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Q: The Keynesian framework argues that the government should play a key role in offsetting fluctuating spending by the business sector.
A: TRUE. The Keynesian framework argues that the government should play a key role in offsetting fluctuating spending by the business sector.
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User: The Keynesian framework argues that the government should play a key role in offsetting fluctuating spending by the business sector.

Weegy: TRUE. The Keynesian framework argues that the government should play a key role in offsetting fluctuating spending by the business sector.
andrewpallarca|Points 22283|

User: Unlike demand-side economics, supply-side economics a. advocates reduced government involvement in business. b. advocates increased government involvement in business. c. emphasizes increasing consumer purchasing power. d. urges higher taxes to increase spending on government programs.

Weegy: The answer is c. Unlike demand-side economics, supply-side economics emphasizes increasing consumer purchasing power.
Janet17|Points 1884|

User: Which of the following best describes Keynesian economics? a. Government spending and taxation policies used to stimulate the economy. b. Government policies that are used to control the money supply within the economy. c. Government spending and taxation that is used specifically for public works, such as education. d. Government policies that control the interest rate of loans to either encourage or discourage barrowing.

Weegy: The answer is B. Keynesian economics is best described as government policies that are used to control the money supply within the economy.
Janet17|Points 1884|

User: Growing up in a different era can affect how an economist views economic policy.

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