pts In a open economy savings investment is the same as the closed economy

Pts in a open economy savings investment is the same

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Question 7 2 / 2 pts In a open economy, savings = investment is the same as the closed economy goods market equilibrium condition we know as Y = C + I + G. 63395 TrueCorrect!82364False Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 8 2 / 2 pts In a open economy, savings = inTrue <div>If income exceeds absorp<div></div>
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True Correct!70646 False Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 9 2 / 2 pts In the open economy goods market equilibrium with two large countries, the sum of the absorptions must equal the sum of the incomes produced by the two countries. Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 10 2 / 2 pts Goods market equilibrium in an open economy requires that savings equals investment. 91410TrueCorrect!46206False True False <div>In the open economy good<div></div> TrueFalse Goods market equilibrium in an o True
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Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 11 2 / 2 pts If savings exceeds investment then the country is running a trade deficit where NX < 0.94788TrueCorrect!9751False Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 12 2 / 2 pts If NX is positive then the country is consuming beyond their means and must borrow from the rest of the world. False <p>If savings exceeds investme<div></div>True <div>If NX is positive then the c<div></div>
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Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 13 0 / 2 pts During the mid 2000s, the current account deficit in the US exceeded 10% of GDP. Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question. Question 14 2 / 2 pts We argued that when the economic growth in the US is greater than the (economic) growth rates of our trading partners, the trade deficit in the US should get smaller, all else constant. 34302TrueCorrect!38017False Move To... This element is a more accessible alternative to drag & drop reordering. Press Enter or Space to move this question.
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  • Spring '14
  • GALENIANOS,EMMANO
  • Monetary Policy, Foreign exchange market, United States dollar

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