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what is fiscalpolicy
nati Reply
The way of the government expenses and other analysis
Zubairu
and politics party important
mujtaba Reply
politics party important
mujtaba
Which party is that
Zubairu
persons who stopped searching for jobs but would accept if the opportunity presents itself
Torissa Reply
persons who are unemployed whether they are underage, retired or incapacitated
Torissa
what is the impact of fiscal policy in the short and long run in the AD/AS model...
Hydrammeh Reply
What is demand
Mohd Reply
what is the impact of the higher tax rate on the business and the economy at large..?
Hydrammeh Reply
aggregate demand decreases and GDP decreases in the long run prices will decrease because aggregate supply will shift to the right and increase
Murabit
Thanks, Murabit
Hydrammeh
But still I will need more explanation
Hydrammeh
no problem tax rate is a form of fiscal policy so any time the government changes spending or taxes it will directly affect the economy
Murabit
but remember that there at different economic views on fiscal policy there is classical,Keynesian and moneterism
Murabit
if taxes increase aggregate demand decreases causing a fall in prices causing a fall in the money demand lowering interest rate and increasing investment spending in turn increasing prices
Murabit
thanks so much Murabit
Hydrammeh
what are the policy recommendations for impact of government borrowing?
Baisiro Reply
how can I get Utility notes here
Tabea Reply
I also want to know
konglan
money and money supply
Yogesh Reply
money is anything that is generally accepted as payment of goods and services or that is accepted in settlement of debt.
Rakgadi
Money supply?
Rakgadi
Money supply is the total value of monetary assets available in an economy at a specific time.
Rakgadi
supply of money:- The total quantity of money in an economy at a point of time......
Ittoo
What is the difference between monetary economy and barter economy?
Rakgadi
monetary economy is simply an economy where money acts as a medium of exchange and barter economy is why where goods acts as a medium of exchange
Ittoo
Thank you Ittoo.
Rakgadi
please cut why.....in last ans
Ittoo
and no need of thanks dear
Ittoo
Don't damend work in inflation
Mishael Reply
conceptand variable of macro economics
Bittu Reply
Hi
Jafta
hi
Prashant
hello
hello
George
macro economics is the study of general factors in an economy.
George
what is fiscal policy?
talukder
fiscal policy refers to the use of government spending,taxation and borrowing to affect economic activity ,monetary policy on the other hand, entails the manipulation of interest rates.
Rakgadi
A lots of thanks
talukder
you are welcome
Rakgadi
Very informative talukder
Jafta
yes Jafta
talukder
So scarcity will always be a problem, is something that can't be solved due to specialization of labor and choice?
Jafta
yes right Jafta
talukder
good definition Jata♥♥
talukder
how are you all
Nurul
well
Asma
good
talukder
Kindly explain or give example of Voluntary unemployment.
Rakgadi
when unemployment doesn't choose a accept job at wage of rate
talukder
Thanks Talukder
Rakgadi
hi
kura
macroeconomics is not too hard
Omar
wow Omar, ur so helpful lol🤣
Alex
good ho every one
Fahad
what's up guys■■
Fahad
I want someone to tell me everything about the inflation and and hyber inflation is plz
Lolla
hi someone to explain to mi notes ov money and banking
prossie
yes
Manjil
dia explain to me notes of money and banking
prossie
dot US Army higher South Korean citizen for the US base South Korea and pay them 50000 as a result
farzana Reply
What is production possibility frontier
adewale Reply
Production possibility frontier is a curve depicting all maximum output possibilities for two goods, given a set of inputs consisting of resources and other factors. The production possibility curve is frontir that all inputs are used efficiently.
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what are some examples of a monetary policy?
Viccey Reply
expansionary policy contractionary policy
Steve
what is scarcity
van Reply
scarcity is like having so much of goods and services to access and you want them
Steve
Yes
Saraswati
how to calculate GDP
Steve
Gdp =c+I +nx +G
Saraswati
GDP=rent+interest+wages and salaries+profit
adu
what are the assumptions of the marginal utility theory ?
Diann
GDPfc=GDI+stock dep-stock app+- residual errors
Diann

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