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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supply_shock

A supply shock is an event that suddenly increases or decreases the supply of a commodity or ... A supply shock can cause stagflation due to a combination of rising prices and falling output. ... When there is a supply shock, this has an adverse effect on aggregate supply: the supply curve shifts left (from AS1 to AS2), while ...

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can lower inflation, but at the cost of ... As a result, the long-run Phillips curve is .... 1. An adverse shift in aggregate supply… An Adverse Shock to Aggregate.

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As a result, the long-run Phillips curve is vertical .... Adverse changes in aggregate supply can worsen the short-run ... inflation resulting from demand shocks.

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Supply shocks can be negative (decreased supply) or positive (increased supply) ; ... the supply of a product or a commodity, resulting in a sudden change in its price. ... Assuming aggregate demand is unchanged, a negative supply shock in a ...

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Apr 4, 2012 ... Similarly, when economists talk about a negative demand shock to the .... shows how this result can be used to derive the aggregate demand.

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Aggregate Demand Shocks and Macroeconomic Stabilization Policies; 3-2.3. ... be due to major technological change-- could be positive, could be negative. ... Let me show you the results of a study of an increase in oil prices on GDP and ...

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When the Aggregate Supply curve shifts, we can get very different results in the ... Often in response to a severe negative supply shock (such as an oil shock), ...

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Basically, anything that drastically and immediately decreases the cost of output is considered a positive supply shock. Examples of adverse supply shocks are ...

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The theory of aggregate supply is one of the most controversial in .... increase combined with a decrease in the unemployment rate is most likely the result of ... an adverse supply shock,, an increase in unemployment can be avoided but only  ...

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Nov 25, 2006 ... Thus, negative supply-side shocks can cause declines in both potential ... behaviour generates a second round of price increases, resulting ...