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ECO 372 Week 1 Individual Assignment Macroeconomic Terms ECO 372 Week 1 Individual Assignment Economic Definitions Worksheet (New)
ECO 372 Week 1 Knowledge Check
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ECO 372 Week 2 knowledge Check
ECO 372 week 2 Team Weekly Reflection Economic Forecasting Paper (2 Papers)
ECO 372 Week 2 Discussion Question 1
ECO 372 Week 2 Group Discussion Question
ECO 372 Week 2 Individual Assignment Product Purchases and the Economy
ECO 372 Week 3 Discussion Question 1
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 An analysis of economic reality that proceeds from the parts to the whole.  The study of pricing policies of firms and the purchasing decisions of households.  The study of individual choice and how that choice is influenced by economic forces. 4. Which of the following types of unemployment is considered to be the most controllable through demand-side macroeconomic policy?  Frictional unemployment  Cyclical unemployment  Structural unemployment  Natural unemployment 5. If banks hold excess reserves whereas before they did not, the money multiplier:  Will become smaller  Will become larger  Might increase or might decrease  Will be unaffected 6. Using the expenditure approach, gross domestic product equals:  The sum of consumption, investment, government purchases, and net exports  Gross national product minus net exports  The sum of consumption, investment, and government purchases  Gross national product 7. How do investment in technology and investment in capital differ?  They have similar effects on output so they have no important differences from an economic point of view.  They have the same effects on output but investments in technology are much more closely tied to the level of saving than investments in capital.  They have different effects on output because of the positive externalities associated with investments in capital.  They have different effects on output because of the positive externalities associate

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