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Assume that the position of a nation's aggregate demand curve has not changed, but the long-run equilibrium price level has declined. Other things being equal, which of the following factors might account for this event?

a. increase in labor productivity
b. a decrease in the capital stock
c. a decrease in the quantity of money in circulation
d. the discovery of new mineral resources used to produce various goods
e. a technological improvement

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    Hummmm. I think that a, d, and e could be factors that might account for this event.

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