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Why growth of national income in current prices during inflation not measured in poor sections and poverty alleviation programs?

Here 1) dwindles means reduce, smaller. Here is my doubt: If inflation fluctuates how can we use the word 'dwindles', what it means here? 2) Why the growth rate during inflation not measured in poor ...
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Can't we measure the growth in the income levels of poor?

Inflation has been a challenging aspect of policymaking. In such situations growth in the income levels of the population living below the poverty level can never be measured accurately (due to ...
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The range of inflation dwindles means? [on hold]

Basically, inflation has been a challenging aspect of policymaking in India because of its level (i.e., range in which it dwindles) and stability (how stable it has been). Here dwindles means what?
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Differences between GVA and NVA?

I have studied these 1) Gross value added= value of output- intermediate consumption. 2) Net value added= gross value added- depreciation. But how could we say "Net value added = Gross value of output ...
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Consumer's side and producer's side

GDP gives the picture from the consumers’ side, while GVA gives the picture from the producers’ side. By definitions of both GDP and GVA "the amount of goods and services PRODUCED in an economy in a ...
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How to Find Real Disposable Income for Iran?

I'm doing a project for my macro course, and I'm trying to find real disposable income for Iran over a 25 year period. In my course Disposable income, $Y_d = Y - T$, where $Y$ is output (income) and $...
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Why does Denmark have such a huge disparity between its income and wealth Gini coefficients?

(After-transfer) income inequality and wealth inequality are obviously not the same thing, but I would intuitively expect that, all else equal, they would be reasonably well correlated across ...
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please help describe a) what exactly is the Paradox of Profits , b) what is the argument of these papers exactly

here are 3 papers that discuss it. it seems to me that the paradox is that, supposing a closed economy has money M raised through bank loans, then, while that economy can create goods and services and ...
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World Inequality Database: Top 10% Income Share U.S. vs. Top 10% Average Income

I want to use the U.S. data from the World Inequality Database for a VAR analysis. However, I am confused as to why the series for the top 10% income share only runs back to 1962, while the series for ...
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Start year and coming year

Here which is start year and which is the coming year??If the starts the year for ex: 2018-19 then coming year is 2019-2020 right? Actually my doubt is about if a firm's inventory 100 at 2018-19 ...
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Change in inventory

Inventory change=last period's ending inventory- the current period's ending inventory. Change in inventory= production of the firm during the year- sale of the firm during the year No doubt in (1) ...
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Inventory based question [closed]

"If a firm produces 1000 shirts (finished products), expecting to keep an inventory of 100 shirts at the end of the year." Here Why a firm keep an inventory of 100 shirts ? What is the need of it? ...
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National income referred as GDP?

National Income is the total value of all services and goods that are produced within a country and the income that comes from abroad for a particular period, normally one year. Gross Domestic ...
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How is Aggregate Supply(Willing) equal to National Income(Actual)?

Acc. to definition of Aggregate Supply It is the total value of final goods and services that the producers are willing to supply in country . Definition of National Income It is the value of ...
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How can Factor Income paid to abroad be negative?

There was a question in my book in which the factor income paid to abroad was given as negative . I guess here negative means that we are not paying but receiving from them but how can it happen that ...
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Can Autonomous Consumption be Greater than Income of individual?

Autonomous consumption is done either through past savings or by borrowing money or selling asset to have minimum consumption in order to survive. So can autonomous consumption be greater than our ...
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Why don't we draw National Income Curve(45 deg. line) simultaneously with graph for Saving Function?

When we talk about Consumption Function , we draw the 45 degree line of Income or Aggregate supply curve simultaneously. But while graphing saving function , we don't show Income curve (45 deg. line) ...
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Does National Savings equal zero in a closed economy? Please give an economic intuition

Context: $Y -(C+I+G) = X - M$ In a closed economy, $(X-M) = 0$ Notations Y --> Income/Output C,I,G --> Consumption, Investment and Government expenditure respectively. X --> Exports M --> ...
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Marginal propensity to consume and multiplier effect

Recently I had a conversation with a certain person (call her X) about the marginal propensity to consume (and about the multiplier effect). With marginal propensity to consume I mean $c_1$ as a part ...
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Why Does National Data Usually Cite Average Income Rather than Median Income?

When I try to look into standard of living in a given country, I try to find median income figures. I can almost never find them. Instead, all of the data I can find is about average income, GDP per ...
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What will be the effect on velocity of money when demand for real money increases?

Suppose that a change in government regulations allows banks to start paying interest on checking accounts. The money stock is the sum of currency and demand deposits, including checking accounts. (...
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Does GNI change once it has been published?

From what I understand, GNI is published for the last year once the year has ended I am trying to have a look at the GNI for Korea for the past couple of years The official GNI is published by ...
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Why real wage equals marginal product of labor when return to scale is constant?

I can understand that real wage will equal MPL(marginal product of labor) when MPL is diminishing, because firms will employ more labor until MPL falls to real wage. While, if MPL is constant, ...
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How GDP by expenditure and GDP by income method are same in this case?

Suppose I earn factor wage ₹1000 in the year 2018 and I pay a tax of ₹100 to the government. So GDP by income method is ₹1000 as we ignore transfer payments. Now if I spent all my 900 on domestic ...
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GDP Identity:Why does $\text{C+S+T = C+I+G+(X-M)}$?

$$\text{C+S+T = Y = C+I+G+(X-M)}$$ where: $\text{Y}$ is GDP $\text{C}$ is Private consumption $\text{S}$ is Private savings $\text{T}$ is net taxes $\text{I}$ is investment $\text{G}$ is ...
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GDP per capita growth of Asia [closed]

This graph shows that South Korea, Malaysia, China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh started around the 1970s. Income of South Koreans rocketed while Malaysia and China seem like they couldn't live up to ...
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Estimating national intangible wealth

I seem to recall reading about the following research regarding "national intangible wealth" (IIRC): For each country, compute the GDP. Convert the GDP to "total national capital" using an interest ...
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Is the BEA double counting benefits in Personal Income?

The BEA (US Bureau of Economic Analysis) that produces the GDP and GDI also prepares a summary of Personal Income for the nation. In that it includes employer contributions for both private pensions ...
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Is unemployment benefit part of national income measurement?

Since unemployment benefit is a form of government spending, which is a component of aggregate expenditure, then shouldn't unemployment benefits be part of national income measurement?