The Company is TORO. This is a group assignment and I am only responsible for the highlighted portion. Only 1-2 slides. PLEASE NO PLAGIARISM
Select an organization your team is familiar with or an organization where a team member currently works.
Create a 15- to 20-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation that will be presented to the organization’s Executive Committee. The presentation should cover the following items:
- Identify the three key facts about short-run economic fluctuations and how the economy in the short run differs from the economy in the long run.
- Explain economic fluctuations and how shifts in either aggregate demand or aggregate supply can cause booms and recessions using the model of aggregate demand and aggregate supply.
- Explain how monetary policy affects interest rates and aggregate demand.
- Analyze how fiscal policy affects interest rates and aggregate demand.
- Evaluate why policymakers face a short-run trade-off between inflation and unemployment.
- Evaluate why the inflation-unemployment trade-off disappears in the long run.
Cite a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed sources not including your textbook.
Format consistent with APA guidelines.
I would like to make the following suggestions for this week’s team PowerPoint presentation:
1. Remember that the focus of this paper should not be the organization you pick.
2. Read Chapter 20 of your textbook. The key facts about economic fluctuations are discussed in Section 20-1. Discuss how shifts of the AD and AS curves can affect the equilibrium price level and real output, but do not forget that these shifts also imply changes in the rate of unemployment.
3. Note that monetary policy and fiscal policy are different types of policies. I suggest you have a slide indicating what these policies mean. Also, the instructions imply that fiscal policy aims to change interest rates. That is not correct. While fiscal policy can potentially have any effect, that is not the purpose of fiscal policy. On the other hand, interest rate changes are a major objective of monetary policy.