Economic Policy

Part B: The president has become discouraged with his current economic advisory team. He has
searched the colleges and your name keeps coming up as one of the very best macroeconomic analysts
in the country. After summoning you to the White House for a personal chat, you are convinced to take
the offer and join the team.
Your challenge is to design a three-point macroeconomic program to improve the economy of the
United States within the next two years. It will include the monetary and fiscal policies you hope to
implement.
You will earn a total of 35 points in by following the following format:
Paragraph 1 General narrative (5 points)
Summarize the problems being faced by our economy that your policies will address.
It is okay if the problems identified are hypothetical and do not currently exist in our
actual economy.
Paragraph 2 1
st policy (9 points)
Describe policy, identify as fiscal or monetary, explain why it was chosen (which problem it
will help solve) and statistical results expected
Paragraph 3 2
nd policy (9 points)
Describe policy, identify as fiscal or monetary, explain why it was chosen (which problem it
will help solve) and statistical results expected
Paragraph 4 3
rd policy (9 points)
Describe policy, identify as fiscal or monetary, explain why it was chosen (which problem it
will help solve) and statistical results expected
Paragraph 5 Conclusion (3 points)
Briefly summarize how your three-point plan will solve the problems mentioned in your
opening paragraph.