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practicequestions8spring2004

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Economics 102 Spring 2004 Practice Questions 8 1. The demand for money a. is the same as the demand for bonds. b. is the same as the supply for bonds. c. increases whenever the price level falls. d. Increases whenever aggregate income increases. e. shows that people always demand as much money as possible 2. Which of the following would be most likely to increase the quantity of money demanded (i.e., to cause a movement along a money demand curve)? 3. In the short-run macro model, an open market purchase of bonds by the Fed will 4. Which of the following would lead to a rightward movement along a stationary demand for money curve? 5. The aggregate demand curve is derived using a. the sum of market demand curves from all industries. b. product market demand curves and money market equilibrium. c. product market demand curves and the short-run Keynesian aggregate expenditure model. d. the short-run Keynesian aggregate expenditure model only. e. the short-run Keynesian aggregate model and money market equilibrium.
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