Question

How does a positive production shock effect the:

1) Saving and investment

2) Interest Rate

Answer #1

How does a positive production shock affect the a) the demand
and supply of labor b) ISLM model c) aggregate demand d) price e)
the demand and supply of money f) saving and investment g) interest
rate

How does a positive production shock effect the
a) the demand and supply of labor
b) ISLM model
c) Aggregate demand

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the level of GDP. We will call the effect of output on investment
(loosely) the “accelerator” effect. a. Compare the multipliers for
an adverse demand shock on Y with and without the accelerator
effect using (i) the algebraic solution for the multiplier and (ii)
IS and LM curves. b. Does the addition of the accelerator affect
the direct, positive or negative feedback effects? c. Also show how
the addition of...

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1. negative supply shock
2. negative demand shock
3.positive demand shock
4. positive supply shock
all of the following are nontraditional tools of monetary policy
except
1.Buying and selling of bonds thru open market operations
2.buying long term bonds to influence mortgage rates
3.guaranteeing loans by banks for private businesses
4.bailing out investment banks

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Assume that investment depends on both the interest rate and the
level of GDP. We will call the effect of output on investment
(loosely) the “accelerator” effect.
Compare the multipliers for an adverse demand shock on Y with
and without the accelerator effect using (i) the algebraic solution
for the multiplier and (ii) IS and LM curves.
Does the addition of the accelerator affect the direct, positive
or negative feedback effects?
Also show how the addition of the accelerator effect...

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import?

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