Econ help please! Banks and customers are most likely to be reluctant to use the full lending capacity...?
Banks and customers are most likely to be reluctant to use the full lending capacity made available by the Federal Reserve when the economy experiences:
A. Growth and low interest rates.
B. Growth and inflation rates higher than the interest rate.
C. High inflation rates.
D. A deep recession.
Econ Help Please! Suppose a bank has $1 million in deposits, a required reserve ratio of 25 percent.......?
Suppose a bank has $1 million in deposits, a required reserve ratio of 25 percent, and total reserves of $600,000. Then it has excess reserves of:
Could you tell me how you got the answer please. Thank you.
Econ Help!!! If full-employment output exceeds equilibrium output, greater deficit spending will result in?
If full-employment output exceeds equilibrium output, greater deficit spending will result in a:
A. Smaller recessionary gap.
B. Smaller inflationary gap.
C. Larger recessionary gap.
D. Larger inflationary gap.
Econ help! When there is excess aggregate demand, the appropriate policy would be for the government to?
When there is excess aggregate demand, the appropriate policy would be for the government to:
A. Make budget surpluses smaller.
B. Make budget surpluses larger.
C. Make budget deficits larger.
D. Increase the public debt.
Policies designed to pay off the national debt will result in:
A. A higher level of aggregate demand.
B. A redistribution of income but not wealth.
C. A smaller level of AD.
Which of the following would cause the level of income to change by the greatest amount, ceteris paribus?
A. An increase in social security payments of $10 billion
B. reduction in personal income taxes of $10 billion
C. An increase in defense spending of $10 billion
D. The changes suggested above have equal impacts on the level of income
Econ help please!When the macro equilibrium is above full employment, fiscal policy should be used to shift AD?
When the macro equilibrium is above full employment, fiscal policy should be used to shift aggregate demand by the amount of:
A. The difference between saving and investment.
B. The difference between desired saving and desired investment.
C. The AD excess.
D. None of the above because aggregate supply is the curve that must be shifted.
If actual investment exceeds desired investment, then:
A. A recession can develop.
B. Leakages are greater than injections.
C. An inflationary spiral can develop.
D. Inventories are being depleted.
Suppose a consumption function is given as C = $175 + 0.85YD. The marginal propensity to save is:
please explain how to do the problem please :)4 AnswersEconomics9 years ago
I need to create a consumer price index from 2006 to 2009 using 2007 as the base year. Calculate the annual inflation rate from 2006 to 2007, 2007 to 2008, and 2008 to 2009.
Cost of the market basket in each year:
For the Price Index I got:
I keep getting a negative number (-15.8) for 2006 is that okay? And how do I calculate the next portion?
Which of the following is not true about the marginal propensity to consume?
A. It is equal to the change in consumption divided by the change in disposable income
B. It is equal to the slope of the consumption function
C. It is equal to 1 - MPS
D. It is always equal to or greater than 1
If consumption is $340 and saving is $20, then disposable income is:
D. Cannot be determined from the information given
Aggregate demand is the total quantity of output:
A. Demanded if the economy is in equilibrium.
B. Demanded at alternative price levels in a given time period.
C. Producers are willing and able to supply at alternative price levels.
D. Consumers actually buy.
Econ HW help please!!! If full employment is associated with an output that is greater than the current...?
If full employment is associated with an output that is greater than the current macro equilibrium, which of the following best describes the impact of a rightward shift of the aggregate supply curve, ceteris paribus?
A. A higher price level and a higher level of output
B. A higher price level and a lower level of output
C. A recession or depression
D. A lower price level and a higher level of output
Suppose that in a population of 50 million persons, 40 million are in the labor force, 36 million are employed, 2 million are classified as unable to work, and 1 million are classified as unwilling to work. The unemployment rate is:
A. 10.0 percent.
B. 72.0 percent.
C. 8.0 percent.
D. 80.0 percent.
I can't figure out how to do this problem. I know the equation is # of unemployed/labor force but I haven't been getting any of these answers....
An increase in business inventories during a time period, ceteris paribus, will:
A. Decrease GDP during that period.
B. Increase GDP during that period.
C. Not affect GDP during that period but will increase GDP in later periods when the inventory is sold.
D. Never affect GDP because changes in inventories are not included in the calculation of GDP.
According to cost-benefit analysis, a government project should be undertaken as long as the:
A. Opportunity costs exceed the welfare benefits.
B. Benefits exceed the opportunity costs.
C. Benefits equal the costs.
D. Voters approve the project.
As the price of gasoline fell in the the United States during the 1990s, more people bought large automobiles (such as SUVs)
a) what is the market in question
b) did a shift in demand or supply occur, what direction was the shift, and what induced the shift
c) the effect of the shift on the equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity.1 AnswerHomework Help9 years ago