i need 4 assignments to be solved. some questions are solved in the assignments and the others are not. i will indicate exactly what are the questions that are not solved. for assignment 7.( Question 1 part a,b,e) (question 3 part b,d) and question 4
for assignment 8 (question 1 part b) (question 2) (question 3 part b) and question 4
for assignment 9 (question 2 part a,b), question 3 and question 4
for assignment 10 i need all the assignment to be solved
besides the 4 assignments i will upload
you will find that there are 4 other files… 4 files of same assignments.. they have answers which you can know how you could do the questions and the graphs..the graphs have to be the same..but dont copy and paste..you have to re do them and change the font for example to avoid plagiarism because these the solved assignments are my friend’s assignments. for the explanation parts.. dont copy and paste.. you have to change it in a way it seems different but has the same concept. so you have 4 that need to be solved and 4 other assignments that are solved. you will be able to recognize what they are from the file name itself. please upload every assignment you do.. don’t wait till the deadline to send them all at one time..send me one as you finish it.
This assignment is for Module 10 and covers Chapter 30 from the text. Students should answer all questions. All questions are of equal value.
You may want to review Chapter 23, loanable funds market before attempting question 1.
a) Define real economic investment.
b) Explain the relationship between changes in interest rates and the quantity of real economic investment.
c) Explain why a predictable rate of inflation makes real interest rates more predictable.
d) Explain why unpredictable real interest rates hamper real economic investment.
Explain and use an AS/AD diagram and a demand/supply diagram for the Canadian dollar to illustrate how the Bank of Canada can eliminate a recessionary gap with monetary policy. Note in the AS/AD diagram you do not need to draw the multiplied (AD +/- ∆E) aggregate demand curve. Be sure to address the impact of monetary policy on all components of AD except for G.
Explain and use an AS/AD diagram and a demand/supply diagram for the Canadian dollar to illustrate how the Bank of Canada can eliminate an inflationary gap with monetary policy. Note in the AS/AD diagram you do not need to draw the multiplied (AD +/- ∆E) aggregate demand curve. Be sure to address the impact of monetary policy on all components of AD except for G.
Use the internet to find a brief article that connects recent Canadian monetary policy to either question one or two above. Cut and paste the article into your assignment (cite the source) and be sure to explain how the article relates to this assignment.