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A glitch in the IS-LM model

Many top economists use the IS-LM model to support low interest rates. The LM curve of the IS-LM model is built upon a model of financial markets. In the graph above, money supply has been pushed far to the right to keep interest rates low. The model implies that the money supply would eventually have […]
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