[ Economics ] Open Question : Assume the graph below depicts the market for loanable funds. Only label the demand curve by dragging and dropping a box.?
Also what would the upper red portion be?
[ Economics ] Open Question : Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of an unanswerable question?
It tends to adopt a tautological logic or theory It tends to be counter-factual It tends to adopt a false dichotomy It tends to be normative
isn’t disinflation just the opposite of inflation, which is deflation? What is the difference?
[ Economics ] Open Question : The utility derived from unfair and full insurance ____________________ utility derived from unfair and partial insurance.?
*is always greater than *is always inferior to *can be greater than, less than, or equal to the *not enough information to determine
With the assumption of risk-aversion and FAIR insurance, for a given probability of being sick and expected income, Answer choices: *utility with no insurance > utility from partial insurance > utility from full insurance *utility with no insurance > utility from partial insurance = utility form full insurance *utility with no insurance = utility from…
4) The multiplier effect: a) tells us nothing about how increases in investment spending affect GDP b) tells us that a change in investment spending changes equilibrium GDP by more than the change in investment c) works only for increases in investment d) is relevant only in situations where the marginal propensity to consume cannot…
1) International trade based on the concept of comparative advantage allows trading partners to be better off than if they did not trade. a) True b) False 2) Which of the following would cause the consumption function to shift downward? a) A decrease in taxes b) A decrease in interest rates c) Consumers become more…
[ Economics ] Open Question : If uncertainty exists and there is no insurance available, The risk-averse individual’s expected income will provide a utility level found?
*on the total utility curve *below the total utility curve *above the total utility curve *all of the above