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What is the difference between present value and face value?

What is the difference between present value and face value? When I search this question on Google is says they're the same in some cases and different in others. It says they are the same when the ...
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Why a new startup should ask a big investment company to value them as low as possible? [duplicate]

In "Silicon Valley TV Series" (in first episode of the second season) a bunch of guys, designed a new algorithm, and asked big companies to invest in that project and value their product. At a ...
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Best resources to self-educate myself in economics

I want to learn Economics by myself and I'm looking to build a path with people who're in this field to how and in what order should I learn Economics, I did some research and I've found many ...
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Evidence on Short-term Bond ETFs vs High-interest Savings Accounts

In the Summer 2015 edition of MoneySense magazine, the article Value Hunter (Cash cows for your portfolio; by Norm Rothery PhD (Physics; York University)), recommends replacing High-interest Savings ...
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What is the relationship between the demand for loanable funds and investment?

If the demand for loanable funds decreases, investment increases because the real interest rate decreases. Isn't that a contradiction, because loanable funds are used for investment, and a decrease in ...
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Savings and investment relation to interest rate, loanable funds theory, paradox of thrift [closed]

HOw can it all be linked? I think I know but I am only a fresher so.
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Which capital accumulation is right? $K_t = (1-\delta)K_{t-1} +I_t$ or $K_t = (1-\delta)K_{t-1}+I_{t-1}$?

In a lot of models with capital, I find different variants of capital accumulation formula as follows: $K_t = (1-\delta)K_{t-1} +I_t$ or $K_t = (1-\delta)K_{t-1}+I_{t-1}$ Which one is more ...
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Does aggregate demand increase investments?

I just read that increase in aggregate demand increases investment for a given interest rate. How is it possible because when aggregate demand increases, this shifts the demand for money to the right ...
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How exactly do Participatory Notes induce volatility into the economy?

I was reading up on participatory notes. Wikipedia defines these as "instruments issued by registered foreign institutional investors (FII) to overseas investors, who wish to invest in the Indian ...
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Will the goods market be in equilbrium along the AD curve?

This is a question which was asked in the entrance to Jawaharlal Nehru University's (New Delhi) entrance for their post-grad program specializing in International Economics in 2014. Which of the ...
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Project Financing Evaluation and accounting

While evaluating the whole entrerprise value of Falck Renewables using the discounted cash flow method I end up with a negative continuing value and economic profit due to the negative spread between ...
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Capital in a credit frictions model

I won't go into detail of this model because it's really just one point that i'm confused about. This question is based on a model by Matsuyama (2007). Agents are deciding whether to invest in a ...
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Is over-valuation of a start up genuinely detrimental to the start up's future?

I recently watched S02E01 of Silicon Valley. In it, having demonstrated a breakthrough algorithm, the guys are pursued by investors with increasing funding offers. However, the founder is warned ...
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Investment = Saving relation in an open economy

I am reading the book Macroeconomics by Olivier Blanchard. It states that an alternative way of looking at an goods market equilibrium is investment = saving. In an open economy it states the ...
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Is there a theory about investors' behaviour during bubbles?

As far as I can see there are two senses in which it's 'rational' for an investor to buy during a bubble. The investor has erroneously overvalued the value of the stock/commodity. The investor is ...
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Bubble and productive investments

Is there some consenus in the literature as to what features characterize a bubble investment as distinct from a productive investment?
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Scaling Adjustment Costs

Take a cont. diff, convex and increasing cost function $c(X)$. Say you start with a stock $K$, and want to (dis)invest $I$. Many adjustment cost functions (for example, the first example on page 2 ...
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Does the amount of inward investments affect inflation?

I understand that inflation has an impact on the foreign direct investment. But can the opposite be true? The amount of foreign direct investment has an impact on the inflation of the country that ...
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Does 'ethical investing' have any effect?

Some mutual funds make a point of only investing in ethical companies (eg avoiding arms companies, polluters, human rights violators, etc). Or other organisations pressure funds to stop investing in ...
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Derive marginal productivity conditions in DW Jorgenson paper

I'm reading Jorgenson, Dale W. (1963), "Capital Theory and Investment Behavior", American Economic Review. Vol 53, No. 2, pp. 247-259. http://www.jstor.org/stable/pdfplus/1823868.pdf I would like ...
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Lower ROI because of zero interest rate

I've heard an interview with Bill Gross in which he claims that one of the problems with lower interest rate is that it leads to a lower ROI in the real economy. How can that be?
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How does economics cope with production processes that have large lumpy investment requirements?

If seems that all equations (e.g. Price elasticity of supply ) assume that there is a marginal cost of production that is nicely related to the level of output. But clearly you can’t buy half a new ...
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Real option effect of uncertainty - irreversiblity vs fixed cost

There is a growing literature (e.g. Bloom, 2009) studying negative macroeconomic impacts of heightened uncertainty. One channel through which uncertainty can discourage economic activity, and ...
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What is the effect of redirecting government tax intake to a consumer retirement saving incentive?

In New Zealand we have a retirement saving scheme called Kiwisaver. The scheme is opt in. If a consumer opts in, they must save at least 3% of their income, which they can't access until retirement. ...