Economics Unit 2 - How the macroeconomy works

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At what point does macroeconomic equilibrium occur?
AS = AD
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What is aggregate demand?
Total demand of all goods and services in an economy at a given time period
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What is the equation for aggregate demand?
C + I + G + (X - M)
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What is aggregate supply?
The total amount of goods and services that produces are willing and able to supply at a given price
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What are the causes for a shift in the SRAS?
Subsidies and Cost of production
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What are the causes for a shift in the LRAS? (PIIL)
Productivity, Investment, Innovation, Labour market
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What is the multiplier effect?
A change in 1 of the components of AD, leads to a multiplied final change in the level of GDP
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What is the accelerator effect?
Investment levels are related to the rate of change of GDP
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What is saving?
Income that is not consumed
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What is investment?
An addition to the capital stock
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