Say you are the manager of a store selling refrigerators

Say you are the manager of a store selling refrigerators (or any other good you may choose). Pick one scenario: Scenario 1: Aggregate Demand exceeds Aggregate SupplyThe demand and therefore the sale of your refrigerators increase unexpectedly. As you experience an increase in sales of your goods, everyone else in the economy is experiencing the same increase in demand for goods and services. Business inventories are being depleted. What are some possible reasons why there is this increase in AD? Explain in detail what this disparity between aggregate demand and aggregate supply would cause.

Say you are the manager of a store selling refrigerators

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Say you are the manager of a store selling refrigerators (or any other good you may choose). Pick one scenario:
Scenario 1: Aggregate Demand exceeds Aggregate Supply
The demand and therefore the sale of your refrigerators increase unexpectedly. As you experience an increase in sales of your goods, everyone else in the economy is experiencing the same increase in demand for goods and services. Business inventories are being depleted. What are some possible reasons why there is this increase in AD? Explain in detail what this disparity between aggregate demand and aggregate supply would cause.