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MARKET SHOCK: A disruption of market equilibrium (that is, a market adjustment) caused by a change in a demand determinant (and a shift of the demand curve) or a change in a supply determinant (and a shift of the supply curve). A market shock can take one of four forms--an demand increase, demand decrease, supply increase, or supply decrease. An increase is seen as a rightward shift of either curve and results in an increase in equilibrium quantity. A decrease is a leftward shift of either curve and results in a decrease in equilibrium quantity. However, a change in demand results in price and quantity to change in the same direction, while a change in supply causes equilibrium price to move the opposite direction as quantity.

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Lesson 14: Aggregate Supply | Unit 1: The Concept Page: 3 of 20

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  • Aggregate supply as one side of the aggregate market (the AD/AS model) that's used to analyze macroeconomic problems such as recessions, unemployment, and inflation, that might plague our economy.
  • How aggregate supply is the combined production of goods and services coming from our factors of production.
  • A few thoughts on the price level and it's role in the supply of aggregate real production.

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LONG-RUN TREND

The pattern of potential real gross domestic product of an economy based on full employment of available resources. The long-run trend is commonly represented as a positively-sloped line in a diagram depicting business-cycle phases. This slope captures the economy's expansion in its production possibilities resulting from increases in the quantity and quality of resources.

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