Economics second test review
#1. What is positive externality? - When an under allocation (not enough produced) of resources provides a benefit spillover to a third party or parties. (education, healthcare, flu shot #2. What...
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Macroeconomics Test 2
#1. The Multiplier Effect - Represented by k, is the phenomenon whereby each additional $1 that enters an economy creates more than $1 in income. The larger the z (marginal propensity to spend), ...
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economics third test review
#1. What is the basic definition of inflation? - General rise in the price level #2. What does a "market basket" refer to? - a standard set of goods and services commonly purchased by consumers us...
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economics fourth test review
#1. what is expansionary fiscal policy? - when the government expands the money supply in the economy. It uses budgetary tools to either increase spending or cut taxes #2. what does a budget defici...
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Into to Economics
These are notecards for chapters 1-4 for the economics textbook.
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Chapter 10: Business Cycles
#1. business cycles - short term fluctuations in economic activity #2. expansion - a period in which the economy is growing at a rate significantly above normal #3. boom - an extreme expansion #4...
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#1. Interest - The price paid for the use of money. #2. Transactions demand for money #3. Asset Demand for Money #4. Open-Market Operations #5. Reserve Ration
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