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According to the cost-push theory, what is responsible for inflation? a. Producers raise prices to meet increased costs. b. Demand for goods and services exceeds existing supply. c. Too much money is
in circulation. d. The economy is operating as though there was a war.
c. Too much money is in circulation.
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User: According to the cost-push theory, what is responsible for inflation? a. Producers raise prices to meet increased costs. b. Demand for goods and services exceeds existing supply. c. Too much money is in circulation. d. The economy is operating as though there was a war.

Weegy: c. Too much money is in circulation.
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Weegy: In economics and geography the dependency ratio is an age-population ratio of those typically not in the labor force (the dependent part) and those typically in the labor force (the productive part). [ It is used to measure the pressure on productive population. ]
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User: An example of expansionary fiscal policy would be a. cutting taxes. b. cutting government spending. c. cutting production of consumer goods. d. cutting prices of consumer goods.

Weegy: An example of expansionary fiscal policy would be: cutting taxes.
Expert answered|alfred123|Points 1961|

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