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  1. When do economists use GNP?

  2. Is cyclical unemployment always due to recessions?

  3. Does cash-on-delivery aid produce better results than a loan?

  4. What are some alternatives to real GDP?

  5. How much of an economy's performance is captured by real GPD?

  6. How does inflation affect the exchange rate between two nations?

  7. Is GNP a valuable metric in a globalized economy?

  8. What insights are economists trying to capture with GNP?

  9. What math skills do I need to study microeconomics?

  10. Which developed country has the most debt?

  11. What factors affect the price of copper?

  12. What economic indicators are most used when forecasting an exchange rate?

  13. Why are most multinational corporations either from the US, Europe or Japan

  14. What country spends the most on research and development?

  15. What country has the wealthiest overall population?

  16. When does cyclical unemployment become structural unemployment?

  17. What kinds of topics does microeconomics cover?

  18. How long has the U.S. run fiscal deficits?

  19. Do production possibility frontiers have multiple possible equilibria?

  20. How does quantitative easing in the U.S. affect the stock market?

  21. Is the production possibility frontier used by businesses to calculate their production ...

  22. What are some examples of successful implementation of monetary policy?

  23. Can you calculate the production possibility frontier in n-dimensional space?

  24. What is the effect of a fiscal deficit on the economy?

  25. Is there any limit on fiscal deficits at the federal level?

  26. When did globalization start?

  27. What factors influence the price of treasury bills?

  28. How does a bull market in stocks affect the bond market?

  29. How does the Federal Reserve's set discount rate affect my personal finances?

  30. How does quantitative easing in the U.S. affect global markets?

  31. What are the arguments in favor of setting a low discount rate?

  32. What macroeconomic problems do policy makers most commonly face?

  33. Why do Keynesian economists focus on the lower boundary of interest rates?

  34. How are taxes treated in the consumer price index (CPI)?

  35. How does a high discount rate affect the economy?

  36. How do economies of scale work with globalization?

  37. What is arbitrage pricing theory?

  38. How can retirees protect their wealth in a bear market?

  39. What are some limitations of the consumer price index (CPI)?

  40. What is the difference between fiscal policy and monetary policy?

  41. Can the consumer price index (CPI) for individual areas be used to compare living ...

  42. Will the consumer price index (CPI) be updated or revised in the future?

  43. How does a bull market affect the economy?

  44. What are some examples of economies of scale?

  45. What impact does quantitative easing have on consumers in the U.S.?

  46. How can quantitative easing be effective in the economy?

  47. What is the difference between macroeconomics and finance?

  48. How successful is fiscal policy in guiding the national economy?

  49. What is the role of deficit spending in fiscal policy?

  50. What do Keynes and Freidman have to do with fiscal and monetary policy?

  51. Who sets fiscal policy, the president or congress?

  52. Why is Keynesian economics sometimes called depression economics?

  53. How do debt issues affect governments' abilities to run fiscal deficits?

  54. What's the difference between r-squared and correlation?

  55. What is general equilibrium theory in macroeconomics?

  56. How do I differentiate between micro and macro economics?

  57. What is the difference between Keynesian and Neo-Keynesian economics?

  58. Can state and local governments in the US run fiscal deficits?

  59. How do central bank decisions affect volatility?

  60. What does the term 'invisible hand' refer to in the economy?

  61. At what level is the current account deficit considered excessive, in terms of percent?

  62. How is the consumer price index (CPI) used in market escalation contracts?

  63. Why do developed countries run current account deficits?

  64. What is the difference between a nation's current account deficit and its currency ...

  65. Who thinks fiscal deficits are a good idea?

  66. What is the difference between a current account deficit and a trade deficit?

  67. What is the difference between monetary policy and fiscal policy?

  68. Where is cost of living lowest in the world?

  69. What are the main reasons for why there could be a negative gross profit margin and ...

  70. Are oil prices and interest rates correlated?

  71. Who determines interest rates?

  72. What is the Mont Pelerin Society?

  73. What is QE3 (quantitative easing)?

  74. How is Libor determined?

  75. What are austerity measures?

  76. Why do interest rates change?

  77. What is the relationship between inflation and interest rates?

  78. What does deflation mean to investors?

  79. What is a trade deficit and what effect will it have on the stock market?

  80. How do open market operations affect the U.S. money supply?

  81. What is the difference between LIBOR, LIBID and LIMEAN?

  82. What was the Marshall Plan?

  83. What is the difference between LIBID and LIBOR?

  84. The real rate of return is the amount of interest earned over and above the:

  85. The interest rate used to define the “risk-free” rate of return is the

  86. Which is not a process the Federal Reserve uses to control the level of business ...

  87. Out of which international body did the World Trade Organization emerge?

  88. Which is NOT an element of Keynesian expenditure?

  89. What is the Keynesian multiplier?

  90. Why aren't economists rich?

  91. What was the most miserable day for financial markets according to the Misery Index?

  92. What is the gold standard?

  93. What was the Gold Reserve Act?

  94. Is there a correlation between inflation and house prices?

  95. When did the U.S. start using paper money?

  96. What is a "force majeure"?

  97. What currency is affected by the interest rate decisions of the Bank of England (BoE)?

  98. What is the difference between inflation and stagflation?

  99. What is the salad oil scandal?

  100. Which of the following are tools that are employed by the Federal Reserve in its ...

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