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Test NameLecturer Economics 
SubjectEconomics Test 44
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

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Lecturer Economics Online Test No. 44

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If twenty cents out of each additional dollar of income is saved then the simple expenditure multiplier is:

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If G increases by $100 billion how much should T the increased if the government wants Y to increase by $100 billion and the MPC is 0.9?

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An increase in current income would cause the:

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Aggregate expenditures would rise due to an increase in all of the following except:

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The 45-degreee line in the income/expenditure model shows points at which:

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In general crowding out causes the effect of an increase in government expenditures on output to:

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If I and G increases by $10 billion, desired aggregate expenditure will increase by:

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In a depression economy along a horizontal aggregate supply curve:

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An increase in the foreign price level with the nominal exchange rate unchanged causes imports and exports to:

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The aggregate expenditure curve:

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The tax multiplier is described by all of the following except:

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If the marginal prosperity to consume is 0.75 then holding interest rates constant, a $1 billion increase in taxes will cause the Keynesian-equilibrium level of output to:

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In the economic slowdown in the early 1990s business activity was reduced while:

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When taxes are introduced into the income/expenditure model the:

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Which of the following is an increase in autonomous expenditures?

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If real GDP is $80 billion below full employment, how much should government spending be increased to restore full employment if the MPC is 0.75?

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According to the autonomous expenditure multiplier in the income/expenditure model, an increase in government spending increases output by:

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The correct definition of desired aggregate expenditure with a government sector is given by:

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If investment increases then the equilibrium amount of saving:

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If the MPS equals 0.25 then the value of the expenditure multiplier is:

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One effect of crowding out caused by higher government spending would be to:

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The assumption made about desired government expenditure in the basic Keynesian model is the:

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If the money supply is constant, then as the price level falls:

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The aggregate demand curve to the Keynesian model is:

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If government taxes rise by $200 and the MPS is 0.25 what is the predicted impact on desired aggregate expenditure?

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