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Macroeconomics

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Roger A. Arnold
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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Roger A. Arnold
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ISBN: 9781337617390
Chapter 10.4, Problem 2ST
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What happens in the economy if total expenditures (TE) are greater than total production (TP)?

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The economy when the total production is higher than the total expenditure.

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Firms are the producers who make the products and the total production of the economy refers to the aggregation of all the individual production of the firms in the economy. Similarly, the total expenditure of the economy refers to the aggregation of all the expenditures of the consumers in the economy.

When the total expenditure is higher than the total production in the economy, the demand for goods and services in the economy would be higher than the supply of goods and services in the economy. As a result, there will be a supply shortage in the economy, which leads to fall in the business inventories below the optimal level...

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