C = 450 + 0.4Y I = 350 G = 150 X = 70 Z = 35 + 0.1Y T = 0.15Y Yf = 1550 Calculate the tax revenue to the government of this country when the economy remains in equilibrium. Calculate what the new equilibrium income should be if the government of this country decides to cancel all taxes, implying the tax rate would now be 0%. Before the government decreased the tax rate, how much of government spending was required to bring the economy to full employment?

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C = 450 + 0.4Y I = 350
G = 150
X = 70
Z = 35 + 0.1Y T = 0.15Y
Yf = 1550

Calculate the tax revenue to the government of this country when the economy remains in equilibrium.

Calculate what the new equilibrium income should be if the government of this country decides to cancel all taxes, implying the tax rate would now be 0%.

Before the government decreased the tax rate, how much of government spending was required to bring the economy to full employment?

 

 

 

 

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