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Q: The difference between fiscal policy and supply side economics is: a. fiscal policy focuses on government expenditures while supply side economics focuses on business investment
expenditures. c. fiscal policy would affect aggregate supply, whereas, supply side economics would affect aggregate demand. b. fiscal policy stimulates output and lowers unemployment by stimulating aggregate demand, whereas, supply side economics would use policies designed to stimulate production. d. none of the above.
A: The answer is: fiscal policy would affect aggregate supply, whereas, supply side economics would affect aggregate demand.
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User: The difference between fiscal policy and supply side economics is: a. fiscal policy focuses on government expenditures while supply side economics focuses on business investment expenditures. c. fiscal policy would affect aggregate supply, whereas, supply side economics would affect aggregate demand. b. fiscal policy stimulates output and lowers unemployment by stimulating aggregate demand, whereas, supply side economics would use policies designed to stimulate production. d. none of the above.

Weegy: The answer is: fiscal policy would affect aggregate supply, whereas, supply side economics would affect aggregate demand.
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User: Which of the following explains why discretionary fiscal policy is declining? a. Our government has recently taken a more laissez faire approach. c. Automatic stabilizers do not work. b. The multiplier effect is too unstable. d. Implementation lag.

Weegy: The answer would be letter D. Implementation lag.
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User: Economic instability has high economic and social costs.

User: Some people believe that a weak economy will result in a. a higher crime rate. c. higher taxes. b. increased production. d. expansion of municipal services.

User: Fiscal policies are designed to affect the aggregate demand curve through federal spending and taxing decisions.

User: Automatic stabilizers are critical to the success of supply-side policies.

User: Aggregate demand will increase a. if the dollar declines in value. b. when productivity is low. c. if consumers save more and spend less. d. if consumers save less and spend more.

User: ose who favor supply-side policies would tend to support the government playing a. an expanded role in the economy. c. a role only in the nation’s stock exchange. b. a reduced role in the economy. d. a role in monetary policies only.

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