Evaluate nominal wages, Macroeconomics

Q. Evaluate Nominal wages?

Nominal wages

W = (W/P).P

The nominal wage is equal to the real wage times the price level.

Because the real wages W/P is determined in labor market and P is determined by quantity theory of money, we can also determine nominal wage in classical model: W = (W/P).P. From the labor market, Say's Law and quantity theory, now we have determined W, P, Y and L. We can also illustrate how all these four are determined concurrently: 

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Figure: Determination of W, P, Y and L

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