Economics

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Assume that a period of deflation leads to a rise in $1.49

Assume that a period of deflation leads to a rise in the supply of real money balances. Explain the effect of this change on the economy using the IS–LM model and then what effect it would have on AD and why...

Assume that in a country, of all adult people, 29,500,000 were $1.49

Assume that in a country, of all adult people, 29,500,000 were employed, 1,120,000 were unemployed and 11,000,000 were not in the labour force. How big was the labour force? What was the labour force participation rate? What was the unemployment rate..

Assume that output can be produced only using processes A and $1.49

Assume that output can be produced only using processes A and B. Process A requires inputs L and K to be combined in the fixed ratio 2L:4K, and process B requires 4L:2K. Is it possible to produce output efficiently using 3L and 3K? Why or why not?..

Assume that saving in China has been used to finance investment $1.49

Assume that saving in China has been used to finance investment into the EU. That is, the Chinese have been buying European capital assets. a. If the Chinese decided they no longer wanted to buy European assets, what would happen in the European mark..

Assume that the price of a bottle of wine in 1990 $1.49

Assume that the price of a bottle of wine in 1990 was €3.50 and in 2021 it is €8.50. Further assume that the price index in 1990 was 95 and in 2021 was 160. Was wine cheaper in 1990 than in 2021? Explain...

Assume that the value of a good is determined by the $1.49

Assume that the value of a good is determined by the amount of labour time a worker puts into production. How does Marx explain why a worker who is inefficient and takes twice the time of the average worker to produce the good is not more valuable?..

Assume that there is a rise in the trade deficit of $1.49

Assume that there is a rise in the trade deficit of a country due largely to the rise in a government budget deficit. Assume also that some commentators in the popular press claim that the increased trade deficit resulted from a decline in the qualit..

Assume that two airline companies decide to engage in collusive behaviour. Let’s $1.49

Assume that two airline companies decide to engage in collusive behaviour. Let’s analyze the game between two such companies. Suppose that each company can charge either a high price for tickets or a low price. If one company charges €100, it earns l..

Assume that two years ago, you purchased a new Jeep Wrangler $1.49

Assume that two years ago, you purchased a new Jeep Wrangler SE 4WD with a soft top for $16,500 using five-year interest-free financing. Today, the remaining loan balance is $9,900 and your Jeep has a trade-in value of $9,500. What is your opportun..

Assume that you are willing to pay $1,100 for a new $1.49

Assume that you are willing to pay $1,100 for a new personal computer that has all the “bells and whistles.” On the Internet, you buy one for the bargain price of $900. Unbeknownst to you, the Internet retailer’s marginal cost was only $750. How ..

Assume the economy is in a recession. Explain how each of $1.49

Assume the economy is in a recession. Explain how each of the following policies would affect consumption and investment. In each case, indicate any direct effects, any effects resulting from changes in total output, any effects resulting from change..

Assume the economy is in equilibrium. Analyze the effect of a $1.49

Assume the economy is in equilibrium. Analyze the effect of a cut in autonomous expenditure on economic activity and the level of unemployment. You should use a diagram to help illustrate your answer...

Assume the interest rate is 6 per cent. In each of $1.49

Assume the interest rate is 6 per cent. In each of the following three cases, state which you would rather receive and briefly explain why: a. €200 today or €480 in two years? b. €205 today or €240 in one year? c. €1,000 in one year or €1,220 in two ..

Assuming the population is stable, what effects will an increase in $1.49

Assuming the population is stable, what effects will an increase in capital accumulation have on growth? Can a country generate sustained growth through rising capital investment?..

Average Cost Minimization: Giant Screen TV, Inc., is a Miami-based importer and $1.49

Average Cost Minimization: Giant Screen TV, Inc., is a Miami-based importer and distributor of 60-inch screen HDTVs for residential and commercial customers. Revenue and cost relations are as follows: A. Calculate output, marginal cost, average cost,..

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