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econ questions

  1. Consider two statements based on analysis of a proposed increase tax on wages:
    I. An increased tax on wages will reduce the number of hours worked and reduce the take-home income of workers.
    II. An increased tax on wages should not be implemented because it will harm both firms and workers.

    Statement I and II are both examples of positive economics.

    Statement I and II are both examples of normative economics.

    Statement I is an example of positive economics; statement II is an example of normative economics.

    Statement I is an example of normative economics; statement II is an example of positive economics.

1 points

Question 4

  1. Economics _______ limitations. Most ethical considerations are _______ of economic theory.

    has; left out

    has; not left out

    does not have; left out

    does not have; not left out

1 points

Question 5

  1. Many objections exist to standard economic reasoning. Economics either ignores or inadequately treats all of the following, EXCEPT:

    problem of exploitation.

    private market goods.

    cultural goods.

    poverty and inequality.

1 points

Question 6

  1. Suppose someone is arguing against a particular market transaction by claiming that it exploits individuals. It may be reasonable to ban this market transaction if it can be established that the people involved _______ rationally or that they __________ all of the risks involved.

    are acting; understand

    are acting; do not understand

    are not acting; understand

    are not acting; do not understand

1 points

Question 7

  1. Billy is said to have meddlesome preferences if:

    he has preferences over other people

Answer: Option 2

18. [Related to the Making Connection] The Making the Connection explains that there are both positive and normative elements to the debate over whether medical schools should charge tuition and whether hospitals should continue to pay residents who pursue primart care but not residents who specialize

Which of the following economic statistsics would be the most useful in evaluating the positive elements in this debate?

A. Poverty rates by geographic region.

B. Medical school tuition rates, applications, and enrollments.

C. Age distribution characterists of the population by geographic region

D. Physician incomes by specialty and geographic region.

E. All of the Above

Assuming that these statistics are available or could be gathered, are they likely to resolve the normative issues in this debate?

A. Yes, the quantative analysis of hard economic data leaves no unsettled questions. Subjective considerations cannot override objective analysis.

B. No, because normative issues involve value judgements that incorporate an individuals full range of experiences, beliefs, and emotions.

22. The economy of East Paragon has been experiencing deflation for the last few months, with prices of goods and services declining. Because firms are charging lower prices, they expected higher sales. However, consumption spending did not increase much, resulting in substantial losses for these firms.

Which of the following, if true, explains why consumers did not increase consumption in spite of falling prices?

A. Most people were expecting prices to decline further.

B. The rate of unemployment in thise country is lower that most other developing countries.

C. The interest rate offered on bank deposits is low.

D. The government lowered taxes on corporate profits earlier this year.

E. The government recently accounced plans to withdraw subsidies on petroleum products.

Answer: a

Statement 1: Raising the minimum wage will lead to a surplus of workers in the labor market. Statement 2: Rent controls lead to shortages in the housing market.
A) Statement (1) is a normative economic statement; statement (2) is a positive economic statement.
B) Both statements (1) and (2) are normative economic statements.
C) Both statements (1) and (2) are positive economic statements.
D) Statement (1) is a positive economic statement; statement (2) is a normative economic statement.

Not sure.

Which statement is TRUE about scarcity?
A) Scarcity is no longer an economic problem in the U.S. because it is a rich country.
B) None of the answers given is true of scarcity.
C) If we all had more money, there would be no scarcity.
D) The economic problem is limited to finding a solution for poverty.

Is it B?

Statement 1: Germany decides to tax U.S. wine coming into its country. As a result, German producers of wine are able to charge higher prices for their German-made wine. Statement 2: This tax is an example of a tariff.
A) Statement (1) is true; statement (2) is false.
B) Both statements (1) and (2) are true.
C) Both statements (1) and (2) are false.
D) Statement (1) is false; statement (2) is true.

Not sure.

Two countries can be better off by specializing and trading (say goods X and Y) with one another if:
A) One country has the comparative advantage in one good (say good X), while the other country has the comparative advantage in the other good (good Y).
B) Both countries have the comparative advantage in one good (say good X).
C) Both countries have the absolute advantage in producing one good (say good X).
D) One country has both the absolute and comparative advantage in one good (say good X), while the other country has both the absolute and comparative advantage in the other good (good Y).

Is it D?

Which of the following statements about a minimum wage is TRUE?
A) In order for the minimum wage to be effective, it must be set BELOW the equilibrium wage.
B) An effective minimum wage ensures that all people who are looking for work will be able to find work at jobs that pay a decent wage.
C) All of the answers given are true.
D) A higher minimum wage leads to a shortage of workers in the market.
E) An effective minimum wage acts as a price floor on the wage that businesses pay workers.

Is it C?

Answer: d
Answer: Option 4
Answer: Option 1

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