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Question: The time it takes for a policy to register its full impact on the economy is known as the:  a) ac...

Show transcribed image text The time it takes for a policy to register its full impact on the economy is known as the: a) activity lag. b) decision making lag. c) effectiveness lag. d) implementation lag. e) recognition lag. Interest payments on the national debt: a) do not add to the current budget deficit. b) cannot affect future debt. c) have increased with each budget deficit. d) have decreased since 1960. e) have remained constant since WWIL. Monetarists attribute most GDP fluctuations to: a) unstable investment spending. b) unstable consumption spending. c) unstable money demand. d) unstable money supply. e) rational expectations on the part of individuals. The relationship between the interest rate and the quantity of money demanded a) is a direct relationship b) is an inverse relationship c) is nonexistent d) is a direct relationship when the interest rate is low and an inverse relationship when the interest rate is high e) is an inverse relationship when the interest rate

The time it takes for a policy to register its full impact on the economy is known as the: a) activity lag. b) decision making lag. c) effectiveness lag. d) implementation lag. e) recognition lag. Interest payments on the national debt: a) do not add to the current budget deficit. b) cannot affect future debt. c) have increased with each budget deficit. d) have decreased since 1960. e) have remained constant since WWIL. Monetarists attribute most GDP fluctuations to: a) unstable investment spending. b) unstable consumption spending. c) unstable money demand. d) unstable money supply. e) rational expectations on the part of individuals. The relationship between the interest rate and the quantity of money demanded a) is a direct relationship b) is an inverse relationship c) is nonexistent d) is a direct relationship when the interest rate is low and an inverse relationship when the interest rate is high e) is an inverse relationship when the interest rate