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Economics U$A: 21st Century Edition

Stabilization Policy Quiz

The Keynesian view of economics gained great popularity during the 1930s, MAINLY because:

During the late 1960s, the monetarists gained some ground over the Keynesians. This was probably due MAINLY to the fact that:

Professor E. Z. Clarity, in discussing the causes of the Great Depression with her economics students, made this statement: “After all, you have to realize that investment declined by about 90% during this period. The result was an incredible decrease in aggregate demand—with nothing to make up for that loss in demand.” The perspective that Professor Clarity presents here MAINLY reflects the view endorsed by the:

Which of the following is probably the MOST PERSUASIVE argument in favor of a fixed-rate-of-growth rule to govern the money supply? The fixed-rate rule would:

Which of the following statements would a rational expectationist MOST LIKELY agree with? The main cause of excess unemployment is:

A supply-side economist would probably favor which of the following?

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