Research Paper On Impact Of Monetary Policy On Gdp
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US Economy 200 - 2003
This 6 page paper is written in 3 parts. The first part examines the performance of the US economy between the years of 2000 and 2003, looking at annual figures for the GDP, real GDP growth, inflation, unemployment, interest rates and M1 growth. The second part of the paper discusses the patterns seen in the economy during this period and the impact of monetary policy. The last part of the paper looks at aggregate supply and demand during the same period. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Definition and National Economic Objectives of Monetary Policy
This 5 page paper discusses what a monetary policy is and its goals for the nation's economy. This leads to a discussion of the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States, which is the organization that administers the country's monetary policy. The instruments the Federal Reserve Bank at its disposal to achieve the goals of the monetary policy are discussed. The difference between expansionary and contractionary policies is explained. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Questions on Fiscal and Monetary Policy Answered
This 5 page paper answers four questions. Firstly, the paper looks at the three main tools that the Federal Reserve may use to control the money supply in the US. The second question is the shortest, and shows how the reserve balance on T-accounts is calculated. The third question outlines the variables that impact on the demand for money, and the last question looks at expansionary monetary and fiscal policies, what they are and how they operates and then uses the IS-LM model to illustrate the effects. The bibliography cites 3 sources.