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  Forex Glossary - financial and investment terms
Aggregate demand - "Aggregate demand" is the term used to describe the total demand for goods and services in the economy.
Aggregate risk - An "aggregate risk" is the size of exposure of a bank to a single customer for both spot and forward contracts.
Aggregate supply - An "aggregate supply" is the total supply of goods and services in the economy from domestic sources (including imports) available to meet aggregate demand.
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  Aggregate demand - Information from Reference.com
In economics, aggregate demand is the total demand for final goods and services in the economy (Y) during a specific time period.
An aggregate demand curve is the sum of individual demand curves for different sectors of the economy.
In Marxian economics, the equation of aggregate demand with expenditure on GDP or GNP is rejected as false, on conceptual and statistical grounds.
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  Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Aggregate supply and aggregate demand is an attractive framework because it is simple, with the same structure as supply and demand.
However, the assumptions behind aggregate supply and aggregate demand are totally different from those behind supply and demand, that is, aggregate supply and aggregate demand curves are not obtained by adding up all the supply and demand curves in an economy.
So far the expositions of aggregate supply and aggregate demand have been fuzzy about what is fixed in the short run that is not fixed in the long run.
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 Aggregate demand: A Glossary of Political Economy Terms - Dr. Paul M. Johnson
Aggregate demand: A Glossary of Political Economy Terms - Dr. Paul M. Johnson
demand schedules for all the millions of different goods and services produced in a country's national economy.
macroeconomic theorist can make similarly good use of an aggregate demand schedule or aggregate demand curve as a means for analyzing the relationship between the various possible grand totals of all goods and services purchased in the national economy (as measured by their total monetary value in the form of a national product estimate like
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 Principles of Macroeconomics - Section 7: Business Cycles, Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Aggregate demand is effective in changing economic growth only when aggregate demand is shifting along the relatively flat part of aggregate supply.
Aggregate demand was reaching the vertical portion of the aggregate supply curve.
Once aggregate demand reaches the area of potential output (the steep part of the aggregate supply curve), the Fed will fine-tune the growth rate of aggregate demand to equal the growth rate of potential output or aggregate supply.
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 Supply and demand - Knowmore
The theory of supply and demand is important for some economic schools' understanding of a market economy in that it is an explanation of the mechanism by which many resource allocation decisions are made.
In this case the good demanded is actually prestige, and not a car, so when the price of the luxury car decreases, it is actually changing the amount of prestige so the demand is not decreasing since it is a different good (see Veblen good).
Even with downward-sloping demand curves, it is possible that an increase in income may lead to a decrease in demand for a particular good, probably due to the existence of more attractive alternatives which become affordable: a good with this property is known as an inferior good.
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 Aggregate demand, uncertainty and oil prices: the 1990 oil shock in comparative perspective
The structure of this paper is based on the three basic channels through which aggregate demand factors may influence the response of the economy to an increase in oil prices.
In particular, we compare demand conditions prevailing in mid-1990 - factors such as capacity constraints, inflation and wage pressures and business conditions - with those prevailing prior to the two oil shocks in the 1970s and assess whether they tended to be more or less favourable.
Finally, we consider the aggregate demand policy responses to previous oil shocks, in their fiscal and monetary dimensions, and evaluate the role they played in determining the ultimate pattern of output and inflation.
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Demand pull inflation is attributable to a rightward shift of the aggregate demand curve.
Any initiating shift of aggregate demand in a market economy is likely to induce a subsequent opposite-direction shift of short-run aggregate supply as people "wake up" to what is happening to their incomes and costs of living.
A decrease of Aggregate Demand relative to Aggregate Supply results in inventory accumulation and softer market prices; if prices are sticky downward the brunt of the adjustment must be borne by falling output and employment of labor and material inputs.
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The demand curve is a visual representation of the behavior of buyers in a market while the supply curve is a visual representation of the behavior of sellers in a market.
The aggregate demand curve, meanwhile, represents the behavior of the buyers of those goods and services - the households that buy groceries and the firms that buy computers and the government that buys military hardware and the Europeans who buy US produced machine tools.
For example, the AD curve is directly affected by the size of the population and the individual components of demand that affect the non financial markets as well as developments in the financial markets.
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 Aggregate Supply and Demand   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Explain that the events you are about to describe will initially cause aggregate supply or aggregate demand curves to increase or decrease, or lead to a movement along the aggregate supply and aggregate demand curves without causing them to shift.
Recognize that, for shifts in aggregate demand, the effects on the price and output levels will depend on whether aggregate demand intersects aggregate supply in the horizontal, vertical, or positively sloped range of that curve, as discussed in the Appendix to this lesson.
Aggregate supply and aggregate demand analysis deals with all of the productive resources in an economy; with all of the spending by households, businesses, and the government; with monetary and fiscal policies; and with international trade— all at the same time!
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 Egwald Economics: Microeconomics and Macroeconomics
The models of section B. are based on the macroeconomics aggregates of the Canadian economy.
I also derive the aggregate demand for products as a function of the price level by including the effect of the price level on the money market.
The equilibrium between aggregate demand and aggregate supply in the model determines the price level, the level of employment, the money wage rate, the amount of output, and the values of the other macroeconomic aggregates determined in the IS-LM model of the economy.
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 Working Paper: The Phillips Curve and Aggregate Demand-Supply Analysis
Since in a growing economy both Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply are continually increasing (shifting rightward), the relative paces of increase are critically important to the rate at which the price level increases or decreases.
Figure 6 shows that when Aggregate Demand is accelerating and Aggregate Supply is stable (or increasing at a slower pace), real output increases and the price level rises at an accelerating rate.
This is illustrated in the righthand panel of Figure 8 by the movement along PC from point C to point D. Circumstances similar to this occurred during 1974-75, 1980-82, and 1990-92 when the movement seemed to be to the southeast beyond the tops of the spirals in Figure 5.
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 Economics, 5th Ed.: Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
Real GDP is the total quantity of goods and services produced in the domestic economy in a given time period, while aggregate demand is the relationship between the average price level and the quantity demanded of all goods and services demanded.
Aggregate demand is the total quantity of goods and services produced in the domestic economy in a given time period, while real GDP is the relationship between the average price level and the quantity demanded of all goods and services.
A change in aggregate demand can only occur if a factor other than the price level, such as government puchases, were to change.
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 Aggregate Demand
Aggregate demand (AD) is the total demand for goods and services produced in the economy over a period of time.
Aggregate planned expenditure for goods and services in the economy = C + I + G + (X-M) Consumers' expenditure on goods and services: This includes demand for durables and non-durable goods.
A rise in exports adds to aggregate demand and therefore boosts national output.
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Aggregate Demand (AD) is then a function of the price level (P) and the relation between the two can be expressed in the form of a schedule.
Therefore, their capacity to spend is likely to increase and demand for goods may actually rise, instead of falling, or may at least remain constant even with a rise in price level.
For this reason, the inverse relationship (downward sloping curve) of the aggregate demand curve cannot be explained with the same reasoning as that of the individual demand curve.
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 Economics Interactive
Their spending plans are interdependent, and are combined in an Aggregate Demand curve.
Aggregate Demand curve depicts a negative relationship between the price level and purchases of national output.
Foundations for the negative slopes of Aggregate Demand curves are variations on the substitution and income effects used to justify negative slopes of individual demand curves.
www.unc.edu /depts/econ/byrns_web/Economicae/Figures/AgDemand.htm   (452 words)

 Aggregate Demand Theory
Aggregate demand, also referred to as aggregate spending, or aggregate expenditure, is the total demand for economic output in an economy at a given price level.
Aggregate demand theory asserts that the total demand for economic output in an economy helps to determine the level of economic output and growth.
According to the aggregate demand theory, economic output will be reduced if total demand and consumption decreases.
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 Aggregate Demand
The total amount of goods and services demanded in the economy at a given overall price level and in a given time period.
Normally there is a negative relationship between aggregate demand and the price level.
Aggregate demand is the demand for the gross domestic product (GDP) of a country, and is represented by this formula:
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 Citations: Aggregate Demand Management in Search Equilibrium - Diamond (ResearchIndex)
When she calls, she is given information on how to contact one other agent, selected randomly from the population registered at the agency.
Instead, observe that a necessary condition for type i and j agents to match with each other is that at least one unmatched agent of each....
14 In this section we show that the addition of aggregate cost shocks to such a model leads to a unique prediction, in which the low output equilibrium is played too often.
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 Renshaw: Essay 8
The theory of aggregate demand and supply was invented by macro economists to better enable one to understand inflation.
One way to arrive at an aggregate demand curve is to start with IS and LM equations that are expressed in current dollars and combine them so as to eliminate the rate of interest.
The "flattish" nature of the aggregate supply function can be validated to some extent, however, by examining first differences in the year-year growth rates for real GDP and its deflator during years containing recessionary troughs in economic activity.
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Aggregate demand management could be as useful in dealing with situations in which aggregate demand was too high (and thus inflation was rising) as with situations in which aggregate demand was too low.
The first was that demand for investment was extraordinarily and pointlessly volatile as business leaders and investors attempted the hopeless task of trying to pierce the veil of time and ignorance.
The idea that positive steps had to be taken to diminish aggregate demand, and thus create the potential savings that would finance the war effort, was a remarkable shift in the way in which the British Treasury had traditionally thought.
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 The aggregate supply curve
Aggregate demand curve DD and aggregate supply curve SS intersect at point E, where real GDP is $6,000 billion and the price level is 100.
As you can see by manipulating the aggregate demand-aggregate supply diagram, if aggregate demand is shifting out at the same time that aggregate supply is shifting in, there will certainly be inflation, but the inflationary gap may not shrink.
While aggregate demand in excess of potential GDP is not the only possible cause of inflation, it certainly is the cause in our example.
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 Aggregate Demand and Supply   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The decline in the demand for US exports and the increase in demand for foreign imports caused the AD curve to shift to the left.
Aggregate supply is separated into two relations -- on for the short run and one for the long run.
The extent of demand pull inflation will depend on where the economy is operating: at low levels of output (horizontal range of AS curve), increases in AD do not generate much inflation, but when the economy is booming and near full capacity, increases in AD will generate inflation.
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 Aggregate Supply and Demand
Aggregate demand is the amount people will spend, or money multiplied by velocity.
If P is 2, Q will be 105, if P is 3, Q will be 70, if P is 5, Q will be 42, etc. When graphed with axes of price level and transactions, aggregate demand has the form of a rectangular hyperbola.
Because it assumes there are no adjustment problems, the aggregate supply curve is the vertical line shown in the graph above as the T curve.
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 15 Aggregate Demand and Aggregate Supply
The downward slope of the aggregate demand curve shows that a fall in the price level raises the overall quantity of goods and services demanded.
According to the model of aggregate demand and aggregate supply, the output of goods and services and the overall level of prices adjust to balance aggregate demand and aggregate supply.
The are three theories explaining the upward slope of short-run aggregate supply:  the misperceptions theory, the sticky-wage theory, and the sticky-price theory.
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 Aggregate Demand
n Aggregate demand is the total quantity of output demanded at alternative price levels in a given time period, ceteris paribus.
n Shifts in the consumption function are reflected in shifts of the aggregated demand curve.
n An upward shift of the consumption function implies an increase (a rightward shift) of the aggregate demand.
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