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aggregate supply classical model in congo

aggregate supply classical model in congo

This chapter introduces the macroeconomic model of aggregate supply and aggregate demand how the two interact to reach a macroeconomic equilibrium and how shifts in aggregate demand or aggregate supply will affect that equilibrium This chapter also relates the model of aggregate supply and aggregate demand to the three goals of economic ... As a leading global manufacturer of crushing equipment, milling equipment,dressing equipment,drying equipment and briquette equipment etc. we offer advanced, rational solutions for any size-reduction requirements, including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete plant plan.

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    Fig 3 illustrates the classical aggregate supply theory by plotting price of commodities on the vertical axis and their aggregate supply on the horizontal axis The graph is a vertical line because price of output and aggregate supply of commodities are unrelated At every point on this line labour demand equals labour supply

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    Most economists believe that the classical model is the appropriate model for analysis of the economy in the a long run because evidence indicates that money is not neutral in the long run According to the aggregate demand and aggregate supply model in the long run a decrease in the money supply leads to a decreases in both the price

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    An increase in money supply from M1 to M2 leads to a shift in the aggregate demand curve from AD to AD’ This is because the classical model employs the Quantity Theory of Money MV PY where M is the money supply V is the velocity of money in circulation P is the level of price and Y is the output

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