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20) If the Phillips curve represents aʺ________ relationship,ʺthen the trade-off betweenunemployment and inflation is permanent.A) dynamicB) structuralC) frictionalD) cyclicalAnswer: B
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Diff: 2Page Ref: 954/580Topic: The Short-Run Trade-off between Unemployment and InflationLearning Outcome: Macro 1: Define macroeconomics and identify its basic concernsAACSB: Reflective Thinking21) A relationship that depends on the basic behavior of consumers and firms and remains unchangedover long periods is called a ________ relationship.
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Diff: 1Page Ref: 954/580Topic: The Short-Run Trade-off between Unemployment and InflationLearning Outcome: Macro 1: Define macroeconomics and identify its basic concernsAACSB: Reflective Thinking22) What is the natural rate of unemployment?
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Diff: 2Page Ref: 954/580Topic: The Natural Rate of UnemploymentLearning Outcome: Macro 14: Identify different types and measures of unemployment and discuss its causesAACSB: Reflective Thinking6
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23) All other factors held constant, increased growth in aggregate demand will
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Diff: 2Page Ref: 953/579Topic: The Short-Run Trade-off between Unemployment and InflationLearning Outcome: Macro 13: Discuss the key measures, theories, and effects of inflation and deflationAACSB: Reflective Thinking24) If actual inflation is greater than expected inflation, what is the relationship between the actual realwage and the expected real wage?A) The actual real wage will be lower than the expected real wage.B) The actual real wage will be equal to the expected real wage.C) The actual real wage will be higher than the expected real wage.D) The relationship between the actual real wage and the expected real wage cannot bepredicted.Answer: A
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Diff: 2Page Ref: 955-956/581-582Topic: The Short-Run Trade-off between Unemployment and InflationLearning Outcome: Macro 13: Discuss the key measures, theories, and effects of inflation and deflation

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