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Chapter_13 - Macroeconomics Test Yourself Chapter13 1...

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Macroeconomics Test Yourself Chapter13 1. Technological unemployment refers to a. the use of technology to track down and provide benefits to the unemployed. b. the use of television and films to portray the plight of the unemployed. c. the speed with which data on unemployment are gathered, interpreted, and disseminated. d. unemployment among skilled workers in high-tech industries like computers and satellite technology. e. unemployment created by technological change. 2. During the twentieth century, total output in the U.S. a. has increased by about the same multiple as employment. b. has grown much slower than employment. c. has grown much faster than employment. d. has not increased much at all, when properly measured. e. increased, but almost none of the increase was due to technological change. 3. Technological progress a. allows more output to be produced with the same number of workers. b. allows the same output to be produced with fewer workers. c. leads to changes in the types of goods produced. d. all of the above. e. none of the above. 4. The idea that technological progress leads to increasing unemployment in the long run is a. supported by economic theory, but contradicted by the evidence. b. supported by both theory and evidence.
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