Intuition as to why high real interest rates lead to low investment and why low rates lead to high investment
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Introduction to the Investment/Savings curve
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Assignment 02 Sem 02 2011
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Why an increase in government spending leads ot a decrease in investment spending in the AS-Ad mdoel. It is also know as crowding out.

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This video goes over the causes, intuition, and equations behind the possible causes of shifts for the IS and LM curves in the IS/LM model.
Each shift of the IS curve is explained and explored in detail. We also go over the impacts on the graph and the intuition behind it.
The possible shifts for the LM curve are also explored and discussed in detail. Each resulting equilibrium is found and discussed to make sure understanding is clear.
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Starting off with the classical economy model in the long run graph in equilibrium, (aka the Aggregate Model, the Market for Loanable Funds) we shock investment demand. Showing what happens to real interest rates and investment given an increase in investment demand (0:25), and then given a decrease in investment demand (4:52).
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How a change in fiscal policy shifts the IS curve
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Difference between every day and economic notions of investment and consumption
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Difference between a movement along the IS-curve and a shift of the IS-curve
It is necessary to distinguish between a movement along a given IS curve and a shift of this IS curve. There is a movement along an IS curve if the interest rate changes. A shift of the IS curve is caused by a change in any of the autonomous factors that changes the demand for goods and the equilibrium level of output and income, given the interest rate. These autonomous factors are factors like government spending, taxation, consumer and investor confidence.

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This clip presents a standard graphical derivation of the IS/LM model. The IS curve collects all equilibria of the goods market; the LM curves equilibria of the financial market.

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Welcome to the Real Quickienomics. You are watching the full version of EC1002 Introduction to Economics Chapter 10 Lesson 5 - Investment - Savings Equilibrium.
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- Detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to derive the IS curve using the Keynesian Cross Diagram
- The IS curve can be affected in 3 ways: Movement, Shift, and Rotation. How do we determine what factors affect the IS curve?
- A useful way to determine how an IS curve is affected: The Mathematical Approach to deriving the IS curve, including the 4 simple steps to do so
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The relationship between interest rates and investment spending

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Register StudyKhazana and Get 200Rs. Use REFERRAL CODE:- JRUUD In this video, you will learn:
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In this video I explain the money market graph with the the demand and supply of money.
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How the theory of liquidity preference drives demand for money and the LM (liquidity preference-money supply) curve
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What happens to the variables if government spending changes.
Take, for instance, an increase in government spending. At each and every interest rate, the demand for goods and the equilibrium level of output and income are higher than before. This is indicated by a rightward shift of the IS curve. At the same interest rate government spending is higher, the demand for goods therefore increases and the level of output and income is higher. Since the level of output and income is higher the level of consumption spending and investment spending is higher. All the other autonomous spending components are unchanged.

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lostmy1

We deal with the IS LM Model to find the effect of an increase in government spending. First, we derive the IS and LM Curves given the increase in G. This leads to a shift in the IS Curve. Then we calculate the new equilibrium interest rate (r*) and output/income (Y*). Then we use the IS-LM diagram to investigate the effect of the fiscal expansion. And we end with some intuition.
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Consider the economy of Hicksonia.
http://youtu.be/_19w5dcGhCo?t=2m30s
a. The consumption function is given by:
C=200+0.75(Y-T)
The investment function is:
I=200-25r
Government purchases and taxes are both 100. For this economy, graph the IS curve for r changing from 0 to 8
http://youtu.be/_19w5dcGhCo?t=5m30s
b. The money demand function in Hicksonia is
(M/P)^d=Y-100r
The nominal money supply is 1000 and the price level P is 2. For this economy, graph the LM curve for r ranging from 0 to 8
http://youtu.be/_19w5dcGhCo?t=9m
c. Find the equilibrium interest rate r and equilibrium level of income Y.
http://youtu.be/vx6w5JFIjzw d. Suppose that government purchases are raised from 100 to 150. How does the IS curve shift? What are the new equilibrium interest rate and level of income?
http://youtu.be/b28lsOUFOtw e. Suppose instead that the money supply is raised from 1000 to 1200. How does the LM curve shift? What are the new equilibrium interest rate and level of income?
http://youtu.be/yBBpE8PzoKU f. With the initial values for monetary and fiscal policy, suppose that the price level rises from 2 to 4. What happens? What are the new equilibrium interest rate and level of income?
http://youtu.be/5EPvwarCqDA g. Derive and graph an equation for the aggregate demand curve. What happens to this aggregate demand curve if fiscal or monetary policy changes, as in part (a) and (e)?
from Mankiw's Macroeconomics (8th ed) - Aggregate Demand Part 2 (Chapter 12) - Problem 3
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Investors should observe the Federal Reserve’s funds rate, which is the cost banks pay to borrow from Federal Reserve banks.
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The investment function - interest rates and output

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Graphical derivation of an IS curve
In this video clip the IS curve is derived using a numerical example. It is assumed that a decrease in the interest rate from 10% to 8% increases investment spending by 50. In the goods market diagram this increases the vertical intercept by 50 and given a multiplier of 5 the increase in the equilibrium income is 250 (from 1500 to 1750). From this information an IS curve can be plotted showing combinations of the interest rate and level of output where the goods market is in equilibrium

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In this problem, we use the IS-LM diagram to investigate the effect of fiscal and monetary policy mixed. That is, what is the effect of shifts to both the IS Curve and LM Curve on equilibrium interest rate (r*) and output/income (Y*), given changes to government purchases or taxes, and given changes to the money supply.
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Monetary policy and fiscal policy often change at the same time.
0:55 a. Suppose that the government wants to raise investment buy keep output constant. In the IS-LM model, what mix of monetary and fiscal policy will achieve this goal?
0:42 b. In the early 1980s, the US Government cut taxes and ran a budget deficit while the Fed pursued a tight monetary policy. What effect should this policy mix have?

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economicurtis

We deal with the IS-LM Model to find the effect of a monetary expansion. First, we derive the IS and LM Curves given the increase in M. This leads to a shift in the LM Curve. Then we calculate the new equilibrium interest rate (r*) and output/income (Y*). Then we use the IS-LM diagram to investigate the effect of the increase in the money supply. And we end with some intuition.
More Macroeconomics Problems: https://sites.google.com/site/curtiskephart/ta/intermediate-macro-solutions
___________________________________________________________
Consider the economy of Hicksonia.
Consider the economy of Hicksonia.
http://youtu.be/_19w5dcGhCo?t=2m30s
a. The consumption function is given by:
C=200+0.75(Y-T)
The investment function is:
I=200-25r
Government purchases and taxes are both 100. For this economy, graph the IS curve for r changing from 0 to 8
http://youtu.be/_19w5dcGhCo?t=5m30s
b. The money demand function in Hicksonia is
(M/P)^d=Y-100r
The nominal money supply is 1000 and the price level P is 2. For this economy, graph the LM curve for r ranging from 0 to 8
http://youtu.be/_19w5dcGhCo?t=9m
c. Find the equilibrium interest rate r and equilibrium level of income Y.
http://youtu.be/vx6w5JFIjzw d. Suppose that government purchases are raised from 100 to 150. How does the IS curve shift? What are the new equilibrium interest rate and level of income?
http://youtu.be/b28lsOUFOtw e. Suppose instead that the money supply is raised from 1000 to 1200. How does the LM curve shift? What are the new equilibrium interest rate and level of income?
http://youtu.be/yBBpE8PzoKU f. With the initial values for monetary and fiscal policy, suppose that the price level rises from 2 to 4. What happens? What are the new equilibrium interest rate and level of income?
http://youtu.be/5EPvwarCqDA g. Derive and graph an equation for the aggregate demand curve. What happens to this aggregate demand curve if fiscal or monetary policy changes, as in part (a) and (e)?
from Mankiw's Macroeconomics (8th ed) - Aggregate Demand Part 2 (Chapter 12) - Problem 3
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How effective an expansionary fiscal policy is in the IS-LM model to increase the level of output and income will depend on what happens to investment spending during this process.
If investment spending is very sensitive to the interest rate -- in other words a small rise in the interest rate will cause relative large decrease in investment spending then fiscal policy is less effective since the increase in government spending causes an increase in the interest rate which decreases investment spending. Government spending is now crowding out investment spending.
The less sensitive investment spending is for a change in income and output the less is the increase in investment spending for a given change in income and output. While government spending increases the level of output and income it does not bring about a significant increase in investment spending.
Fiscal policy is therefore less effective in increasing the level of output and income the greater the interest sensitivity of investment spending and the less sensitive investment spending is for a change in income.

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An increase in the interest rate decreases investment spending since investment spending is negative function of the interest rate. A decrease in investment leads to a decrease in the demand for goods, and through the multiplier effect, the level of output and income decreases. As the demand for goods and output decreases, both consumption spending and investment spending decrease, and the multiplier process comes into operation.

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Examples showing how various factors can affect interest rates
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Movement along an IS curve
This video clip summarises and captures what happens to the different variable (the interest rate, investment spending, demand for goods , consumption spending, government spending and income) in the model as you move along the IS curve.
• Investment spending is different because of different interest rates and level of output.
• The demand for goods is different because investment spending and consumption spending are different.
• The level of income is different because the demand for goods differs.
• Consumption spending is different because the level of income differs.
• All autonomous variables remain unchanged.
A movement from point 1 to point 2 therefore indicates that as the interest rate declines, investment spending, the demand for goods and the equilibrium level of output and income increase.

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How government borrowing could have negative effects on investment and economic growth by "crowding out" private borrowers/investors in the loanable funds market. AP(R) Macroeconomics on Khan Academy: Macroeconomics is all about how an entire nationÕs performance is determined and improved over time. Learn how factors like unemployment, inflation, interest rates, economic growth and recession are caused and how they affect individuals and society as a whole. We hit the traditional topics from an AP Macroeconomics course, including basic economic concepts, economic indicators, and the business cycle, national income and price determination, the financial sector, the long-run consequences of stabilization policies, and international trade and finance. About Khan Academy: Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. We tackle math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more. Our math missions guide learners from kindergarten to calculus using state-of-the-art, adaptive technology that identifies strengths and learning gaps. We've also partnered with institutions like NASA, The Museum of Modern Art, The California Academy of Sciences, and MIT to offer specialized content. For free. For everyone. Forever. #YouCanLearnAnything https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=khanacademy.
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This video lesson discusses investment demand. There is an inverse relationship between interest rates and the quantity of investment demanded. A change in the overall business conditions will move the investment demand curve to the right or left.

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The challenge is to derive an IS curve given the following information:
A decrease in the interest rate from 6% to 4% increases investment spending by 200.
The multiplier is 5.
In the goods market model the vertical intercept is 800 before the decrease in the interest rate from 6% to 4%.

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In this video. I explain the most important graph in most introductory macroeconomics courses- the aggregate demand model. In this video I cover aggregate demand (AD), aggregate supply (AS), and the long run aggregate supply (LRAS). Make sure that you feel comfortable drawing it and showing the economy at full employment, with a recessionary gap, and with an inflationary gap. Thanks for watching. Please subscribe!
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Showing how a change in government spending can lead to a new equilibrium
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A new econ video every Tuesday! In this video I explan the two multipliers that you will see in a standard macroeconomics course: The Spending Multiplier and the Money Multiplier. *Note* I didn't mention that the tax multiplier is always negative.
give you a few practice questions so be sure to pause the video and try it on your own. Don't freak out about the math. Most courses don't require that you actually understand the math behind geometric series, but you do need to know the equaltions. Thanks for watching. If you want me to keep making more videos, please subscribe.
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Jacob Clifford

An EMPC VMOU Production
Prof. Narayan Sinha
Economist

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In this video I explain the most important graph in your macroeconomics class. The aggregate demand and supply model. Make sure that you understand the idea of the long run aggregate supply and how to draw a recessionary gap and inflationary gap. Keep in mind that the "long run" is not a specific amount of time. The long run refers to enough time for resource prices (like wages) to adjust when there is a change in price level.Thanks for watching. Please subscribe.
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Jacob Clifford

Understanding how aggregate demand is different from demand for a specific good or service. Justifications for the aggregate demand curve being downward sloping
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A video introducing the Aggregate Expenditure Model developed by John Maynard Keynes.

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Kyle Purpura

A simple model that explans how shifts in the supply of national savings and demand for borrowing to finance investment influence interest rates.

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Mike Dennis

This clip shows in simple examples how fiscal and monetary policy works in the IS/LM model. A combination of fiscal and monetary policy -- the policy mix -- can be used to achieve macroeconomic policy goals.

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Department of Economics

An increase in the interest rate decreases investment spending since investment spending is negative function of the interest rate. A decrease in investment leads to a decrease in the demand for goods, and through the multiplier effect, the level of output and income decreases. As the demand for goods and output decreases, both consumption spending and investment spending decrease, and the multiplier process comes into operation.

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In this problem, we're given equations that describe this economy, we're asked to explain each part of each equation, then derive the IS Curve and calculate the LM Curve. We graph the IS curve and LM curve diagrams. Then - using the IS and LM equations we just solved for - we find the equilibrium interest rate (r*) and real-income/real-output (Y*).
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~ 1:19 a. Identify each of the variables and briefly explain their meanings
~ 5:43 b. From the above list, use the relevant set of equations to derive the IS curve. Graph the IS curve on an appropriately labeled graph.
~ 9:13 c. From the above list, use the relevant set of equations to derive the LM curve. Graph the LM curve on the same graph you used in part (b)
~ 10:30 d. What are the equilibrium level of income and equilibrium interest rate?
From Mankiw's Macroeconomics (8th ed) Aggregate Supply Part 1 (Chapter 11) Problem 6
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This problem deals with the IS LM model - Given equation descriptions of consumption, investment and money demand - and given values for government purchases, taxes, the money supply, we calculate the IS Curve, we build the LM Curve, and we find equilibrium output (or income, or Y*) and the equilibrium interest rate (r*).
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Consider the economy of Hicksonia.
2:30 a. The consumption function is given by:
C=200+0.75(Y-T)
The investment function is:
I=200-25r
Government purchases and taxes are both 100. For this economy, graph the IS curve for r changing from 0 to 8
5:30 b. The money demand function in Hicksonia is
(M/P)^d=Y-100r
The nominal money supply is 1000 and the price level P is 2. For this economy, graph the LM curve for r ranging from 0 to 8
9:00 c. Find the equilibrium interest rate r and equilibrium level of income Y.
http://youtu.be/vx6w5JFIjzw d. Suppose that government purchases are raised from 100 to 150. How does the IS curve shift? What are the new equilibrium interest rate and level of income?
http://youtu.be/b28lsOUFOtw e. Suppose instead that the money supply is raised from 1000 to 1200. How does the LM curve shift? What are the new equilibrium interest rate and level of income?
http://youtu.be/yBBpE8PzoKU f. With the initial values for monetary and fiscal policy, suppose that the price level rises from 2 to 4. What happens? What are the new equilibrium interest rate and level of income?
http://youtu.be/5EPvwarCqDA g. Derive and graph an equation for the aggregate demand curve. What happens to this aggregate demand curve if fiscal or monetary policy changes, as in part (a) and (e)?
from Mankiw's Macroeconomics (8th ed) - Aggregate Demand Part 2 (Chapter 12) - Problem 3
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economicurtis

Factors that might shift aggregate demand
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Khan Academy

Why bond prices move inversely to changes in interest rate. Created by Sal Khan.
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Finance and capital markets on Khan Academy: Both corporations and governments can borrow money by selling bonds. This tutorial explains how this works and how bond prices relate to interest rates. In general, understanding this not only helps you with your own investing, but gives you a lens on the entire global economy.
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Khan Academy

In this question you must derive the IS curve by assuming that the interest rate decreases. You first consider the impact of a decrease in the interest rate on investment, then what impact is has on the goods market and then you use the information plot the points to give you the IS-curve.

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