Economies: Economic Analysis 3 Discussion

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Economies: Economic Analysis 3 Discussion

Economies: Economic Analysis 3 Discussion
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    Overview

    In 3–4 pages, explain how built-in stabilizers work and how different tax systems relate to built-in stability. Analyze the multiplier effect that exists in a market economic system. Explain the impact of an increase in net exports on real GDP.By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:

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  • Context

    We now examine the basic relationships between different economic aggregates. More specifically, income and consumption, investment and interest rates, and how output is affected by increases or decreases in spending. It is also important to understand the determination of Gross National Product (GDP), given its production capacity. In addition, it is also important to understand why GDP increases in one period and declines in another.To address these questions, analysts use the aggregate expenditure and the aggregate demand and supply models to better analyze the role of fiscal policy as a tool to stimulate full employment, economic growth, and to control inflation.

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    Questions to Consider

    As you prepare to complete this assessment, you may want to think about other related issues to deepen your understanding or broaden your viewpoint. You are encouraged to consider the questions below and discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested friend, or a member of your professional community. Note that these questions are for your own development and exploration and do not need to be completed or submitted as part of your assessment.

    • Do you think that, at this time, the United States should try to decrease or increase federal spending?
      • What reasons do you have for your position?
      • How will the increase or decrease impact GDP and national income?
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    Resources

    SUGGESTED RESOURCES

    The resources provided here are optional and support the assessment. They provide helpful information about the topics in this unit. You may use other resources of your choice to prepare for this assessment; however, you will need to ensure that they are appropriate, credible, and valid. The MBA-FP6008 – Global Economic Environment Library Guide can help direct your research. The Supplemental Resources and Research Resources, both linked from the left navigation menu in your courseroom, provide additional resources to help support you. Economies: Economic Analysis 3 Discussion

    Macroeconomics Theory and Models

    The below resource contains information about macroeconomics theory and models.

    • McConnell, C., Flynn, S., & Brue, S. (2015). Macroeconomics (20th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Education. Available from the bookstore.
      • Chapter 10, “Basic Macroeconomic Relationships,” pages 218–236.
      • Chapter 11, “The Aggregate Expenditures Model,” pages 239–259.
      • Chapter 12, “Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply,” pages 263–282 and 285–287.

  • Assessment Instructions

    In this assessment, you will gain greater understanding of tax systems in relation to economic stability, the multiplier effect, and how net exports affect GDP.

    REQUIREMENTS

    There are three parts to this assessment. Be sure you have completed all three parts before submitting.

    Part 1
    • Analyze the effect of built-in (or automatic) stabilizers on a country’s economy.
      • Explain how built-in stabilizers work.
      • Explain the differences between proportional, progressive, and regressive tax systems as they relate to an economy’s built-in stability.
    Part 2
    • Analyze the concept of the multiplier effect.
      • How does this concept relate to both economic recessions and vigorous economic expansion?
    Part 3
    • Explain the impact of an increase in net exports on real GDP, assuming the economy is operating below its potential output.
    • Explain why it is difficult for a country to boost its net exports by increasing its tariffs during a global recession.

    Organize your assessment logically with appropriate headings and subheadings. Support your work with at least 3 scholarly or professional resources and follow APA guidelines for your citations and references. Be sure you include a title page and reference page.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

    • Include a title page and reference page.
    • Number of pages: 3–4, not including title page and reference page.
    • Number of resources: At least 3 scholarly or professional resources.
    • APA format for citations and references.
    • Font and spacing: Times New Roman, 12 point font; double-spaced.
    Assessment 3 Example

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  • Economies: Economic Analysis 3 Scoring Guide

    CRITERIA NON-PERFORMANCE BASIC PROFICIENT DISTINGUISHED
    Analyze the effect of automatic stabilizers on a country’s economy. Does not analyze the effect of automatic stabilizers on a country’s economy. Describes the effect of automatic stabilizers on a country’s economy. Analyzes the effect of automatic stabilizers on a country’s economy. Analyzes the effect of automatic stabilizers on a country’s economy and provides examples of how different types of taxes compare in relation to automatic stabilizers.
    Analyze the concept of the multiplier effect. Does not analyze the concept of the multiplier effect. Defines the multiplier effect. Analyzes the concept of the multiplier effect. Analyzes the concept of the multiplier effect through an in-depth examination of how it relates to both economic recession and economic expansion.
    Explain the effect of an increase in net exports on real GDP. Does not explain the effect of an increase in net exports on real GDP. Explains the effect of an increase in net exports on real GDP but the explanation is missing key elements. Explains the effect of an increase in net exports on real GDP. Analyzes the effect of an increase in net exports on real GDP using real world examples.
    Explain why it is difficult for a country to boost its net exports by increasing its tariffs during a global recession. Does not explain why it is difficult for a country to boost its net exports by increasing its tariffs during a global recession. Explains why it is difficult for a country to boost its net exports by increasing its tariffs during a global recession, but the explanation is inaccurate or missing key elements. Explains why it is difficult for a country to boost its net exports by increasing its tariffs during a global recession. Analyzes the challenges a country faces in trying to boost its net exports by increasing its tariffs during a global recession, and supports this analysis with sound reasoning and relevant resources.
    Correctly format citations and references using current APA style. Does not correctly format citations and references using current APA style. Uses current APA style to format citations and references but with numerous errors. Correctly formats citations and references using current APA style with few errors. Correctly formats citations and references using current APA style with no errors.
    Write content clearly and logically with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. Does not write content clearly, logically, or with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. Writes with errors in clarity, logic, grammar, punctuation, and/or mechanics. Writes content clearly and logically with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. Writes clearly and logically with correct use of spelling, grammar, punctuation, and mechanics; uses relevant evidence to support a central idea.

 

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Running head: ECONOMIC ANALYSIS 1 Economic Analysis Raunak Kumar Capella University Copyright © 2016 Capella University. Copy and distribution of this document is prohibited. 2 ECONOMIC ANALYSIS Fiscal Policy Fiscal policy is defined as government policy that uses taxation and expenditure as a means to influence the aggregate demand in an economy. Fiscal policy can either be expansionary or contractionary in nature and can effectively be used by the government to counter economic fluctuations. Automatic Stabilizers Automatic stabilizers are smoothening agents of fiscal policy that offset economic fluctuations without any explicit government action. Transfers and taxes are two types of automatic stabilizers that reduce fluctuations in disposable income by boosting aggregate demand during recessions and reducing aggregate demand
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