The aggregate supply curve represents levels of output that producers are willing to sell at
A) each level of the real interest rate.
B) each level of real GDP.
C) each price level.
D) each inflation rate.
What are the seven key factors that cause the aggregate demand curve to shift?
Most economists believe that changes in the price level have
A) no effect on the quantity of output supplied in either the short run or the long run.
B) an effect on the quantity of output supplied in the short run, but not in the long run.
C) an effect on the quantity of output supplied in the long run, but not in the short run.
D) an effect on the quantity of output supplied in both the short run and the long run.
Most economists believe that the short-run aggregate supply curve
A) slopes down.
B) slopes up.
C) is a vertical line.
D) is a horizontal line.