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Refer back to the table in Figure 30.7 in the previous chapter. Suppose that aggregate de

Refer back to the table in Figure 30.7 in the previous chapter. Suppose that aggregate de

 Refer back to the table in Figure 30.7 in the previous chapter. Suppose that aggregate demand increases such that the amount of real output demanded rises by $7 billion at each price level. By what percent will the price level increase? Will this inflation be demand-pull inflation or will it be cost-push inflation? If potential real GDP (that is, full-employment GDP) is $510 billion, what will be the size of the positive GDP gap after the change in aggregate demand? If government wants to use fiscal policy to counter the resulting inflation without changing tax rates, would it increase government spending or decrease it?

Abhinav 05-Dec-2019

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