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Economics explained


The macroeconomy

Aggregate supply

Aggregate supply

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The aggregate supply refers to the ability of the economy to produce goods and services.

Aggregate supply is positively related to the price level. This is because a price rise will make more profitable sales and encourage organisations to increase their output.

Economists sometimes distinguish between

short-run aggregate supply (SRAS) and

long-run aggregate supply (LRAS).

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