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The Nature of the ADAS Model Based on the ISLM Model

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  • B Bhaskara Rao

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The aggregate demand and supply model (ADAS) is interpreted as a synthesis of the Keynesian and neoclassical models. It uses the ISLM model, without explaining its nature, to derive aggregate demand (AD). It is combined with an aggregate supply (AS) curve to explain price- inflation and output dynamics. This paper argues that neither the AD nor AS curve is conceptually the same as its microeconomic counterpart and ADAS is not a synthesis. In fact ADASimplies that discretionary policy is necessary and that price changes do not perform their traditional negative feedback function.

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  • B Bhaskara Rao, 2005. "The Nature of the ADAS Model Based on the ISLM Model," Macroeconomics 0510001, University Library of Munich, Germany.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpma:0510001
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    4. Albert Mafusire & Zuzana Brixiova, 2012. "Working Paper 156 - Macroeconomic Shock Synchronization in the East African Community," Working Paper Series 432, African Development Bank.

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    eynesian and neo classical models; aggregate demand and supply; monetary policy rule; price adjustments; stabilization policy;
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