The sum of public and private saving in an economy is equal to A Y C T B I C G

The sum of public and private saving in an economy is

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136) The sum of public and private saving in an economy is equal toA)Y-C-T.Answer: DB)I-C-G.C)T-TR-G.D)Y-C-G.136)Page Ref: 707/325Learning Outcome: Macro-1: Define macroeconomics and identify its basic concerns.137) When the government runs a deficit, which of the following is true?137)Page Ref: 707/325Learning Outcome: Macro-1: Define macroeconomics and identify its basic concerns.138) If taxes are less than transfers plus government spending, then138)Page Ref: 707/325Learning Outcome: Macro-1: Define macroeconomics and identify its basic concerns.139) There is public dissaving ifB)TR<G+T.C)G+TR<T.D)G+TR>T.139)Page Ref: 707/325Learning Outcome: Macro-1: Define macroeconomics and identify its basic concerns.140) Which of the following would increase public saving?A) an increase in transfersB) an increase in taxesC) an increase in government purchasesD) All of the above would increase public saving.Answer: B140)Page Ref: 707/325Learning Outcome: Macro-1: Define macroeconomics and identify its basic concerns.141) An increase in government purchases, ceteris paribus, will141)Page Ref: 707/325Learning Outcome: Macro-1: Define macroeconomics and identify its basic concerns.31
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