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Last reply by: Professor Jibin Park
Sun May 8, 2016 2:17 PM

Post by Amrit Waraich on May 8 at 09:41:49 AM

Can you please tell me where I can find the questions?

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Sun May 8, 2016 2:22 PM

Post by Shihao Huang on April 18 at 09:55:43 PM

For question #59, I don't understand why the answer is D. Isn't an increase in money supply will decrease interest rate, and therefore there will be an increase in aggregate demand? Can you explain more about the answer?

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Sun Sep 6, 2015 12:35 AM

Post by Jim Tang on September 5, 2015

Wait professor, in some other lecture, you wrote down

Expansionary Fiscal
Lower discount rate
Lower federal funds rate
Lower RRR

Expansionary Monetary
Lower taxes
Increase GS
Increase gov transfer payments

I think I have it mixed up, can you clarify?

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Thu Sep 3, 2015 12:49 AM

Post by Jim Tang on August 31, 2015

FINISHED TY SO MUCH PROFESSOR

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Post by Jim Tang on August 31, 2015

For #53, why would you not want to decrease taxes in a deficit. Wouldn't you use expansionary monetary policy?

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Post by Jim Tang on August 31, 2015

For #26,

I don't understand how (A) reinforces Congress' fiscal policy? It appears to me that both in (A) are monetary.

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Post by Jim Tang on August 31, 2015

For #26,

"increase the money supply" -- expansionary monetary
"government spending is increased" -- expansionary monetary
"increase interest rates" -- contractionary fiscal

Correct? I think I might have been lost when you went through the choices.

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Post by Jim Tang on August 30, 2015

For #9, it would be the same if we did 100=.2x so bank has $500 supply?

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Mon Aug 31, 2015 3:27 AM

Post by Jim Tang on August 30, 2015

Keynesian model basically says that we should let things play out by themselves right?

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Sun Aug 30, 2015 10:49 PM

Post by Jim Tang on August 30, 2015

For #5, did you mean to write the spending multiplier was 1/(1-MPC) as opposed to 1/MPC?

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Sat May 16, 2015 10:54 AM

Post by Kim Gyu Min on May 16, 2015

Thank you so much Professor.. the Ap test was relatively more easy than your questions and FRQ. Thanks

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Post by Aram Ayrapetyan on May 7, 2014

I actually learned a lot from this. Thank you Professor!

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Sun May 4, 2014 3:11 PM

Post by Stanley Laka on May 4, 2014

Please provide the link to the questions

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Wed Apr 23, 2014 11:50 PM

Post by Christina Gurdzhyan on April 23, 2014

This lecture was really helpful. Thank you, Professor Park!

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