Ch 16: Supply-Side Policy & Policy Comparisons

About This Chapter

Our instructors have developed fun lessons you can use to quickly and effectively boost your knowledge of supply-side policy and various policy comparisons. Take the short quizzes paired with the lessons to check your comprehension and strengthen your ability to excel on a test or earn course credit.

Supply-Side Policy & Policy Comparisons - Chapter Summary

Explore the engaging lessons in this informative chapter to ensure you have a complete grasp of supply-side policy and how it compares to fiscal and monetary policies. This chapter also offers in-depth analyses of the misery index, the Phillips curve model and aggregate supply. Feel confident in your understanding of these topics by reviewing the lessons as often as you'd like and checking your knowledge with multiple-choice quizzes. Any questions that arise about the materials can be submitted to our experts using the Dashboard. Once you've completed this chapter, you will be able to:

  • Compare and contrast Keynesian and monetarist policies and views of the aggregate supply curve
  • Discuss the Phillips curve as the relationship between inflation and unemployment
  • Identify and describe factors that shift the Phillips Curve
  • Explain the purpose of the misery index
  • Exhibit knowledge of supply-side economics in monetary and fiscal policy
  • Differentiate between monetary policy, fiscal policy and supply-side policy
  • List obstacles that impact the success of fiscal and monetary policy

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