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Long-run consequences of stabilization policies

AP Macro: MEA (BI), MEA‑2 (EU), MOD (BI), MOD‑1 (EU), MOD‑3 (EU), POL (BI), POL‑1 (EU), POL‑3 (EU), POL‑4 (EU)
AP Macro: POL (BI), POL‑1 (EU), POL‑1.F (LO), POL‑1.F.1 (EK), POL‑1.F.2 (EK)
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Fiscal and monetary policy in parallelLesson summary: Fiscal and monetary policy actions in the short run
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AP Macro: MOD (BI), MOD‑3 (EU), MOD‑3.A (LO), MOD‑3.A.1 (EK), MOD‑3.A.2 (EK), MOD‑3.A.3 (EK), MOD‑3.A.4 (EK), MOD‑3.A.5 (EK), MOD‑3.B (LO), MOD‑3.B.1 (EK), MOD‑3.B.2 (EK), MOD‑3.B.3 (EK)
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Phillips curveChanges in the AD-AS model and the Phillips curveLesson summary: the Phillips curve
AP Macro: POL (BI), POL‑3 (EU), POL‑3.A (LO), POL‑3.A.1 (EK), POL‑3.A.2 (EK), POL‑3.A.3 (EK)
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Quantity theory of money Lesson summary: money growth and inflation
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Money growth and inflationGet 3 of 4 questions to level up!
AP Macro: POL (BI), POL‑3 (EU), POL‑3.C (LO), POL‑3.C.1 (EK), POL‑3.C.2 (EK), POL‑3.C.3 (EK), POL‑3.C.4 (EK)
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Crowding out Lesson summary: crowding out
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AP Macro: POL (BI), POL‑3 (EU), POL‑3.B (LO), POL‑3.B.1 (EK), POL‑3.B.2 (EK), POL‑3.B.3 (EK)
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Deficits and debt Lesson summary: Deficits and debts
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Deficits and debtsGet 3 of 4 questions to level up!
AP Macro: MEA (BI), MEA‑2 (EU), MEA‑2.B (LO), MEA‑2.B.1 (EK), MEA‑2.B.2 (EK), MEA‑2.B.3 (EK), MEA‑2.B.4 (EK), MEA‑2.B.5 (EK), MOD (BI), MOD‑1 (EU), MOD‑1.C (LO), MOD‑1.C.1 (EK), POL (BI), POL‑4 (EU), POL‑4.A (LO), POL‑4.A.1 (EK), POL‑4.A.2 (EK), POL‑4.A.3 (EK)
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Economic growth through investmentUnderstanding economic growth The aggregate production function and growthChanges in the aggregate production functionLesson summary: Economic growth
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Return on capitalLesson summary: Public policy and economic growth
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About this unit

In this unit, you'll build on your understanding of the effects of fiscal and monetary policy actions and to examine the concept of long-run economic growth. Topics include short-run and long-run Phillips curves, the quantity theory of money, and crowding out.
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