MacroEconomics 202 / Business

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Q1:

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Refer to Figure 18.3. With an import ban, domestic production is:

80.

100.

60.

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Q2:

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Refer to Figure 18.1. The terms of trade for Duckland is:

1 pair of sunglasses for 6/5 umbrellas.

1 pair of sunglasses for 2/3 umbrellas.

1 pair of sunglasses for 5/6 umbrellas.

1 pair of sunglasses for 3/2 umbrellas.

Q3:

Which of the following trade policies will prevent a foreign supplier to sell even one unit of the good in the domestic market?

Q4:

Which of the following benefits from a quota or VER?

Q5:

Suppose there are only 2 nations A and B, and only two goods, x and y. If nation A produces only x, it can make 16x per day. If nation A produces only y, it can make 4y per day. If nation B produces only x, it can make 20x per day. If nation B produces only y, it can make 4y per day. After trade begins, nation ________ will specialize in the production of x and nation ________ will specialize in the production of y.

Q6:

If the U.S. government imposes an import ban on German made cars, then:

Q7:

Refer to Table 18.1. The nation with a comparative advantage in bagpipes is:

Q8:

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Refer to Table 5.2. Suppose this economy produces only the three goods A, B, and C. If we use year 1 as the base year, then real GDP in year 2 is:

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Refer to Table 5.4. Assume that this economy produces only two goods: Good X and Good Y. If year 1 is the base year, the value for this economy’s GDP Deflator in year 3 is:

Q10:

The U.S. experienced a severe depression during:

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