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Chapter 13, problem #8 (page 258): Government Labor Policy by N.S. Chapter 13, problem #8 (page 258): Government Labor Policy Narinder Schoeling Ashford University - Online Campus ECO - 203 Principles of Macroeconomics Instructor: Sam Palazzolo September 20, 2009 Chapter 13, problem #8 (page 258): Government Labor Policy
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In country A, all wage contracts are indexed to inflation. That is, each month wages are adjusted to reflect increases in the cost of living as reflected in changes in the price level. In country B, there are no cost-of-living adjustments to wages, but the workforce is completely unionized. Unions negotiate 3-year contracts. In which country is an expansionary monetary policy likely to have a larger effect on aggregate output? Explain your answers using an aggregate supply and aggregate demand curves. Submit your analysis in a one to three page word document. Expansionary monetary policy is a monetary policy that seeks to increase the size of the money supply. In most nations, monetary policy is controlled by either a central bank or a
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