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You may need to do some math but the OECD database does have the data that you need to construct MPC by country. As a reminder MPC can be calculated as the change in consumption (ΔC) divided by the change in income (ΔY). For consumption the OECD data series you would need is "Household spending"


The multiplier comes from the solution to the goods market equilibrium. In economics everything is endogenous. Increase in income increases consumption that increases demand, demand increases production and production increases income. However, as an echo in a cave the initial increase in income gets 'weaker' as it cycles through the economy and the result 1/...


But I don't believe that the plot will shift like this in response to such bad news, it seems to contradict what I learned about microeconomic autonomous spending (I believe that the same must be true for aggregate autonomous spending). It's spending that you just WON'T reduce, they are too critical. You will tap into your savings, you will borrow or ask for ...


total intermediate consumption is the difference between gross output (sales or receipts, which can include sales to final users in the economy or sales to other industries (intermediate inputs) and Value added GDP (total market value of all final goods and services produced). This difference would be called intermediate inputs which are goods and ...

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