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8. The paradox of thrift In response to an increase in national thriftiness, the Keynesian cross model predicts ? in national income and ?

8. The paradox of thrift

In response to an increase in national thriftiness, the Keynesian cross model predicts  ?    in national income and  ?    in national saving. By contrast, the loanable funds market model predicts  ?    in investment and economic growth as a result of an increase in national thriftiness.

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