UGBA 101B Homework - 4 Given the presidential election in two years in the United States what shifts in IS or LM would President Obama like for

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UGBA 101B Homework #7 Due: Wednesday, March 30, 9:30AM 1. How do monetary and fiscal policy shift the IS and LM curves? 2. Mankiw p. 336-337 problems 1 and 3. 3. Bring to class a recent newspaper article indicating a shift of the IS curve, the LM curve, or both. Use the IS-LM graph to explain the model’s predictions about output, investment and interest rates.
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Given the presidential election in two years in the United States, what shifts in IS or LM would President Obama like for 2011? Did this pattern occur prior to any other U.S. elections? Pick another election that occurred recently elsewhere and discuss monetary and fiscal policy preceding the election....
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