Macro practice 5: Consumption function
The components of aggregate demand are
Consumption, government spending, net exports, and investment.
Consumption, exports, imports, and disposable income.
Consumption, inventory, government spending, and disposable
Opportunity cost and production possibility curve
Along a society's production possibilities curve,
Opportunity the levelproduction possibility curve
A. cost and of technology is changing
B. more of one good can be produced without g
Macro practice 7 Money, banking, and interest rate
Open market operations involve the Fed
Buying or selling government bonds.
Buying or selling shares of stock.
Borrowing money from a bank.
Lending money to individuals.
If market interest rates rise, the
Practice 2: Supply and demand
Ceteris paribus, if the price of a digital camera rises, then we can expect
A. An increase in the demand for digital cameras.
B. An increase in the quantity demanded of digital cameras.
C. A decrease in the demand for digital
241 Hendricks Hall
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
ECON 225-001 PRIN. OF MACROECONOMICS
Spring 2013 Syllabus
Class Time: 2:00pm -3:15pm, TR, January 28th May 10th, 2013
Location: 247 Hendricks Hall
Instructor: Dr. H
Student Name: ID number: 3 war
Exam 1 Econ 225 Principles of Macroeconomics Fall 2015
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