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In economics, it is the quantity supplied of all goods and services (Real GDP or Gross Domestic Product) produced in an economy over a given time period. If you are a Keynesian economist you think aggregate supply is determined by the level of aggregate demand. But if you are a classical economist you like Say's Law (that is aggregate supply is determined by supply-side factors. "Supply creates its own demand")

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