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Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question Permanent and transitory income differ in the way that permanent income is ______ than is transitory income.
Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question Transitory income is:
Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question Milton Friedman argued that, on average, consumption is: 12 of 22 12/8/2012 11:44 uni0645
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Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question According to the permanent-income hypothesis, consumption depends primarily on ______ income. Answer current nominal permanent transitory
Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question According to the permanent income hypothesis, households will finance a temporary increase in taxes by: reducing _______ or increasing _____.
Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question According to the permanent-income hypothesis, if consumers receive a one-time income bonus, then they will:
Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question According to the permanent-income hypothesis, if consumers receive a permanent increase in their salary then they will:
Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question According to Friedman's permanent-income hypothesis, if the marginal propensity to consume out of permanent income equals 0.9 and current income equals $55,000 (of which $5,000 is transitory income), then consumption should equal: Answer $5,000. $45,000. $49,500. $55,000.
Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question According to Friedman's permanent-income hypothesis, the marginal propensity to consume out of permanent income is ______ the marginal propensity to consume out of transitory income. 13 of 22 12/8/2012 11:44 uni0645
Add Question Here Multiple Choice 1 points Question Milton Friedman argued that, although household studies showed that high-income households generally have lower average propensities to consume, this phenomenon is due to the fact that these households have, on average:

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