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A Teaching Topic in Fiscal, Monetary and Tax Policy 

Monetary and Fiscal Policy and Aggregate Demand

This topic examines the causes and consequences of aggregate demand shocks in the economy. It introduces students to the major tools of monetary and fiscal policy that are available to policymakers as they attempt to respond to significant drops in aggregate demand and discusses the advantages and limitations of different policy options.

 

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