This video teaches the concept of Aggregate Supply. Aggregate supply shows the total (or aggregate) production of final goods and services available at a range of price levels for final output during a stated period of time.

Key Concepts

Aggregate Supply (AS), Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Monetary Policy, Unemployment, Business Cycles

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