Economic Growth and LRAS- Macro Economic Growth in the Short-run and Long-run 3 months ago   02:59

Jacob Clifford
In this video I show how LRAS can shift causing economic growth. Keep in mind that a changing in consumption or government spending doesn't lead to more output in the long run if there is not an increase in capital. To permanently produce more output we need more investment in capital, tools, and machinery.

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If interest rates go up, does that always mean that growth decreases, causing a triple-shift to the left?
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Puxin Sun
Why doesn't an increase in government spending leads to more machineries and economic growth? I think the government can improve the infrastructure and stuffs like that to increase overall productivity which may also lead to a shift in long-run supply curve?
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Why no talk of consumer spending?
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Economic Growth in the Short-run and Long-run Economic Growth and LRAS- Macro 3 months ago   15:18

In this lesson we'll have a close look at two different types of economic growth: short-run "actual" growth and long-run "potential" growth. We'll illustrate the two types of growth in both a PPC and an AD/AS model and discuss the sources of economic growth.

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