International Financial Transactions
A. Foreign exchange markets (or currency markets) enable international transactions to take
place by providing markets for the exchange of national currencies.
B. An American export transaction is explained below.
MICROECONOMICS CONCEPT REVIEW
1. Budget lines
Suppose you won $15 on a lotto ticket at the local 7-Eleven and decided to spend all the winnings on
candy bars and bags of peanuts. The price of candy bars is $.75 and the price of peanuts is $1.50.
1. The National Income and Product Accounts (NIPA) help economists and policymakers to:
A. determine which firms are likely to succeed or fail.
B. follow the long-run course of the economy to determine whether it has grown or stagnated.
C. measure what is
1. Macroeconomics is mostly focused on:
A. the individual markets within an economy.
B. only the largest industries in the economy.
C. the economy as a whole.
D. why specific businesses fail.
2. The two topics of primary concern in macroeconomics are:
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Recurring upswings and downswings in an economy's real GDP over time are called:
B. business cycles.
C. output yo-yos.
D. total product oscillations.
2. In the United States, business cycles have occurred agains
1. International transactions fall into what two broad categories?
A. Manufacturing trade and services trade.
B. International trade and international asset transactions.
C. Currency transactions and services trade.
D. Newly created assets and preexisting
1. Economic growth is best defined as an increase in:
A. either real GDP or real GDP per capita.
B. nominal GDP.
C. total consumption expenditures.
D. wealth in the economy.
2. Real GDP per capita is found by:
A. adding real GDP and popula
Introduction: This chapter looks at trends of real GDP growth and the macroeconomic
problems of the business cycle, unemployment and inflation.
Learning objectives After reading this chapter, students should be able to:
A. Describe the business cycle a
Statistics used by economists to assess the development and health of an economy:
1. Gross Domestic Product: Total dollar value of all goods and services produced within the
borders of a country during a specific period of time.
2. Unemployment: The state
ANSWERS TO END-OF-CHAPTER QUESTIONS
Quantitatively, how important is international trade to the United States relative to other
nations? What country is the United States most important trading
Student : Ivy Pan ()
Master of International Business Administration
The Second Assignment
CHAPTER 3 : Probability
Exercises for Section 3.3
Each month a brokerage house studies various companies and rates each companys stock
(Key Question) Graph the accompanying demand data, and then use the midpoint
formula for Ed to determine price elasticity of demand for each of the four possible $1
price changes. What can you conclude about the relationship between the slope of a
(Key Question) The following are production possibilities tables for China and the
United States. Assume that before specialization and trade the optimal product-mix for
China is alternative B and for the United States alternative U.
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