Ch 66: Financial Inflows, Outflows & Restrictions - MTEL Political Science/Political Philosophy

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Simplify the process of studying for the MTEL Political Science/Political Philosophy assessment by watching engaging video lessons. Gain greater insight into financial inflows, outflows and restrictions then test your knowledge with short quizzes.

Financial Inflows, Outflows & Restrictions - MTEL Political Science/Political Philosophy - Chapter Summary

In this chapter are lessons that can help you answer questions related to financial inflows, outflows and restrictions on the MTEL Political Science/Political Philosophy assessment. Watching the lessons will ensure you're able to:

  • Explain ways that changes to net exports can affect the flow of capital
  • Describe the relationship between financial markets and goods
  • Discuss the effects of tariffs and quotas for imported goods on domestic prices
  • Share the effect of trade restrictions on cheap foreign labor

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Financial Inflows, Outflows & Restrictions - MTEL Political Science/Political Philosophy Chapter Objectives

This Financial Inflows, Outflows & Restrictions - MTEL Political Science/Political Philosophy chapter prepares you for the exam by covering topics found in the geography and economics subarea. This subarea of the exam constitutes about 10% of the total test. You can prepare by strengthening your knowledge using the lessons, then testing that knowledge with self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam. If you have questions about lesson topics, feel free to submit them to our experts.

The MTEL assessment gauges the comprehension of educators interested in teaching political science and political philosophy in Massachusetts classrooms. The subject-matter test consists of 100 multiple-choice questions and 2 open-response assignments. It lasts four hours with an additional 15 minutes dedicated to a computer-based test tutorial and nondisclosure agreement. Earning a passing score of 240 or higher secures or enhances your teaching licensure in the state.

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