Economic History of the United States
Economic History of the United States ECON 4524
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Essay Questions for Final Exam 3 Economics 4524 Fall 0 Lee J Alston What potential and real economic problems result under open access conditions for natural resources Have private and public efforts to limit open access conditions been successful Illustrate with examples from US history Discuss how crises have shaped the scope and scale of government activities in the 203911 century Conditions in the roaring twenties inevitably lead to the Great Depression Evaluate this statement What made the Great Depression great Discuss the macro indicators eg unemployment bank failures in ationde ation welfare Better monetary and scal policies early in the depression could have prevented the Great Depression and better monetary and scal policies later in the depression could have brought us out of the depression quicker Evaluate these statements Did World War 11 bring us out of the Great Depression Make the argument for and against the impact of world war II on the economy Big government is a twentieth century phenomenon What factors lead to the growth of government Discuss the substance and the effect of New Deal policies What factors brought about the rise the life and fall of paternalism in the South What does this have to do with the timing of the growth of welfare activities Discuss the incentive structure which determines how the federal government functions Discuss the role of the Supreme Court in the Great Depression What role do Supreme Courts play in longrun economic performance