the proximity to equilibrium that can be attained how long the process toward a

The proximity to equilibrium that can be attained how

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the proximity to equilibrium that can be attained how long the process toward a stable equilibrium takes Correct! that markets do move toward a stable equilibrium the government mechanisms that can aid the process to equilibrium Question 4 1 / 1 pts Regarding monetary policy, what is the Keynesian argument against the monetarists? Money supply cannot be controlled. Money supply is unaffected by the price level. Velocity of money is not connected to monetary policy. orrect! Velocity of money is neither very stable nor predictable. Question 5
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1 / 1 pts In the macroeconomics context, the most accurate meaning of productivity is the measure of __________. aggregate supply per worker real output per fiscal year aggregate supply per hour Correct! real output per worker hour Question 6 1 / 1 pts Cassie Culver is a skirt manufacturer. The costs of her resources (materials, expenses, and labor) are fixed for 5 months until she renegotiates contracts for those items. If before that point Cassie decides to raise her prices, she will likely experience __________. a 1- or 2-month profit stagnation an equilibrium in her economic situation Co short-term profit surges if she slowly expands output assured long-term profits if she invests a lot of money Question 7 1 / 1 pts What occurred in October 1979 that was later labeled the “Saturday night special”?
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