Macro Economics
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Macro Economics


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Keynesian economics provided explanation for the problem of the Great Depression. The Great Depression of the year 1930 was the effect of the failure of aggregate demand in the economy according to Keynes. The loss of the confidence of the investors in the economy resulted in the fall of the market prices of stocks along with the subsequent fall in the investment purchases. The consumption expenditure of the society experienced a downfall through the multiplier effect. The firms in supplying goods and services are motivated by spending. The pessimistic attitude of the customers and the investors results in less spending in the economy. The focus shifts from expenditure to save more of the current income for future spending. Thus in reacting to this less expenditure on the part of the

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