One of the more complicated ideas in economics is the development of the aggregate demand curve via two other curves: the IS (Investment-Savings) curve and the LM (Liquidity preference-Money supply) curve. I’ll break it down into four articles: Synopsis (you are here) Part 1: the IS curve Part 2: the LM curve Part 3: combining […]
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