Recent questions in Introduction to Macroeconomics

Introduction to Macroeconomics
eversley-eve
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Increases in tax rates can be described as an aggregate demand shock a) ultimately the effect of such a shock must be neutral because all the money ...
eversley-eve
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Disposable income is 80 per cent of national income, the marginal propensity to consume (out of the disposable income) is 0.75, and imports are 27 per...
tyson-mandela
Introduction to micro-economics
++Introduction to micro-economics++ ​ What is the margical rate of substitution? Show that the indifference curve has a negative slope (using dia...
eversley-eve
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Increases in tax rates can be described as an aggregate demand shock a) ultimately the effect of such a shock must be neutral because all the money ...
eversley-eve
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Disposable income is 80 per cent of national income, the marginal propensity to consume (out of the disposable income) is 0.75, and imports are 27 per...
rehana-ali
If one Trinidad and Tobago dollar initially buys J$9.00
If one Trinidad and Tobago dollar initially buys J$9.00, which of the following represents a subsequent depreciation of the TT$? ​ a) TT$1 = J$8.4...
rehana-ali
Which of the following appear in the current account?
Which of the following appear in the current account? a) financial derivatives b) portfolio investment c) goods d) reserve assets
1-6 of 9
tyson-mandela
Introduction to micro-economics
++Introduction to micro-economics++ ​ What is the margical rate of substitution? Show that the indifference curve has a negative slope (using dia...
eversley-eve
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Increases in tax rates can be described as an aggregate demand shock a) ultimately the effect of such a shock must be neutral because all the money ...
eversley-eve
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Disposable income is 80 per cent of national income, the marginal propensity to consume (out of the disposable income) is 0.75, and imports are 27 per...
rehana-ali
Which of the following appear in the current account?
Which of the following appear in the current account? a) financial derivatives b) portfolio investment c) goods d) reserve assets
rehana-ali
If one Trinidad and Tobago dollar initially buys J$9.00
If one Trinidad and Tobago dollar initially buys J$9.00, which of the following represents a subsequent depreciation of the TT$? ​ a) TT$1 = J$8.4...
1-6 of 9