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10th Edition
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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285859460
Chapter 8, Problem 14E
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Suppose aggregate demand increases, causing an increase in the price level but no change in real GDP. Using an aggregate demand and aggregate supply diagram, illustrate and explain how this could occur.

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The situation when an increase in aggregate demand causes no change in the output level but increases the price level, using aggregate demand and aggregate supply diagram with explanation.

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The situation, when an increase in aggregate demand causes no change in the output level but increases the price level, is only possible when there is also a decrease in the aggrega...

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