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  1. Should investors care more about microeconomics or macroeconomics?

  2. How did John Maynard Keynes influence business cycle theory?

  3. What's the difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics?

  4. How does fiscal policy impact the budget deficit?

  5. What are "booms" and "busts" in the business cycle?

  6. What causes businesses to fail during a downturn in the business cycle?

  7. What is the difference between real and nominal interest rates?

  8. Why does unemployment tend to rise during a recession?

  9. What does it mean if something is described as "recession-proof?"

  10. What are the best measurements of economic growth

  11. How do different economic schools of thought treat the factors of production?

  12. What is the difference between deflation and disinflation?

  13. What impact would deflation have on the national debt?

  14. What is the relationship between human capital and economic growth?

  15. Why is the multiplier effect associated with Keynesian economics?

  16. Are economic recessions inevitable?

  17. What does the Ricardian Equivalence say about budget deficits?

  18. What other investment metrics are best used in conjunction with net margin?

  19. What factors cause shifts in aggregate demand?

  20. What is the difference between the current account and the capital account?

  21. How does the United States government measure economic growth?

  22. Do budget deficits "crowd out" the market?

  23. What causes recessions?

  24. What's the difference between the current account and the capital account?

  25. How can LIBOR be used as an economic indicator?

  26. Why is LIBOR sometimes referred to as LIBOR ICE?

  27. Where on the internet can I find LIBOR rate information?

  28. How do central banks impact interest rates in the economy?

  29. What economic indicators are important for investing in the financial services sector?

  30. What is the Austrian Theory of the Business Cycle?

  31. How is comparative advantage used as a justification for free trade policies?

  32. How do interest rates coordinate savings and investment in the economy?

  33. How important a metric is PPP (purchasing power parity?)

  34. Why is PPP (purchasing power parity) controversial?

  35. Which developed markets have the greatest exposure to financial services?

  36. What is the difference between GDP and GDP accounting for PPP (purchasing power parity)?

  37. Is real GDP a better index of economic performance than GDP?

  38. When do economists use real GDP instead of GDP?

  39. How is correlation used differently in finance and economics?

  40. Who discovered the law of supply and demand?

  41. Is there a natural rate of cyclical unemployment?

  42. What can policymakers do to decrease cyclical unemployment?

  43. Is economics a science?

  44. When do economists use GNP?

  45. Is cyclical unemployment always due to recessions?

  46. What are some alternatives to real GDP?

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

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

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

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

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

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

  53. Which developed country has the most debt?

  54. What factors affect the price of copper?

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

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

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

  58. What country has the wealthiest overall population?

  59. When does cyclical unemployment become structural unemployment?

  60. What kinds of topics does microeconomics cover?

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

  62. Do production possibility frontiers have multiple possible equilibria?

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

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

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

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

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

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

  69. When did globalization start?

  70. What factors influence the price of treasury bills?

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  79. How do economies of scale work with globalization?

  80. What is arbitrage pricing theory?

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

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

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

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

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

  86. How does a bull market affect the economy?

  87. What are some examples of economies of scale?

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

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

  90. What is the difference between macroeconomics and finance?

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

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

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

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

  95. Why is Keynesian economics sometimes called depression economics?

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

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

  98. What is general equilibrium theory in macroeconomics?

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

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

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