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Question: The Keynesian concern with investment has to do with its:  a) long-run impact on aggregate demand...

Show transcribed image text The Keynesian concern with investment has to do with its: a) long-run impact on aggregate demand. b) short-run impact on aggregate demand. c) long-run impact on aggregate supply. d) short-run impact on aggregate supply. e) long-run impact on capital formation. "Capital gains" refers to: a) increased investment. b) the result of increased investment. c) income received for selling an asset. d) income received for selling an asset, minus the amount that was spent to purchase it e) Reagan's 1981 business tax cuts. The Reagan Administration's 1982 investment tax changes were designed to: a) stimulate aggregate demand and reduce unemployment. b) stimulate aggregate demand and increase economic growth. c) stimulate aggregate supply and increase economic growth. d) decrease aggregate demand in order to reduce inflation. e) increase tax revenues to reduce the federal budget deficit. An increase in the interest rate will: a) have no effect on investment, since investment is assumed to be autonomous. b) increase investment, since it will be more profitable to hold stocks. c) increase investment, since people will be less willing to hold money. d) decrease corporate investment. The US. government's fiscal year covers from a) January through December b) April of one year through March of the next year c) June of one year through May of the next year d) September of one year through August of the next year e) October of one year through September of the next year All of the following are depository and thrift institutions except one. Which is the exception? a) Non money market mutual funds b) commercial banks c) savings and loan associations d) savings banks e) credit unions

The Keynesian concern with investment has to do with its: a) long-run impact on aggregate demand. b) short-run impact on aggregate demand. c) long-run impact on aggregate supply. d) short-run impact on aggregate supply. e) long-run impact on capital formation. "Capital gains" refers to: a) increased investment. b) the result of increased investment. c) income received for selling an asset. d) income received for selling an asset, minus the amount that was spent to purchase it e) Reagan's 1981 business tax cuts. The Reagan Administration's 1982 investment tax changes were designed to: a) stimulate aggregate demand and reduce unemployment. b) stimulate aggregate demand and increase economic growth. c) stimulate aggregate supply and increase economic growth. d) decrease aggregate demand in order to reduce inflation. e) increase tax revenues to reduce the federal budget deficit. An increase in the interest rate will: a) have no effect on investment, since investment is assumed to be autonomous. b) increase investment, since it will be more profitable to hold stocks. c) increase investment, since people will be less willing to hold money. d) decrease corporate investment. The US. government's fiscal year covers from a) January through December b) April of one year through March of the next year c) June of one year through May of the next year d) September of one year through August of the next year e) October of one year through September of the next year All of the following are depository and thrift institutions except one. Which is the exception? a) Non money market mutual funds b) commercial banks c) savings and loan associations d) savings banks e) credit unions