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Hi I'm doing A level economics, i have started to learn about aggregate supply, however in economics there are two models of the aggregate supply curve by two different theories. which are the classical model and keynesian. Question is which theory model do I learn? Im on the course edexcel B. Thanks
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Hi I'm doing A level economics, i have started to learn about aggregate supply, however in economics there are two models of the aggregate supply curve by two different theories. which are the classical model and keynesian. Question is which theory model do I learn? Im on the course edexcel B. Thanks
Im doing Edexcel B too. And you learn both but in the Exam you use classical. Good luck!
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Im doing Edexcel B too. And you learn both but in the Exam you use classical. Good luck!
Thank you for the help!
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