# Plx can anyone help me with this question?

Let the real money demand in the economy equal LD = 10 + 2Y – 8r. The price level P is fixed at P = 1. Y is the level of output and r is the rate of interest. What Continue reading

# Macroeconomics

How does the money multiplier differ when currency holdings are zero, compared to when currency holdings are greater then zero? If the currency -to-deposit ratio increases, what effect, if any, does this have on the monetary base, the money supply, Continue reading

# calculating deadweight loss in international economics

I'm doing this assignment and I'm totally lost, U.S. : d= 200 -40p s= 40 +40p Rest of the world: d= 160 -40p s= 80 +40p The U.S. govenment imposes a quota of 32 units on its imports. Calculate the Continue reading

# Economics Homework Help

Every day, bunches of economics students searching for homework help because they're having trouble with economics end up at College-Cram.com. Sometimes the textbook is confusing and other times they just need some extra help, but either way we have a Continue reading

# Finding market equilibrium

I'm still not sure how the whole "college-cram" thing works, but if it might give me some help with the Macro project, I figured it's worth a try. Here is the problem: Eastland's currency is called the eastmark, and Westland's Continue reading

# LM curve question

Let cb = 0.2. Let the real money demand in the economy equal LD = 10 + 2Y – 8r.  The price level P is fixed at P = 1. Y is the level of output and r is the Continue reading

# Money Supply and Money Multiplier with public holding cash and banking reserves

Dear Professor Cram, Could you please answer the following question for me? Suppose that the public holds a cash/deposit ration of  cp = 0.2, and the commercial banking sector holds a reserve/deposit ration of cb = 0.2.  The monetary base Continue reading

# Macroeconomics: LM Curve and Money Supply

How about this one:  “A given increase in the money supply will shift the LM curve farther to the right if money demand is more sensitive to the level of income”. True, false or uncertain? Briefly explain your answer.Thanks, Katie Continue reading

# Macroeconomics – IS Curve – steepness and interest sensitivity

Dear Economics Community Could you please answer me whether the following statement is true, false or uncertain and illustrate by graph please? “Other things equal, an IS curve is steeper, the more sensitive consumption is to the rate of interest”. Continue reading

# Macro economics- What is the economic rationale for the law of increasing costs?

Scarcity of resources necessitates trade-offs, and trade-offs result in an opportunity costs.  Any decision that involves a choice between two or more options has an opportunity cost.  The concept of ‘opportunity costs’ can be shown by using a Production Possibility Continue reading