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Why is the inside lag for monetary policy shorter than for fiscal policy? A. Congress and the President can act quickly to change monetary policy. B. The Federal Open Market Committee must get Congressional approval. C. It can take a long time for new government spending to take effect. D. The Federal Open Market Committee can act almost immediately.
Weegy: Inside lage is shorter than fiscal policy because C. It can take a long time for new government spending to take effect User: Which of these is an example of inside lag in monetary policy? A. Congress debates funding new highways. B. Banks hold more reserves than they are required. C. The Fed lowers interest rates several months into a recession. D. Corporations expand years after the Fed lowers interest rates. Weegy: The Fed lowers interest rates several months into a recession is an example of inside lag in monetary policy. (More)
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Which goods would be included in the calculation of GDP? A. toys made in China at a factory owned by a U.S. company B. cars made in Tennessee at a factory owned by a Japanese car company C. plastic made in Kentucky and sold to a toy maker in Ohio D. cotton cloth made in India and sold to clothes makers in the United States
Weegy: Which goods would be included in the calculation of GDP? B. cars made in Tennessee at a factory owned by a Japanese car company User: Which of the following is considered a cause of inflation? A. Wages go down. B. Producers raise prices to meet higher costs. C. There is not enough money in the economy. D. Demand is less than supply. Weegy: Producers raise prices to meet higher costs is considered a cause of inflation. (More)
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Income not used for consumption is: A. savings B. spending C. donations D. none of the above
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Income not used for consumption is savings.
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The Federal Reserve System is overseen by the seven-member: A. Vice-President B. The Central Bank C. Board of Governors D. Congress
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The Federal Reserve System is overseen by a seven member Board of Governors.
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