ECON2020: MACROECONOMICS MID-TERM EXAM
The exam is due back via posting in Assignment Link before midnight 11.59PM EST Oct 5.
You may use your textbook and class notes when taking this exam.
You may not discuss this exam with anyone else in the cl
Midterm Economics II Summer 2017
INSTRUCTIONS (PLEASE READ): You may use your textbook and class notes when taking
this exam. You may not discuss this exam with anyone else.
The exam is due 7pm Sunday, June 18
Bond Markets: Supply & Demand Example
The US Treasury Securities Market:
US Treasury securities are IOU's that the federal government sells to raise funds whenever its
total expenditures in a time period exceed its total tax revenues during that period. T
What Is Macroeconomics?
Macroeconomics is the study of the forces that affect the national economy as a whole. That is,
macroeconomics analyses the forces that determine the overall growth rate of output in the
economy, together with the economy's rate of
WK9A HWQuestions Due before midnight Nov 2
WK4: Assigned Questions on AD Foundations: Suggested answers in Blue
1) Draw an "aggregate supply-aggregate demand
diagram that shows an economy suffering from high
levels of unemployment. Show the effects of the
following events on
FINAL EXAM: ECON2020
1) You may use your textbook and/or class notes to read and prepare for taking this exam
2) You may not discuss this exam with anyone either face-to-face nor via email nor you
may copy answers from the Internet source
1) Explain why the Aggregate Supply curve becomes increasingly steeply
sloped at levels of RGDP near "full employment" and becomes especially
steeply sloped beyond "full employment" RGD
WK9B HWQuestions Due before midnight Nov 2
Answer any 5 questions (minimum to qualify for a maximum of 10 points for this extra credit
1) What policy rule do monetarists believe the Fed should follow? What are the major