Unit 2 problem set 1
6-8. To raise funds aimed at providing more support for public schools, a state government has
just imposed a unit excise tax equal to $4 for each monthly unit of wireless phone services sold
by each company operating in the
Unit 9 problem set
17-10.Both the traditional Keynesian theory discussed in Chapter 11 and the new Keynesian
theory considered in this chapter indicate that the short-run aggregate supply curve is horizontal.
In terms of their short-run implic
Unit 1 Assignment 1
The county I am choosing to research is Belgium. Belguim has a federal
parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarchy. A federal parliamentary democracy is
where a country is divided into regions which retain
Unit 8 Problem Set 1
1. Suppose that the FOMC issues a new Directive to the Trading Desk at the Federal
Reserve Bank of New York specifying a new federal funds rate target of 2.25 percent.
What policy action should the Trading Desk implement to c
unit 7 problem set 1
1. Can you reconcile the current locations of Fed districts and banks with this fact?
a. I dont think that you can reconcile the current locations due to the different
economies in each state or region. The current regions ar
Unit 4 Problem Set 2
1. Significant productivity improvements occur, and the quantity of money in circulation
a. E to B
2. No new capital investment takes place, and a fraction of the existing capital stock
depreciates and becomes unus
Unit 2 Assignment 1
1. What factors affect the fuel efficiency of cars?
a. Aside from the specifications a manufacturer has built the vehicle around, other
factors that can affect the fuel efficiency are the way you drive and the vehicles
Unit 5 Problem Set 1
1. What are two factors that can cause the nations real GDP to increase in the short run?
a. Short run: If interest rates fall then in the short run you MAY see an increase in
GDP as companies take advantage of lower financin
Unit 4 Problem Set 1
1. Discuss the implications of Brazils literacy and reading rates for its growth prospects in
light of the key tenets of new growth theory.
a. At that time (in the late 1980s), was Brazil, where rapid growth went hand in hand
Unit 2 Problem Set 2
What would happen to the number of students enrolled at charter schools if states would
allow more charter schools to open and to charge fees?
The education offered may not be as valued because the selection process would be