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    Can anyone please explain any factors that causes a movements along the SRAS please, +rep
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    tax, subsidy, changes in unit labour costs
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    do you mean a shift in the sras curve or a movement along it?
    cause a movement along is a change in price level.
    a shift is a change in costs, change in amount of people in the workforce etc
    lras is productivity and stuff
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    (Original post by NabilC18)
    tax, subsidy, changes in unit labour costs
    WRONG!

    OP said movement along the SRAS, meaning that it's the demand curve that's moving up or down along the SRAS

    Causes of those movement would be things like monetary policy, specifically interest rate which changes demand. An increase in interest rate would mean that people have less disposable income therefore it could cause AD curve to shift inwards, which could be shown as an upward movement on the SRAS curve
 
 
 
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