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Suppose the economists observe that an increase in government spending of $10 billion raises the total demand for goods and services by $30 billion.

Suppose the economists observe that an increase in government spending of $10 billion raises the total demand for goods and services by $30 billion.
a. If these economists ignore the possibility of crowding out, what would they estimate the marginal propensity to consume (MPC) to be?
b. Now suppose the economist allow for crowding out. Would their new estimate of MPC be larger or smaller than their initial one?
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