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Q: 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.
A: The answer is c. Unlike demand-side economics, supply-side economics emphasizes increasing consumer purchasing power.
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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 2440|

User: Which of the following is an automatic stabilizer? a. Proportional tax rates c. Excise tax b. Unemployment insurance d. Property tax

Weegy: B. unemployment insurance is an automatic stabilizer.
bezeverhad|Points 82|

User: Multiplier is defined as: a. a change in overall spending caused by a change in investment spending. b. a fiscal policy tool that acts as an automatic stabilizer. c. a change in investment spending caused by a change in overall spending. d. a fiscal policy tool that helps regulate the money supply.

Weegy: Multiplier is defined as c. a change in investment spending caused by a change in overall spending.
FedelisMVP|Points 226|

User: The nation's monetary policy a. often comes under attack from politicians. b. almost always complements presidential and Congressional aims. c. is determined by the Council of Economic Advisers. d. is tightly managed by Congress.

Weegy: The nation's monetary policy a. often comes under attack from politicians
uxiali|Points 1590|

User: The Council of Economic Advisers a. is an independent agency with broad regulatory powers. b. determines the Fed's monetary policy. c. advises the president on economic developments and strategy. d. advises Congress on economic developments and strategy.

Weegy: The Council of Economic Advisers c. advises the president on economic developments and strategy.
indi|Points 266|

User: The United States relies most on which of the following policies? a. passive fiscal policies c. discretionary fiscal policies b. structural fiscal policies d. monetary policy

Weegy: The United States relies most on: d. monetary policy
alfred123|Points 2074|

User: All of the following describe economists EXCEPT a. economists have different backgrounds and experiences. b. economists are sharply divided into competing schools of thought with little overlap of ideas and beliefs. c. economists sometime seem to offer conflicting advice. d. economists are continually seeking new answers to new problems.

Weegy: b. economists are sharply divided into competing schools of thought with little overlap of ideas and beliefs.
may100|Points 2508|

User: Which is the best description of the role of the Council of Economic Advisers? a. report economic developments and propose strategies b. carry out monetary policy c. implement presidential economic policies d. keep the public informed about economic issues

Weegy: a. report economic developments and propose strategies best description of the role of the Council of Economic Advisers.
chinggay_0118|Points 831|

User: Which of the following best describes recognition lag? a. The time it takes to implement a policy once a problem has been identified. b. The time between the beginning of an economic event, such as a recession, and when it has been realized by economists. c. The idea that recessions are short, so by the time a policy is created the recession has ended. d. The time between when a person becomes unemployed and when their unemployment insurance begins.

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