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1) The reduction of the inflation rate is calledA) deflation.B) disinflation.C) unflation.
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D) reflation.Answer:
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2) The costs of disinflation would be low if
ADiff: 2Topic: Section: 12.5Question Status: Previous Edition3) A rapid and decisive reduction in the rate of growth of the money supply for the purpose of disinflation is called
DDiff: 1Topic: Section: 12.5Question Status: Previous Edition4) Keynesians prefer a disinflation policy of
CDiff: 1Topic: Section: 12.5Question Status: Previous Edition5) Which of the following disinflationary monetary policies would classical economists prefer?A) A cold turkey approach that is announced and credible.B) A cold turkey approach that is announced, but not credible.C) A gradual approach that is announced and credible.D) A gradual approach that is unannounced.Answer:
ADiff: 1Topic: Section: 12.5Question Status: New 6) The sacrifice ratio is
ADiff: 1Topic: Section: 12.5Question Status: Previous Edition7) The amount of output lost when the inflation rate is reduced by one percentage point is called
BDiff: 1Topic: Section: 12.5Question Status: Previous Edition8) Ball found that the disinflation of the early 1980s in the United States had a sacrifice ratio of about
CDiff: 1Topic: Section: 12.5Question Status: Previous Edition9) Ball's research showed that the sacrifice ratioA) was the same for all countries.B) was nearly zero for most countries.C) was about 10 for all countries except the United States, where it was about 2.D) varied considerably across countries.Answer:
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