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Chapter_14_Key_Question_Solutions - 14-1(Key Question) What...

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Unformatted text preview: 14-1(Key Question) What is the basic determinant of (a) the transactions demand and (b) the asset demand for money? Explain how these two demands can be combined graphically to determine total money demand. How is the equilibrium interest rate in the money market determined? Use a graph to show the impact of an increase in the total demand for money on the equilibrium interest rate (no change in money supply). Use you general knowledge of equilibrium prices to explain why the previous interest rate is no longer sustainable.(a) The level of nominal GDP. The higher this level, the greater the amount of money demanded for transactions. (b) The interest rate. The higher the interest rate, the smaller the amount of money demanded as an asset.On a graph measuring the interest rate vertically and the amount of money demanded horizontally, the two demands for the money curves can be summed horizontally to get the total demand for money. This total demand shows the total amount of money demanded at each interest rate. The equilibrium interest rate is determined at the intersection of the total demand for money curve and the supply of money curve.Qmi1iDm 0Dm1SmAmount of money demanded and suppliedRate of interest, i(percent)With an increase in total money demand, the previous interest rate (i...
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This note was uploaded on 07/14/2010 for the course ECON 1 taught by Professor Bergstrom during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.

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