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4)The world interest rate:
5)I: The twin deficits prediction is the proposition that a country with a large government budget deficit is likely to have a large trade deficit. II: An increase in foreign interest rates will causes changes in a small open economy that are consistent with the twin deficits prediction.
6)If the real exchange rate is high, foreign goods:
7)In the basic version of a small open economy model, a reduction in the government’s budget deficit ____ net exports and the real exchange rate ____.
8)Protectionist policies implemented in a small open economy with a trade deficit have the effect of ____ the trade deficit and ____ the quantity of imports and exports.
9)If a country has a high rate of inflation relative to Canada, Canadian dollar will buy:
10) If the nominal exchange rate falls 10 percent, the domestic price level rises 4 percent, and the foreign price level rises 6 percent, the real exchange rate will fall:
11) Assume that some large foreign countries begin to subsidize investment by instituting an investment tax credit. Then, if world saving does not depend on the interest rate, world investment:
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12) Short-term unemployment is most likely to be ____ unemployment, while long-term unemployment is most likely to be ____ unemployment.
13) If a dollar bought 1,000 Chilean pesos 10 years ago and 1,500 pesos now, and inflation for that period was 25 percent in the US and 100 percent in Chile, then:
14) If the number of employed workers equals 20 million and the number of unemployed workers equals 2 million, the unemployment rate equals ____ percent (rounded to the nearest percent)
15) One reason for unemployment is that:
16) Frictional unemployment is inevitable because:
17) When a country’s real exchange rate rises:
18) Paying efficiency wages helps firms reduce the problem of adverse selection by:

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