We know that investment spending depends on real interest rates, yet the demand for money is dependent on nominal, not real, interest rates. Why should money demand be dependent on nominal rates?
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If you consider the investment as a physical capital that has a value, then it should be valued in read term. For example, the value of pizza oven should be evaluated in terms of how many pizza it can cook ...
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