Economics 202

Persistent current account deficits in the United States
can be seen as a vote of confidence in the strength of the US economy
Which of the following explains the changes in the US adult male labor force participation rate over the period 1948-2008
younger men are remaining in school longer as compared to the past
All of the following would be considered a positive addition to household wealth except
a credit card balance
Which of the following is considered a negative supply shock
an unexpected decrease in the refining capacity for oil
An increase in real GDP can shift
money demand to the right and increase the equilibrium interest rate
The Federal Reserve plays a larger role than Congress and the president in stabilizing the economy because
the Federal Reserve can more quickly change the monetary policy than the president and the Congress can change fiscal policy