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Which of the following can cause supply-side inflation? Suppose that an economy is initially producing at the full-employment level of output. Now suppose there is a reduction in the money supply. Other things being equal we can expect What will be the result in a growing economy if increases in aggregate demand outpace rightward shifts of the long-run aggregate supply curve? When the economy is in long-run equilibrium, the price level adjusts so as to equate which two values with one another? What pattern would you observe in an economy in which aggregate demand is increasing but in which long-run aggregate supply remained the same? Steadily improving improvements in technology, other things being equal, will result in When the aggregate demand curve shifts ________ than the long-run aggregate supply shifts rightward, the result will be inflation. What would likely happen to the long-run aggregate supply curve if the U.S. federal government increases marginal tax rates on wages? Which of the following would unambiguously generate inflation?If long-run economic growth is not accompanied by a change in aggregate demand, the result will be