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Chapter11LectureNotesSAK - Explaining Fluctuations with the...

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Unformatted text preview: Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression Homework Intermediate Macroeconomics Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Applying the IS-LM Model Instructor Geoffrey Williams Rutgers University June 18, 2009 Instructor Geoffrey Williams Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression Homework Outline 1 Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Linking Monetary and Fiscal Policy 2 IS-LM and Aggregate Demand IS-LM to Aggregate Demand IS-LM in the Short Run and Long Run 3 Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression The Data The Spending Hypothesis Money Hypothesis I Money Hypothesis II IS-LM in other recessions 4 Homework Instructor Geoffrey Williams Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression Homework Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Linking Monetary and Fiscal Policy Government Purchases Instructor Geoffrey Williams Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression Homework Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Linking Monetary and Fiscal Policy Taxes Instructor Geoffrey Williams Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression Homework Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Linking Monetary and Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Instructor Geoffrey Williams Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression Homework Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Linking Monetary and Fiscal Policy The impact of a tax increase: Scenario 1 Instructor Geoffrey Williams Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression Homework Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Linking Monetary and Fiscal Policy The impact of a tax increase: Scenario 2 Instructor Geoffrey Williams Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression Homework Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Linking Monetary and Fiscal Policy The impact of a tax increase: Scenario 3 Instructor Geoffrey Williams Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression Homework Fiscal Policy Monetary Policy Linking Monetary and Fiscal Policy Using the Model for Policy Analysis Instructor Geoffrey Williams Chapter 11: Aggregate Demand II Explaining Fluctuations with the IS-LM Model IS-LM and Aggregate Demand Applying the IS-LM model to the Great Depression...
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