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Chapter 10 / Exercise 62
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3.Use the Keynesian model to explain the cyclical behavior of employment and investment.
5.In the Keynesian model, how does a temporary increase in government purchases affect the following? Your answers in each column should be relative to the original long-run equilibrium levels of each variable.How is a temporary increase in government purchases likely to affect the composition of output in the long-run?
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6.Encouraging ‘scalping’ and other forms of arbitrage in a market economy will likely lead to a lesser
7.Given the diagram to the right:Use the single arrow tool to draw a ray starting at the origin to locate the efficiency wage w* and the corresponding level of effort E. Label this line ‘Ray’.Use the point drawing tool to identify the point on the effort curve which determines the efficiency wage w* and the corresponding level of effort E.
8.According to the Keynesian IS-LM model, what is the short-run effect of of thefollowing shock: on output, the real interest rate, employment, and the price level.

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