it is a discussion post on a forum they requite a paragraph or two with about 5 to 7 lines

and i need that done of 4 weeks woirth from week 7-10

Week 7
Two of the biggest issues in macroeconomics are inflation and unemployment. Policymakers would like to keep both measures low. Often, however, there is a trade-off between the two. A strong economy that lowers unemployment can put upward pressure on prices. A weak economy that lowers inflation can increase unemployment.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, we had both very low unemployment and inflation. Then unemployment rose. In the future, unemployment and inflation could change and it’s good to have policy plans in place before either of these problems gets too bad.

Imagine that you oversee macroeconomic policy. Start your discussion by responding to these questions and explaining your answers:
What are some of the problems, difficulties, or hardships caused by unemployment?
What are some of the problems, difficulties, or hardships caused by inflation?
If you had to make a choice today between a policy that would head off increases in inflation or increases in unemployment, which one would you choose?
Be sure to respond to at least one of your classmates’ posts and share your opinion about their decision.

Week 8
There has been discussion about whether the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that took effect in 2018 is increasing tax revenue. Tax revenue can be thought of as an average tax rate multiplied by taxable income. If the average tax rate falls while taxable income stays the same, tax revenue will fall. But what if the tax cuts increase taxable income? The major schools of thought in macroeconomics (Keynesians and Neoclassicals) believe that tax cuts increase economic growth. Economic growth increases taxable income. Our economic growth before the pandemic brought unemployment down to historically low levels.

Start your discussion by responding to these questions:
Do you think that tax cuts increase economic growth and taxable income so much that tax revenue increases?
Or do you think that tax cuts reduce tax revenue? Explain your answers.
Be sure to respond to at least one of your classmates’ posts and share your thoughts about their opinion.

Week 9
The Federal Reserve Bank ("the Fed") is the central bank of the United States. One of its jobs is to manage the money supply. Sometimes it increases the money supply. Sometimes it decreases the money supply.

Start your discussion by responding to these questions:
Name at least one action that the Fed could take to reduce the money supply and raise interest rates.
Given our current economy, would you recommend that the Fed reduce the money supply and raise interest rates, or expand the money supply and lower interest rates? Please explain.
Be sure to respond to at least one of your classmates’ posts and discuss whether their response is similar to yours.

Last but not least
Week 10

There is often talk in the recent news about increasing tariffs on some imports. Watch your instructor’s video, Incidence of a Tariff, to prepare for this week’s discussion.
Start your discussion by responding to these questions:
When the United States puts tariffs on imports, who do you think ultimately pays these tariffs? Is it the foreign companies selling the import, American consumers, or both? Explain your answer.
Is it good or bad for American consumers when the United States puts tariffs on imports?
Be sure to respond to at least one of your classmates’ posts and discuss their explanation of who will ultimately pay these tariffs.