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A major factor influencing net farm income and farmland values over the last several decades was the ...
A major factor influencing net farm income and farmland values over the last several decades was the ...
A major factor influencing net farm income and farmland values over the last several decades was the renewable fuel mandate for producing ethanol.

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Economics   Nicpico   0   Va97001   17 hours ago
Expansionary monetary policy actions
Expansionary monetary policy actions
Expansionary monetary policy actions

• Would increase the derived demand for farm input supply firms.

• Would decrease the derived demand for farm input supply firms.

• Would decrease the demand for agricultural loans.

• None of the above.
Economics   dwilliams11   0   3   1206   17 hours ago
Contractionary fiscal policy actions
Contractionary fiscal policy actions
Contractionary fiscal policy actions

• Would increase farmers' total assets.

• Would decrease farmers' fixed liabilities.

• Would increase farmers' operating expenses.

• None of the above.
Economics   tlc_71111   0   coltonf1   17 hours ago
Expansionary monetary policy actions
Expansionary monetary policy actions
Expansionary monetary policy actions

• Would decrease farmers' operating expenses.

• Would increase farmers' fixed liabilities.

• Would increase farmers' total assets.

• None of the above.
Economics   mrive3127   0   2   17 hours ago
The rate of interest affects agriculture because
The rate of interest affects agriculture because
The rate of interest affects agriculture because

• A high interest rate suggests a stronger dollar which depresses farm export demand.

• A high interest rate reduced the capitalized value of farmland.

• A low interest rate lowers farm expenses.

• All of the above.
Economics   seeb1999   0   nick1116   17 hours ago
The rate of growth in GDP affects agriculture
The rate of growth in GDP affects agriculture
[html]The rate of growth in GDP affects agriculture

• Has a major effect on agriculture because of the high income elasticity for agricultural products.

• Has a minimal effect on agriculture because more consumers eat away from home.

• Has a major effect on agriculture because people need to eat.

• Has a minimal effect on agriculture because of the low income elasticity for agri
Economics   lurielbank   0   2   17 hours ago
The foreign exchange rate affects agriculture because
The foreign exchange rate affects agriculture because
The foreign exchange rate affects agriculture because

• A weaker dollar makes depresses the export demand for U.S farm commodities.

• A weaker dollar makes imports of inputs used by U.S. farmers.

• A stronger dollar enhances the export demand for U.S. farm commodities.

• None of the above.
Economics   miks   0   Antoinette12   17 hours ago
The rate of unemployment affects agriculture because
The rate of unemployment affects agriculture because
The rate of unemployment affects agriculture because

• It suggests weaker off-farm employment opportunities for farm operator families.

• It signals a slower growing economy.

• It signals a movement along the Phillips curve.

• None of the above.
Economics   rsbains   0   2   17 hours ago
The "Big Five" macroeconomic variables with respect to agriculture
The "Big Five" macroeconomic variables with respect to agriculture
[html]The "Big Five" macroeconomic variables with respect to agriculture

• Include the rate of foreign exchange, the rate of interest, the unemployment rate, the rate of inflation, and the rate of growth in GDP.

• Represent key linkages between sectors in the food and fiber industry.

• Include the rate of interest, the unemployment rate, the rate of inflation, the rate of growth
Economics   Izzydhindsa   0   gdchavis1   17 hours ago
Expansionary fiscal policy actions
Expansionary fiscal policy actions
Expansionary fiscal policy actions

• Lead to growth in aggregate demand resulting from lower interest rates.

• Can be inflationary if the economy is in the Keynesian range of aggregate supply curve.

• Result in an increase in national debt.

• None of the above.
Economics   msouthern   0   2   17 hours ago
Disposable income reflects
Disposable income reflects
Disposable income reflects

• Net income from business activity.

• Personal income after taxes.

• Income before taxes.

• None of the above.
Economics   jaspinder kaur   0   NicoleLove   17 hours ago
________: illustrates the trade-off between the rate of inflation and the rate of unemployment.
________: illustrates the trade-off between the rate of inflation and the rate of unemployment.
________: illustrates the trade-off between the rate of inflation and the rate of unemployment.
Economics   asjstr   0   2   17 hours ago
________: policies that lead to an increase in aggregate demand which result in both output and the ...
________: policies that lead to an increase in aggregate demand which result in both output and the ...
________: policies that lead to an increase in aggregate demand which result in both output and the general price level rising.
Economics   anthonydel117   0   jzhu11   17 hours ago
________: the general price level is rising even though the economy is nowhere near full employment output.
________: the general price level is rising even though the economy is nowhere near full employment output.
________: the general price level is rising even though the economy is nowhere near full employment output.
Economics   alekhsiang   0   2   17 hours ago
________: when aggregate demand for goods and services is rising and the economy is approach full ...
________: when aggregate demand for goods and services is rising and the economy is approach full ...
________: when aggregate demand for goods and services is rising and the economy is approach full employment output.
Economics   dwilliams11   0   swolfe15   17 hours ago
________: nominal GDP divided by the implicit GDP price deflator.
________: nominal GDP divided by the implicit GDP price deflator.
________: nominal GDP divided by the implicit GDP price deflator.
Economics   justinw2200   0   2   17 hours ago
________: the number of unemployed persons divided by the total civilian labor force.
________: the number of unemployed persons divided by the total civilian labor force.
________: the number of unemployed persons divided by the total civilian labor force.
Economics   baileymeredith   0   austire   17 hours ago
________: unemployment associated with business fluctuations.
________: unemployment associated with business fluctuations.
________: unemployment associated with business fluctuations.
Economics   yuknam   0   2   17 hours ago
________: a sustained rise in the general price level.
________: a sustained rise in the general price level.
________: a sustained rise in the general price level.
Economics   violin13   0   Nikki_LYNN   17 hours ago
________: the existence of increasing inflation during a period when the economy is experiencing ...
________: the existence of increasing inflation during a period when the economy is experiencing ...
________: the existence of increasing inflation during a period when the economy is experiencing little or no growth.
Economics   asdoooeoe   0   2   17 hours ago
Given the graph below, one can conclude that efforts by the Federal Reserve to fight inflation will ...
Given the graph below, one can conclude that efforts by the Federal Reserve to fight inflation will ...
[html]Given the graph below, one can conclude that efforts by the Federal Reserve to fight inflation will ________ employment in the economy.

Economics   FAITHBELLE   0   beunikuel   17 hours ago
Macroeconomic policies that promote supply expansion will expand the level of output in the ...
Macroeconomic policies that promote supply expansion will expand the level of output in the ...
Macroeconomic policies that promote supply expansion will expand the level of output in the aggregate product market and cause the general price level to decline.

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Economics   jaspinder kaur   0   2   17 hours ago
Cost push inflation occurs when prices are rising throughout the economy even though the economy is ...
Cost push inflation occurs when prices are rising throughout the economy even though the economy is ...
Cost push inflation occurs when prices are rising throughout the economy even though the economy is nowhere near full employment output.

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Economics   tlc_71111   0   mcwieck   17 hours ago
The annual rate of inflation based on the CPI is calculated by the ratio of the change in the CPI in ...
The annual rate of inflation based on the CPI is calculated by the ratio of the change in the CPI in ...
The annual rate of inflation based on the CPI is calculated by the ratio of the change in the CPI in the current period to the cost of the same basket of goods and services in a base period.

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Economics   dwilliams11   0   2   17 hours ago
The consumer price index or CPI is given by the cost of a standard market basket of goods and ...
The consumer price index or CPI is given by the cost of a standard market basket of goods and ...
The consumer price index or CPI is given by the cost of a standard market basket of goods and services in the current period relative to the GDP implicit price deflator.

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Economics   lambchop03   0   jenniferagrethe   17 hours ago
The unemployment of capital can be expressed in terms of the manufacturing capacity utilization rate.
The unemployment of capital can be expressed in terms of the manufacturing capacity utilization rate.
The unemployment of capital can be expressed in terms of the manufacturing capacity utilization rate.

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Economics   Lighting2551   0   2   17 hours ago
Stagflation refers to when the general economy is experiencing a falling unemployment rate and a ...
Stagflation refers to when the general economy is experiencing a falling unemployment rate and a ...
Stagflation refers to when the general economy is experiencing a falling unemployment rate and a rising inflation rate.

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• false
Economics   liljay   0   1206   17 hours ago
The short run Phillips curve illustrates the relationship between the rate of inflation and the ...
The short run Phillips curve illustrates the relationship between the rate of inflation and the ...
The short run Phillips curve illustrates the relationship between the rate of inflation and the unemployment rate.

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Economics   tittyboi   0   3   curtissxx9   17 hours ago
The producer price index accounts for changes in the prices of goods and services purchased by consumers.
The producer price index accounts for changes in the prices of goods and services purchased by consumers.
The producer price index accounts for changes in the prices of goods and services purchased by consumers.

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Economics   tittyboi   0   Kaajalp   17 hours ago
The index of leading economic indicators of business activity is designed to indicate business ...
The index of leading economic indicators of business activity is designed to indicate business ...
The index of leading economic indicators of business activity is designed to indicate business fluctuations before they occur.

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Economics   Suedyso   0   3   Kailz1218   17 hours ago
Business cycles reflect periods of recession and contraction.
Business cycles reflect periods of recession and contraction.
Business cycles reflect periods of recession and contraction.

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Economics   asdoooeoe   0   eltoro   17 hours ago
Which of the following statements is correct?
Which of the following statements is correct?
Which of the following statements is correct?

• Demand pull inflation is caused by an increase in demand and an increase in the quantity supplied.

• Demand pull inflation is caused by an increase in demand and an increase in supply.

• Cost push inflation is the result of rising input costs pushing the aggregate demand curve to the left.

• None of the above.
Economics   seeb1999   0   2   17 hours ago
Which of the following statements is correct?
Which of the following statements is correct?
Which of the following statements is correct?

• Demand and supply policies move output and the general price level in the same direction.

• Demand expansion policies lead to increases in output and decrease in the general price level.

• Supply expansion policies lead to increases in output and decrease in the general price level.

• None of the above.
Economics   linhhh   0   Dogggg   17 hours ago
The short run Phillips curve illustrates:
The short run Phillips curve illustrates:
The short run Phillips curve illustrates:

• The trade-off between the unemployment rate and the inflation rate.

• The increase in wage rates relative to the increase in the general price level.

• The unemployment rate relative to the civilian labor force.

• None of the above.
Economics   violin13   0   2   17 hours ago
Real GDP is found by dividing:
Real GDP is found by dividing:
Real GDP is found by dividing:

• Nominal GDP by the prices paid index by farmers.

• Nominal GDP by the producer price index.

• Nominal GDP by the consumer price index.

• None of the above.
Economics   lurielbank   0   Bakari   17 hours ago
The consumer price index or CPI includes
The consumer price index or CPI includes
[html]The consumer price index or CPI includes

• The cost of a standard market basket bought by consumers in the current year relative to a base period.

• The cost of a standard market basket bought by producers in the current year.

• The cost of a standard market basket bought by producers in the current year relative to a base period.

• The cost of a standard market basket bou
Economics   whatsupgirl16   0   3   linds   17 hours ago
The civilian labor force includes
The civilian labor force includes
The civilian labor force includes

• The number of people in the Armed Services.

• The number of employed and unemployed persons in the economy.

• The number of employed persons.

• None of the above.
Economics   snowicefox17   0   krobdance   17 hours ago
The rate of inflation can be defined as
The rate of inflation can be defined as
The rate of inflation can be defined as

• The percent change in the general price level.

• The sustained percent change increase in the general price level.

• The percentage increase in the price of corn.

• The change in the general price level.
Economics   Yeeeee89   0   3   DWFG2796   17 hours ago
Types of unemployment:
Types of unemployment:
Types of unemployment:

• Structural unemployment

• Frictional unemployment

• Seasonal unemployment

• All of the above
Economics   treetreee   0   emnevius   17 hours ago
Leading indicators of activity in the economy:
Leading indicators of activity in the economy:
Leading indicators of activity in the economy:

• New building permits

• Labor cost per unit or output

• Current industrial production

• None of the above
Economics   Izzy122   0   3   abonaccorso1   17 hours ago
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