Author Kates (School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, RMIT University, Australia) takes many opportunities to demonstrate the flaws behind the concept of aggregate demand; however, because aggregate demand is part of the foundation of economic theory, he explains the theory of aggregate demand in the same way that might be found in any other introductory text.
What does AD stand for?
AD stands for Aggregate Demand (economics)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Asset prices drop, lowering household net worth and consumer sentiment enough that aggregate demand drops and a recession ensues.
6 m by August 2005, aggregate demand for 14 major markets rose by 2.
He said: 'To ensure that aggregate demands are met, it is essential that natural resources are supplemented with recycled and secondary aggregates.
A recent article in this journal by Professors Saltz, Cantrell, and Horton questioned the validity and existence of the aggregate demand curve in macroeconomics.
The softening in the growth of aggregate demand that emerged this spring has been prolonged in large measure by weakness in financial markets and heightened uncertainty related to problems in corporate reporting and governance.