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    Diffrence between Real and Nominal GDP is:  

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    All of the following will likely trigger increases in output except:

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    An economy that interacts with other economies is known as

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    In the long run, inflation is caused by

Money and prices in the long run

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    Which of the following is not a function of money

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What is GDP equal to in closed economy?
A closed economy (and there are extremely few) means complete self-sufficiency. A closed economy means there is no trade activity with outside economies, no exports, no imports. The remote unvisited tribe in unexplored Brazil is an example. Brazil i
What one should see while comparing nations economic position with other?
The correct answer to this question is B, per capita GDP. It is used to compare countries economic output to one another. It compares this by its residents. It divides the economic output by the country's population. Per capita GDP, which stands for
What is the basic proposition of the law of demand?
The most basic proposition of the law of demand is that as the price of a good rises, a lower quantity is demanded. This is because the law of demand is part of the supply and demand curve - that funky graph that you see with one line going up, one g
What can be concluded if the demand curve for product B shifts to the right as the price of product A declines?
If the price of product A drops and the demand curve of product B shifts right, then it can easily be concluded that products A and B are complementary products. When a curve shifts right, then there is less demand for it when another product is at
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