The following information is provided about an open economy with a government. Use the information to answer the questions that follow: C = 450 + 0.4Y I = 350 G = 150 X = 70 Z = 35 + 0.1Y T = 0.15Y Yf = 1550 Q 2.4 Calculate the tax revenue to the government of this country when the economy (2) remains in equilibrium. Q 2.5 Calculate what the new equilibrium income should be if the government of this (6) country decides to cancel all taxes, implying the tax rate would now be 0%. Q2.6 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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The following information is provided about an open economy with a government. Use the information to answer the questions that follow:
C = 450 + 0.4Y I = 350
G = 150
X = 70
Z = 35 + 0.1Y T = 0.15Y
Yf = 1550


Q 2.4 Calculate the tax revenue to the government of this country when the economy (2) remains in equilibrium.
Q 2.5 Calculate what the new equilibrium income should be if the government of this (6) country decides to cancel all taxes, implying the tax rate would now be 0%.
Q2.6 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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