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On the contractive effect of exports and autonomous expenditures in some growth models.

Per Meinich

On the contractive effect of exports and autonomous expenditures in some growth models.

by Per Meinich

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Published in [Oslo] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Economics -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesMemorandum fra Sosialokonomisk institutt, Universitetet i Oslo
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB141 M45
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[15 leaves]
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18448276M

      Results indicate that imports have a significant positive effect on productivity growth but exports do not. Furthermore, the evidence reveals that the productivity-enhancing impact of imports is due to competitive pressures arising from consumer good imports and technological transfers embodied in capital good imports from developed by: 6. According to this model, when government spending rises, the aggregate demand curve shifts to the right—from AD1 to AD2— and output increases. —The intention is to take advantage of the multiplier effect by using government spending to increase Aggregate Demand and restore the economy to the Full Employment level of GDP.

      5. Given the following variables in the open economy aggregate expenditure model, autonomous consumption (C0) = , - Answered by a verified Business Tutor We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our website.5/5(K). Main Concept. According to the Keynesian model of macroeconomics, aggregate planned expenditure (PE) is determined as the sum of planned consumption expenditures (C), planned investment expenditures (I), planned government expenditures (G) and planned net exports (NX): PE = C + I + G + NX. In this model, consumption expenditure is an .

    capital and recurrent expenditures on social and community services and recurrent expenditure on transfers had significant positive effect on economic growth. Consequently, the study recommended more allocation of expenditures to the services with significant positive effect. Key Words: Analysis, Effect, Public expenditure, Economic growthCited by: So government spending is at the cost of private spending (C + I). This is known as the crowding out effect. The increase in government spending financed by selling bonds to the public raises the interest rate from r 0 to r 1 and chokes off private consumption and investment demand by an equivalent amount. A higher rate of interest discourages households to consume more.


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On the contractive effect of exports and autonomous expenditures in some growth models by Per Meinich Download PDF EPUB FB2

An increase in US exports because of increasing foreign incomes represents _____ in the US and increase in autonomous expenditure in the above table, if investment increase by 26 and 51 the equilibrium expenditure will. The Keynesian Theory Keynes's theory of the determination of equilibrium real GDP, employment, and prices focuses on the relationship between aggregate income and expenditure.

Keynes used his income‐expenditure model to argue that the economy's eq. According to the interest rate effect a higher price level results in higher interest rates, which in turn, causes a fall in consumption and investment An increase in the price level reduces the purchasing power of households' cash and bank accounts, which in turn causes households to reduce their consumption expenditures.

Recently, Dhawan and Biswal () examined the relationship between export and the economic growth in India by employing the Vector Auto-Regression (VAR) model over the period from tousing the variables of real GDP, real exports and terms of trade in the VAR model. Realistic versus Relevant Models Will study Harrod–Domar and Solow models of economic growth.

Solow’s model is thecenterof the universe for economic growth models. Will see that Solow’s model is simple yet it remains highly relevantfor economic growth. Its simplicity means that it isnotrealistic. Leaves out a Size: KB. The second view is that causality runs from economic growth to exports.

Higher productivity leads to a lower unit cost, which facilitates exports growth (Kaldor ). Economic growth affect exports growth if the domestic production increases faster than the domestic demand (Sharma and Dhakal ), Ahmad and HarnhirunShan and Tian ).File Size: KB. The main objective of the present analysis is to explore and quantify the contribution of agricultural exports to economic growth in Pakistan.

We have estimated the relationship between Gross domestic product (GDP) and agricultural and non agricultural exports for Pakistan employing Johansen co-integration technique for the period – File Size: KB. Effects of Changes in Autonomous Expenditure under Short Run Equilibrium (with diagram).

The equilibrium output and aggregate demand at fixed price and constant interest rate is derived by solving the equation Y = A/I-b. Clearly, value of Y will depend on. In this paper we consider some facts related to the models of economic growth.

A generalization of the golden rule of capital accumulation and dynamic ine ffi ciency is proposed. MODEL WITH AUTONOMOUS DEMAND EXPENDITURES Olivier Allain. Abstract. This article presents a Kaleckian model enriched by introducing autonomous public expenditure which grows at an exogenous rate.

It shows that the usual properties are not affected in the short run: growth is wage-led. But long run properties are strongly affected. between government spending and economic growth in Nigeria.

The short-run dynamics adjusts to the long-run equilibrium at the rate of 60% per annum. The policy implication is that that both the short-run and long-run expenditure has significant effect on economic growth of Nigeria.

In line with the findings, we recommend thatFile Size: KB. Exports and Economic Growth in Asian Developing Countries: Cointegration and Error-Correction Models E.M. Ekanayake*1 This paper uses cointegration and error-correction models to analyze the causal relationship between export growth and economic growth in eight Asian developing countries using annual data from to Cited by: In this contribution we intend to give a survey of models of economic growth which try to explain the growth process in market economies.

We start in the next section with a description of stylized facts of the growth process. In Section 3, we present basic exogenous growth models where we depict both a Keynesian growth model as well asFile Size: KB. Government spending and growth in a neoclassical model Keywords Neoclassical and augmented growth models Fiscal policy any effect of Cited by: 9.

in-differences estimation; and a propensity score-based specification which explicitly models selection bias. We find a highly significant persistent effect on the GDP level: a one-off expansion in our autonomous demand variable by (an average of) 5% is associated 10 years later with a GDP level around 3% higher than.

Neoclassical growth theory suggests that fiscal policy ’ s only impact is on the level of output per capita and the transition dynamics from one per capita output level to another.

On the other hand, endogenous growth models suggest that fiscal policy can. The other is autonomous expenditures, aggregate expenditures that are unaffected by the level income or production.

In other words, aggregate expenditures can be divided into: (1) a minimum or baseline amount of expenditures which, in theory, would be undertaken even if the economy had no income and (2) additional expenditures that result from. This line is the sum of autonomous investment, autonomous government purchases, and autonomous exports.

It is derived by adding autonomous exports, X, to the injections line, I + G. The next addition is imports, the foreign sector's leakage. For simplicity, let's also assume that imports are autonomous.

Click the [Imports] button to add this. in an economy, autonomous consumption expenditure is $50 billion, investment is $ billion and government expenditure on goods and services is $ billion.

The marginal propensity to consume is and net taxes are $ billion. Exports. Increase in autonomous consumption. An increase in autonomous consumption has the same effect in the upper panel as an increase in planned investment, government spending or exports, but plays out differently in the lower panel.

In the lower panel, an increase in autonomous consumption causes a downward shift in the W d schedule. The expenditure-output model or Keynesian cross diagram shows how the level of aggregate expenditure (on the vertical axis) varies with the level of economic output (shown on the horizontal axis).

Since the value of all macroeconomic output also represents income to someone somewhere else in the economy, the horizontal axis can also be.Unmanned autonomous ships are seen as a key element of a competitive and sustainable European shipping industry in future.

But even if the technology to further automate ships will principally be available at some point, this does not imply that autonomous vessels are also the superior choice for the ship by: the steady-state growth rate. In endogenous growth models, by contrast, investment in human and physical capital does affect the steady-state growth rate, and consequently there is much more scope in these models for at least some elements of tax and government expenditure to play a role in the growth process.

Since the pioneering contribu-Cited by: