marc on October 11, 2011
  27. Macroeconomics

    . Application 3 to chapter 15 (page 340) suggests increased health care expenditures will crowd out other expenditures. What component of GDP do you think will suffer? Using that same argument, Nebraska has debated casino gambling several times. Proponents

    asked by Jennifer on August 4, 2011
  28. 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
  29. Macroeconomics

    Kelly purchased ten shares of Gentech stock for $200 in year 1 and sold all the shares in year 2 for $220 a share. Between year 1 and year 2, the price level increased by 5%. The tax on capital gains is 50%. If the capital gains tax is on nominal gains,

    asked by Jay on May 20, 2008
  30. Macroeconomics

    Peter Pundit, an economics reporter, states that the European Union (EU) is increasing its productivity very rapidly in all industries. He claims that this productivity advance is so rapid that output from the EU in these industries will soon exceed that

    asked by Tiffany on May 27, 2008
  31. Macroeconomics

    Calculating the Rate of Growth of Per Capita Real GDP The annual rate of growth of real GDP in a developing nation is 0.3 percent. Initially, the countries' population was stable from year to year. Recently, however, a significant increase in the nation's

    asked by animal on May 12, 2008
  32. macroeconomics

    Bob owns a 100-acre farm. Of that, he uses 50 acres to grow corn, 40 acres to graze sheep, and 10 acres for structures such as his home and barn. Which of the following are considered by economists to be "land"? I. The 50 acres he uses to grow corn. II.

    asked by sara on January 27, 2007
  33. macroeconomics

    Suppose that France and Denmark both produce oil and olives. Frances’s opportunity cost of producing a crate of olives is 4 barrels of oil, while Denmark’s opportunity cost of producing a crate of olives is 7 barrels of oil. By comparing the

    asked by ann on February 5, 2012
  34. macroeconomics

    a) Suppose the economy is characterized by the following behavioral equations: C = c0 + c1YD YD = Y – T I = b0 + b1Y Government spending is constant. Note that investment now increases with output. Chapter 5 will discuss the reasons for this relation.

    asked by Eve on March 19, 2007
  35. Macroeconomics

    (Monetary Control) Suppose the money supply is currently $500 billion and the Fed wishes to increase it by $100 billion. a. Given a required reserve ration of 0.25, what should it do? b. If it decided to change the money supply by changing the required

    asked by Beth on June 2, 2015
  36. Macroeconomics

    Which of the following are not examples of a vicious cycle of deleveraging? Explain. a. Your university decides to sell several commercial buildings in the middle of town in order to upgrade buildings on campus. b. A company decides to sell its large an

    asked by Anonymous on April 7, 2014
  37. macroeconomics

    18. The following is a list of figures for a given year in billions of dollars. Using this data, compute: (a) GDP; (b) NDP; (c) NI; (d) PI; (e) DI; (f) Net exports. Transfer payments $ 16 Government purchases 80 Personal taxes 38 Corporate income taxes 28

    asked by marc on October 11, 2011
  38. Macroeconomics

    Durring the late 1970's prices quoted in terms of the Israeli currency, the shekel, rose so fast that the grocery stores listed their prices in terms of the U.S. dollar and provided customers with the dollar-shekel conversion tables that they updated

    asked by Shane on October 13, 2010
  39. Macroeconomics

    Suppose the money supply is currently 500 billion and the Fed wishes to increase it by 100 billion. Given a required reserve ratio of .25, what should it do?

    asked by Debbie on April 6, 2010
  40. Macroeconomics

    Suppose that velocity is constant. The economy's output of goods and services rises by 5% each year. What will happen to nominal GDP and the price level next year if the Fed keeps the money supply constant? (Hint--put the variables into the formula) Help!

    asked by a-tan on November 16, 2009
  41. Macroeconomics

    1). Kelly purchased ten shares of Gentech stock for $200 in year 1 and sold all the shares in year 2 for $220 a share. Between year 1 and year 2, the price level increased by 5%. The tax on capital gains is 50%. If the capital gains tax is on nominal

    asked by Sarah on May 20, 2008
  42. 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
  43. macroeconomics

    22. The following table shows the price of a specific stereo receiver for a five-year period. Using year 3 as the base year, calculate the price index for each year. Year Price Price index 1 $ 88 ___ 2 $100 ___ 3 $120 ___ 4 $132 ___ 5 $140 ___

    asked by marc on October 11, 2011
  44. macroeconomics

    Year - 2000 Nominal GDP: 9,817 Real GDP: ___________ GDP Deflator: 1 Inflation 2.2 Real GDP Per capita: _________ Population 283.7 Year – 2001 Nominal GDP: ________ Real GDP: 9,891 GDP Deflator: _________ Inflation 2.4 Real GDP Per capita: _________

    asked by Ella on September 23, 2008
  45. Macroeconomics

    Assume the simple spending multiplier equals 10. Determine the size and direction of any changes in the aggregate expenditure line, real GDP demanded, and the aggregate demand curve for each of the following changes in spending: a. Spending rises by $8

    asked by Amber on December 10, 2009
  46. Macroeconomics

    a. If the actual price level exceeds the expected price level reflected in long-term contracts, real GDP equals ____________ and the actual price level equals _____________ in the short run. b. The situation described in part (a) results in a(n)

    asked by Amber on December 10, 2009
  47. Macroeconomics

    Why is the tax multiplier smaller than the government spending multiplier?

    asked by Emily on August 25, 2009
  48. macroeconomics

    assume that American rice sells for 100.00 per bushel, japanese rice sells for 16,000 yen per bushel, and the exchange rate is 80 yen per 1 dollar. what would be your profit per bushel of rice, and how you can make a profit in this situation

    asked by connie on March 14, 2013
  49. macroeconomics

    27. The following data show nominal GDP and the appropriate price index for several years. Compute real GDP for each year and indicate whether you have “inflated” or “deflated” nominal GDP in finding real GDP. All GDP are in billions. Nominal Price

    asked by marc on October 11, 2011
  50. Macroeconomics

    If it looks like a bank won't meet the Federal Reserve Bank's reserve requirement, normally it will first turn to the: A) other member banks and borrow at the federal funds rate. B) Fed and borrow at the discount rate. C) open market and borrow money

    asked by Steve An on June 7, 2010
  51. Macroeconomics

    Can someone please help. What components of GDP (if any) would each of the following transactions affect? Explain. a. A family buys a new refridgerator. b. Aunt Jane buys a new house. c. Ford sells a Mustang from its inventory. d. You buy a pizza. e.

    asked by Sam on May 23, 2007
  52. macroeconomics

    Which of the problems in the construction of the CPI might be illustrated by each of the following situation? Explain. Investing manufactory of SamSung in Vietnam

    asked by Yến on February 11, 2015
  53. macroeconomics

    b. Now suppose that the gross national debt initially is equal to $2.5 trillion and the federal government then runs a deficit of $100 billion: i. What is the new level of gross national debt? ii. If 100 percent of the deficit is financed by the sale of

    asked by brian on July 28, 2013
  54. Macroeconomics

    The money supply in Freedonia is $200 billion. Nominal GDP is $800 billion and real GDP is $400 billion. Assuming that velocity is stable, if real GDP grows by 10 percent this year, and if the money supply does not change this year, what is the change of

    asked by Jess on April 9, 2013
  55. Macroeconomics

    2. Assume that GDP (Y) is 5,000. Consumption (C) is given by the equation C = 1,200 + 0.3(Y-T) – 50r where r is the real interest rate. Investment (I) is given by the equation I = 1,200 – 50r. Taxes (T) are 1,000 and government spending (G) is 1,500.

    asked by Anonymous on October 1, 2011
  56. Macroeconomics

    . Atlantis is a small, isolated island in the South Atlantic. The inhabitants grow potatoes and catch fresh fish. The accompanying table shows the maximum annual output combinations of potatoes and fish that can be produced. Obviously, given their limited

    asked by Leigh on March 29, 2011
  57. Macroeconomics

    suppose that this year's money supply is $500b, nominal gdp is $10trillion, and real gdp is $5trillion, what is the price level and velocity of money? and if velocity is constant and the economy's output rises by 5% per year, what will happen to nominal

    asked by Liyyah on April 11, 2010
  58. Macroeconomics

    Suppose in an economy the nominal money supply is $ 1000, the general price level is 4 and the real output is at its full employment level of $4000. a. what is the price level and velocity of money? b. By assuming constant velocity of money, what would you

    asked by Anonymous on July 5, 2015
  59. Macroeconomics

    Consider the following data: The money supply in $1 trillion, the price level equals 2, and real GDP is $5 trillion in base-year dollars. What is the income velocity of money?

    asked by Karla on December 2, 2012
  60. macroeconomics

    If the economy currently has a frictional unemployment rate of 2 percent, structural unemployment of 2 percent, seasonal unemployment of 0.5 percent, and cyclical unemployment of 2 percent, what is the natural rate of unemployment? Where is the economy

    asked by Anonymous on March 27, 2012
  61. Macroeconomics

    You read in a newspaper that the nominal interest rate is 12 percent per year in Canada and 8 percent per year in the United States. Suppose that the real interest rates are equalized in the two countries and that purchasing-power parity holds. a) Using

    asked by Anonymous on October 1, 2011
  62. 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
  63. Macroeconomics

    Suppose the marginal propensity to consume is 0.75. What does this mean? What do we know about the marginal propensity to save? What do we know about the average propensity to consume? The marginal propensity to consume (MPS) the percent of an additional

    asked by hadi on September 20, 2006
  64. MACROECONOMICS

    6.(Money Creation) Show how each of the following would initially affects a banks assets and liabilities.

    asked by gretel on July 17, 2015
  65. Macroeconomics

    If the economy is at point C what is the cost of one more automobile? One more forklift?

    asked by Grace on January 31, 2013
  66. Macroeconomics

    You read in a newspaper that the nominal interest rate is 12 percent per year in Canada and 8 percent per year in the United States. Suppose that the real interest rates are equalized in the two countries and that purchasing-power parity holds. a) Using

    asked by Anonymous on October 1, 2011
  67. Macroeconomics

    Assume that the economy’s real GDP is growing. What will happen to money demand over time? If the Fed leaves the money supply unchanged, what will happen to the interest rate over time? If the Fed changes the money supply to match the change in money

    asked by John on June 15, 2010
  68. Macroeconomics

    to raise funds at providing more support for public schools,a state government has just imposed a unit excise tax equal to $4 for each monthly unit of telephone services sold by each telephone company operating in the state. The diagram below depicts the

    asked by Sue on May 24, 2010
  69. Macroeconomics

    Discuss the differences between a flexible exchange rate and a fixed exchange rate. What measures can the government take to maintain fixed exchange rates?

    asked by Amber on December 21, 2009
  70. macroeconomics

    Suppose you were borrowing money to buy a car. Which of these situations would you prefer:The interest rate on your car loan is 20 percent and the inflation rate is 19 percent or the interest rate on your car loan is 5 percent and the inflation rate is 2

    asked by bill on March 18, 2009
  71. Macroeconomics

    A company is producing 100 units. At this quanity, it's average total cost is $25, and it's total fixed cost is $2,000. How much is it's total variable cost?

    asked by Russ on April 20, 2014
  72. MacroEconomics

    1. The money supply is $1 trillion,the price level =2,and real GDP is $5 trillion in base year dollars. What is the income velocity of money ?

    asked by Steve on July 15, 2013
  73. Macroeconomics

    Graph the following aggregate supply and demand curves (be sure to draw to scale). Real GDP (in $ trillions) Price Level Supplied Demanded Increase / Decrease 100 4 16 110 10 15 140 14 12 200 15 6

    asked by Richard on April 15, 2013
  74. Macroeconomics

    What happens to the equilibrium price and quantity of ice cream in response to each of the following? (Explain your answers). a. The price of dairy cow fodder increases. b. The price of beef decreases. c. Concerns arise about the fat content of ice cream.

    asked by Wayne on September 15, 2012
  75. Macroeconomics

    The difference between consumption spending and disposable income is:

    asked by Leonard on May 24, 2011
  76. macroeconomics

    Calculate the total change in aggregate demand because of an initial $300 decrease in investment spending, given that C = 150 + 0.50YD. $1,200 decrease $300 decrease $150 decrease $600 decrease i think it is 300 but i think i am wrong

    asked by Eli on April 9, 2011
  77. macroeconomics

    As an economist, you have been asked to write a letter to a meeting of international professionals to explain the differences between microeconomics and macroeconomics and to provide real-world examples. Please write a letter of 4–6 pages including, but

    asked by michele on February 25, 2011
  78. macroeconomics

    what happens to the net public debt if the federal government operates next year with a : budget deficit, balanced budget, budget surplus

    asked by aimee on September 20, 2010
  79. Macroeconomics

    Suppose that there is a temporary, but significant,increase in oil prices in an economy with an upward-sloping SRAS curve. If policy makers wish to prevent the equilibrium price level from changing in response to the oil price increase, should they

    asked by Tony on August 30, 2010
  80. macroeconomics

    Atlantis is a small, isolated island in the South Atlantic. The inhabitants grow potatoes and catch fresh fish. The accompanying table shows the maimum annual output combinations of potatoes and fish that can be produced. Obviously, given their limited

    asked by Regina on August 3, 2010
  81. Macroeconomics

    Most economists believe that the better fiat money serves as a store of value, the more acceptable it is. What does this statement mean? And what could cause people to lose faith in money?

    asked by John on June 15, 2010
  82. Macroeconomics

    Suppose the economy has been experiencing zero inflation and five percent unemployment for several years. The government decides to lower the unemployment percentage by generating some inflation. You need to do the following: 1)create a graph showing what

    asked by Joe on May 24, 2010
  83. macroeconomics

    In each of the following cases, either a recessionary gap or inflationary gap exists. Assume that the aggregated supply curve is horizontal so that the change in real GDP arising from a shift of the aggregated demand curve equals the size of the shift of

    asked by Jacqui on March 22, 2010
  84. Macroeconomics

    Show the changes to the T-accounts for the Federal Reserve and for commercial banks when the Federal Reserve buys $50 million in U.S. Treasury bills. If the public holds a fixed amount of currency (so that all loans create an equal amount of deposits in

    asked by Yzenetra Adams on March 4, 2010
  85. macroeconomics

    In 1995, the CPI was 152.5 and the price of an economics textbook was 70.00 dollars and a music cd was 16.00 dollars. If the CPI was 172.3 in 2007, what were the prices of the economics textbook and the music cd in 2007 dollars

    asked by sally on February 27, 2010
  86. Macroeconomics

    The following is a report from a BLS survey tracker: “There were 65 people in the houses I visited. Ten of them were children under age 16, 25 people had full time jobs, and 5 had part time jobs. There were 10 retirees, 5 full time homemakers, 5 full

    asked by Morgan on January 21, 2019
  87. Macroeconomics

    Give an example in which one person has an absolute advantage in doing something but another person has a comparative advantage.

    asked by Taylor on September 12, 2018
  88. macroeconomics

    How are currency exchange rates determined?

    asked by Anonymous on March 20, 2016
  89. Macroeconomics

    Suppose the adult population is 200 million, the labor force is 160 million, and the number of employed persons is 140 million. What is the unemployment rate? What is the labor force participation rate? Suppose half of the unemployed persons in exercise

    asked by Kerby on March 12, 2015
  90. 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
  91. Macroeconomics

    Dave is buying pizza and soda. Suppose that a slice of pizza and a can of soda each cost $4 Let E be the amount in dollars that Dave spends on pizza and soda. If Dave buys P slices and S cans of soda, which one of the following equations correctly

    asked by Kim on September 5, 2013
  92. Macroeconomics

    If the government imposes a price ceiling of $100 on a market, what would happen in the market as a result of protests of price gauging by the sellers? What would happen to the price and quantity in the market?

    asked by Ellen on May 12, 2013
  93. Macroeconomics

    (Simple Spending Multiplier) Suppose that the MPC is 0.8, while investment, government purchases, and net exports sum to $500 billion. Suppose also that the government budget is in balance. a. What is the sum of saving and net taxes when desired spending

    asked by Kayden on April 16, 2013
  94. macroeconomics

    if retiree benefits were frozen what would happen to total expenditures

    asked by Tracey on February 19, 2012
  95. 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
  96. Macroeconomics

    How do you calculate the nominal GDP and the real GDP of something? I know the formula for GDP is y=c+I+G+NX but in a problem like an economy produced this many of good#1 and this many of good#2 last year. The price of each good #1 was $8 last year, and

    asked by y912f on March 16, 2011
  97. MacroEconomics

    Assuming that the following table describes a typical consumer’s complete budget, compute the item weights for each product. Item: Quantity: Unit price: Coffee 20 pounds $5 Tuition 1 year $4,000 Pizza 100 pizzas $8 DVD rental 75 days $5 Vacation 2 weeks

    asked by Ojie on February 17, 2011
  98. Macroeconomics

    A bank has issued 4 billion in transactions deposits and 2 billion in time deposits and other nontransactions deposits. Its other liabilities and net worth equal 1 billion. The bank has 100 million in total reserves. The only reserve requirement that this

    asked by Mel on October 13, 2010
  99. macroeconomics

    (Import Substitution Versus Export Promotion) Explain why domestic producers who supply a good that competes with imports would prefer an import-substitution approach to trade policy rather than an export- promotion approach. Which policy would domestic

    asked by Amber on December 21, 2009
  100. macroeconomics

    If the operators of the golf course revised their revenue estimates so that each cart is expected to earn $100 less, how many carts would they buy at an interest rate of 8 percent? How many would they buy if the interest rate is 3 percent?

    asked by Amber on December 10, 2009

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