Let S Assume The Country Suffers From A Liquidity Trap People Prefer To Hold Cas
Let’s assume the country suffers from a liquidity trap (people prefer to hold cash than any other asset). Then the central bank of this economy decides to expand money supply.
How effective is this policy? Explain and use the IS-LM functions. What about expansionary fiscal policy? Will it be effective in achieving its goal? Explain and use graphs.
1 Running Head: ECONOMICS EconomicsStudent’ NameAffiliation Institution 2 ECONOMICSLet’s assume the country suffers from a liquidity trap (people prefer to hold cash thanany other asset)….