The Total quantity of output demanded at alternative price levels in a given time period
The total quantity of output producers are willing and able to supply at alternative price levels in a given time period
The combination of price level and real output that is compatible with both aggregate demand and aggregate supply.
Payments to individuals for which no current good or services are exhanged such as social security and welfare
Alter Aggregate demand by:
1. purchasing more or fewer goods and services.
2. Raising or lowering taxes
3. Changing the level of income transfers
The Federal budget is a tool that can shift aggregate demand and thereby:
alter macroeconomic outcomes
The total quantity of output producers are willing and able to supply at alternative price levels in a given time period.
When AD curve shifts to the right, the economy moves up the aggregate supply cruve, not:
Horizontally to the right. as a result both real output and the price level change.
As teh curve slopes upward, we must increase:
Aggregate demand by more than the size of the recessionary GDP gap in order to achieve full employment.
The amount of additional aggregate demand needed to
achieve full employment after allowing for price-level changes.
The fraction of each additioanl dollar of disposable income spent on consumption; teh change in consumpotion divided by the change in disposable income.
The impact of fiscal stimulus on AD includes both:
New govt. spending and all subsequent increases in consumer spending triggered by multiplier effects.
Intial Fiscal stimulus (AD shift) of increased transfer payment is
Injection= MPC X increase in transfer payments