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16) According to our investment theory, an increase in the depreciation rate of capital should lead to a) an increase in the desired marginal product of capital, and an increase in current investment. b) an increase in the desired marginal product of capital, and a decrease in current investment. c) a decrease in the desired marginal product of capital, and an increase in current investment. d) a decrease in the desired marginal product of capital, and a decrease in current investment. e) no change in the desired marginal product of capital and no change in investment..
17) When is money neutral in the real world?
18) Milton Friedman and other monetarists argued against the use of countercyclical policy because
19) Which of the following will increase the money supply?
20) Our consumption theory predicts that agents will tend to engage in consumption smoothing when a) interest rates are low. b) they have diminishing marginal utility. c) they are unable to borrow and lend at the same interest rate. d) they are liquidity-constrained. e) they buy a lot of smoothies.
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11 Part 4: Long Question on AS-AD Model Comparative Statics of a decrease in A (20 points) Show what our AS-AD model predicts will happen to the variables in the table below in both the short- run (SR) and long-run (LR) in response to a decrease in A . Show all of your work . No points will be awarded for unjustified answers. Use back of page if necessary. All graphs should be fully labeled. P Y r C I W/P N SR LR
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