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7) An increase in the price level will
A) shift the aggregate demand curve to the left.
B) shift the aggregate demand curve to the right.
C) move the economy up along the aggregate demand curve.
D) move the economy down along the aggregate demand curve.
8) Expansionary monetary policy involves
A) reducing money supply and lowering taxes
B) increasing money supply to decrease interest rate
C) increasing government spending and cutting money supply
D) increasing the interest rate and increasing taxes
9) Long-run macroeconomic equilibrium occurs when
A) aggregate demand equals short-run aggregate supply.
B) structural and frictional unemployment equals zero.
C) output is at potential GDP.
D) aggregate demand equals short-run aggregate supply and they intersect at a point on the long-run
10) If the economy is growing beyond potential real GDP, which of the following would be an
appropriate monetary policy to bring the economy back to long-run aggregate supply? A decrease in
A) oil prices.
B) discount rate.
C) the money supply and a decrease in interest rates.
Q7) option C)
Since price level changes, so no shifting of AD happens
Only movement along AD curve
As P rises, we move upwards along AD , bcoz Q falls, & AD slopes downwards
8) option B)
Expansionary Monetary policy occurs, when Money supply rises,
So Money Demand curve unchanged, Ms curve shifts to right , interest rate falls
9) option D)
in Long run eqm , Current gdp = potential gdp
So AD cuts SRAS , at LRAS Curve
10) option C)
As Current Output level above potential level, so follow contractionary monetray policy
So decrease Money supply, that leads to rise in interest rates ,so Investment Spending falls
Or decrease in discount rate
An increase in the price level will A) shift the aggregate demand curve to the left.
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