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Show transcribed image text When state exports and attempt " stimulus" during the downward portion of the business cycle they are to. a. balance the budget by cutting spending and reducing taxes b. run deficits by increasing government spending and increasing taxes c. run deficits by increasing government spending and reducing taxes. When central bankers attempt "monetary stimulus" during the downward position of the business cycle in order to encourage investment through bank loans, they. a. Decrease money supply and attempt to raise increase rates b. Increase the money supply and attempts to lower interest rates c. Decrease the money supply and attempt to raise interest rates "Keynesians" tend to prefer _____. While "Hayckians" tend to prefer _____. a. less government intervention into the market, more government discretionary power b. creative destruction, stability c. plans by the few, plans by the many The International Fisher Effects can help explain the relationships between a. Management, labor, regulators and the rate of profit b. Government deficit spending and the extent of crowding-out in the loanable funds market c. Monetary policy, investment and the business cycle d. Nominal and real rates of return, exchange rates and international capital flows in the ForEx market Regulators are theory describes how, a. Regulatory are well-educated experts their field therefore know more than market participants themselves b. Regulators are "captured" by those they regulate because regulators are dependent upon those they regulate for information c. Government regulatory agencies have more coercive power than those they regulate so they are able to 'capture' those they regulate in order to protect the consumer from abuse by fraud As discussed in class "super profits" represent a transfer of surplus, a. From producers (most everyone) to consumers (special interest groups) b. From consumers (most everyone) to producers (special interest groups) c. From the taxpayer to the state The "international war on drugs" (and most prohibition) creates, a. Super profits, corruption and violence as those suppliers not in jail fight over these profits b. Competition to create better, safer products c. Smaller prison populations for victimless crime The Hayekian "knowledge problem" relates to, a. The difficulties faced by regulators with paternalistic motives b. The social crisis which occurs when the state interferes the local and decentralized price signal c. Exacerbated business cycles which occur when the monetary authorities manipulate the interest rate d. All of the above can be related to the "knowledge problem"

When state exports and attempt " stimulus" during the downward portion of the business cycle they are to. a. balance the budget by cutting spending and reducing taxes b. run deficits by increasing government spending and increasing taxes c. run deficits by increasing government spending and reducing taxes. When central bankers attempt "monetary stimulus" during the downward position of the business cycle in order to encourage investment through bank loans, they. a. Decrease money supply and attempt to raise increase rates b. Increase the money supply and attempts to lower interest rates c. Decrease the money supply and attempt to raise interest rates "Keynesians" tend to prefer _____. While "Hayckians" tend to prefer _____. a. less government intervention into the market, more government discretionary power b. creative destruction, stability c. plans by the few, plans by the many The International Fisher Effects can help explain the relationships between a. Management, labor, regulators and the rate of profit b. Government deficit spending and the extent of crowding-out in the loanable funds market c. Monetary policy, investment and the business cycle d. Nominal and real rates of return, exchange rates and international capital flows in the ForEx market Regulators are theory describes how, a. Regulatory are well-educated experts their field therefore know more than market participants themselves b. Regulators are "captured" by those they regulate because regulators are dependent upon those they regulate for information c. Government regulatory agencies have more coercive power than those they regulate so they are able to 'capture' those they regulate in order to protect the consumer from abuse by fraud As discussed in class "super profits" represent a transfer of surplus, a. From producers (most everyone) to consumers (special interest groups) b. From consumers (most everyone) to producers (special interest groups) c. From the taxpayer to the state The "international war on drugs" (and most prohibition) creates, a. Super profits, corruption and violence as those suppliers not in jail fight over these profits b. Competition to create better, safer products c. Smaller prison populations for victimless crime The Hayekian "knowledge problem" relates to, a. The difficulties faced by regulators with paternalistic motives b. The social crisis which occurs when the state interferes the local and decentralized price signal c. Exacerbated business cycles which occur when the monetary authorities manipulate the interest rate d. All of the above can be related to the "knowledge problem"