The Articles of Confederation...
which statement best describes why a government’s actions are important in macroeconomics? check all that apply.
1 government controls industry through policy.
2 government is both a consumer and a producer.
3 government can prevent changes and challenges.
4 government can use policy to influence the economy.
5 government can accurately predict economic trends.
1 , 2 & 4 for edgenu
according to this graph, how does supply behave in the long run?
a ]output remains constant.
b ]output increases.
c ]output cannot be predicted.
d ]output decreases.
the answer is a ] for edgenu
the reasons for the global discontent in the early 1900s were the following:desire for independence was the main fight of many territories which were still under the control of colonial powers. dissatisfaction with peace terms of wwi . the best example is the case of germany, that was forced by the peace treaties to pay very expensive war reparations to the winners of wwi. some time later, german leaders broke relations and stopped recognizing the authority of those who imposed sanctions on their country, counting with the support of the population that was suffering the important economic consequences of the payment of reparations. overproduction of consumer goods which led to hyperinflation scenarios and very week currencies and economies.
the reasons for the great depression were the following, and these led to wall street crash in october 1929 and caused the subsequent great recession period.high personal debt, that ended up with many bankrupt investors. falling stock price as everybody was getting rid of the stocks, many because they could not meet the amounts of money required by the margins that backed their investments.
question 3italy: led by the fascists and benito mussolini and promised to restore the greatness of the roman empire. germany: led by adolph hitler and the nazi party and conducted anti-jewish riots in austriajapan: was controlled by aggressive military leaders and invaded countries for their resources