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Quiz 12 :
Fiscal Policy, Incentives, and Secondary Effects

Quiz 12 :
Fiscal Policy, Incentives, and Secondary Effects

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The crowding-out effect suggests that
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The new classical model implies that substitution of debt for tax financing
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If a fiscal policy change is going to exert a stabilizing impact on the economy, it must
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A

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Keynesians and non-Keynesians would largely agree on which one of the following statements?
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The persistence of budget deficits during the last several decades is not surprising because politicians will find
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Other things being constant, countries with higher rates of saving
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The supply-side effects of a reduction in taxes are the result of
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Between 1986 and 2010, the top marginal personal income tax rate was 40 percent or less compared to 70 percent or more prior to 1981. Compared to the earlier time period, in recent years the share of personal income taxes paid by high income taxpayers
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The tax reductions, increases in defense expenditures, and budget deficits of the 1980s are characteristic of
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Which of the following would be most likely to maintain that spending increases and larger budget deficits would help promote recovery from the recession of 2008-2009?
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According to the crowding-out effect, expansionary fiscal policy will lead to
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The crowding-out effect stresses that increased government borrowing to cover a budget deficit will cause
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If the government ran a major budget deficit, and there was no noticeable effect on the level of GDP, this could be taken as evidence of
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Which of the following tends to make the size of a shift in aggregate demand resulting from a tax change smaller than would otherwise be the case?
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Crowding out refers to the situation in which
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The crowding-out effect implies that a
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The crowding-out effect suggests that
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The crowding-out effect stresses that
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The crowding-out effect indicates that budget deficits
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The crowding-out effect implies that restrictive fiscal policy will
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