Keynesian Sticky Price Model Revision Sheet

Why does Household Consumption Rise by Less than Countrywide Consumption?

Here is a revision sheet showing the Sticky Price Model in equilibrium. It demonstrates how a demand-derived economy determines how much labour is needed using only the interest rate and Output Supply (IS) Curve. Here we assume that the Central Bank fixes the interest rate.

What if Monetary Policy fixes the money supply instead?

Then we use the IS LM Model

What if prices are not sticky?

Compare the Keynesian Sticky Price Model to the Dynamic Macroeconomic Model with flexible prices

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