Macro: Unit 2.1 -- Aggregate Demand - YouTube
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In this step you'll learn about aggregate demand in macroeconomics. Aggregate demand is defined as the total demand for all goods and services by all consumers across the aggregate economy. It includes the goods and services in domestic real GDP that consumers, firms, government and foreign consumers are willing and able to purchase at various price levels. There are four determinants of aggregate demand: consumer spending, investment spending, government spending and net exports."
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