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Question 1: ________ Online , 2nd Edition.
Milton FriedmanMathematical economicsHistory of economic thoughtThe New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics

Question 2: [1][2][3][4][5][6] It provides a framework for analyzing ________ in its functions as a medium of exchange, store of value, and unit of account.
MoneyMicroeconomicsEconomicsEconomic history

Question 3: ix-xii, & chapter links. Introduction by ________, 1938.
Murray RothbardLudwig von MisesLew RockwellFriedrich von Hayek

Question 4: transmission mechanisms of ________ as to the macroeconomy[78][79][80][81]
Federal Reserve SystemMonetary policyOpen market operationsCentral bank

Question 5: It considers how money, for example ________, can gain acceptance purely because of its convenience as a public good.
Fiat moneyFederal Reserve SystemCentral bankUnited States dollar

Question 6: the monetary/________ relationship to macroeconomic stability[82][83][84][85][86][87]
Fiscal policyCentral bankGovernment debtDeficit

Question 7: ________, former chairman of the Federal Reserve, argued that the 1990s decoupling was explained by a virtuous cycle of productivity and investment on one hand, and a certain degree of "irrational exuberance" in the investment sector.
Ayn RandBen BernankeAlan GreenspanObjectivist movement

Question 8: the importance and stability of the relation between the money supply and interest rates and of the price level and nominal and real output of an ________.
MercantilismEconomyKeynesian economicsEconomics

Question 9: Monetary economics is a branch of ________ that historically prefigured and remains integrally linked to macroeconomics.
Keynesian economicsEconomicsHeterodox economicsMoney

Question 10: empirical measurement of the ________, whether narrowly-, broadly-, or index-aggregated, in relation to economic activity[35][36][37][38][39]
Central bankDebtFractional-reserve bankingMoney supply


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