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A-Level Economics advertising aggregate demand assets average cost curve balance of payments Bank of England behaviour borrowing cash Chapter circular flow commodity consumer consumption consumption function currency demand curve deposits determined developing countries domestic economic growth economists effect efficiency elasticity of demand equal equilibrium examine example exchange rate expenditure exports factors of production finance firm firm's fixed full employment higher households important increase individual industry inflation inflationary injections interest rates investment Keynesian labour level of output long run marginal cost marginal revenue market structure maximising measures ment monetarist monetary money supply monopolist monopoly national income oligopoly oligopoly markets operations organisation output level perfect competition Phillips curve price level problem profits purchase quantity raise reduce reserves result rise sell share shareholders shift short-run supply curve theory tion trade unemployment unit wages