By the end of this chapter, students should be able to:
- Describe the strongest evidence for the reduced-form model that links money supply growth to inflation.
- Explain what the aggregate supply-aggregate demand (AS-AD) model, a structural model, says about money supply growth and the price level.
- Explain why central bankers allow inflation to occur year after year.
- Define lags and explain their importance.
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