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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Productivity, Overnight Rate, Capital Formation

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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Overnight Rate, Canada Act 1982, Inflation Targeting

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Monetary policy: refers to actions that the bank of canada takes to affect the macroeconomic performance of the economy. The ba(cid:374)k of ca(cid:374
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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Absolute Advantage, World Trade Organization, International Trade

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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Output Gap, Monetarism, Tax Wedge

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Excessive growth of aggregate demand is one cause of inflation, any slow in growth will shift the supply curve inwards, creating stagflation, phillips
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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Monetary Policy, Liquidity Trap, Monetary Base

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Nominal gdp is always proportional to money stock: the quantity theory of money assumes that velocity is approximately constant. In that case: equation
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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: International Trade, Devaluation, Aggregate Demand

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In a free market, exchange rates are determined by supply and demand; only at the equilibrium exchange rate is there no tendency for the exchange rate
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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Credit Union, Chartalism, Fiat Money

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Banks play a strategic role in the financing of aggregate spending and, therefore, in the determination of aggregate demand. Bank run: occurs when many
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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Disposable And Discretionary Income, Consumer Spending, Aggregate Demand

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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Capital Formation, Potential Output, Stabilization Policy

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Chapter 7: eco(cid:374)o(cid:373)ic growth theory a(cid:374)d policy. Growth policy: ensuring that the economy sustains a high long-run growth rate of
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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Gross Domestic Product, Frictional Unemployment, Potential Output

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Macroeconomic policy strives to achieve rapid and reasonably stable growth while keeping both unemployment and inflation low. Only rising productivity
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ECO 1302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Gross Domestic Product, Mixed Economy, Progressive Tax

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The labour, machinery, buildings, and natural resources used to make outputs. The goods and services that consumers and others want to acquire. A measu
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ECO1302 Chapter 14: The Debate Over Monetary and Fiscal Policy

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Chapter 14: the de(cid:271)ate over monetary and fis(cid:272)al poli(cid:272)y. The main advocate of monetarism as an alternative explanation of how mo
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