Macroeconomics Fifth Edition STEPHEN D. WILLIAMSON Washington University in St. Louis. Editor in Chief: Donna Battista Creative Art Director: Jayne Conte ... Macroeconomics / Stephen D. Williamson. – 5th ed. p. cm. ISBN-13: 978-0-13-299133-9 ISBN-10: 0-13-299133-0 1. Macroeconomics. I. Title. HB172.5.W55 2014 339–dc23 2012041186File Size: 5MB
Description: 2.2. The nancial market - Shifts of the LM curve What happens if the nominal money supply increases? Real money supply goes up Demand for money should go up too, to maintain equilibrium: the interest rate must decrease For any level of output, the corresponding level of interest rate is now lower,!downward shift of the LM curve..
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