A reduction in the demand for money is the equivalent of a(n) ______ in velocity and will shift the aggregate demand curve to the _______© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 8:05 am ad1c9bdddf
This solution states whether a reduction in the demand for money is the equivalent of an increase or a decrease in the velocity of money, and whether such a reduction will shift the aggregate demand curve to the left or the right.
Macro Economics: Money and Growth
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I used to think that for growth to take place, banks had to lend out more than they had (fractional reserve, credit) and that this would lead to an increase in aggregate demand and production. Apparently, however, if velocity of money increases we can also have growth. Does this mean that if the money supply never increased (credit via banks stopped altogether) that the aggregate demand and subsequent growth to meet that demand could still occur?View Full Posting Details