MPŠ

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MPŠMinistarstvo Poljoprivrede, Šumarstva I Vodnoga Gospodarstva (Ministry of Agriculture, Forestery and Water management, Croatia)
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Fiscal expansions have stimulated domestic investments, but huge trade deficits were created because the marginal propensity to save, [alpha], was smaller than the marginal propensity to invest, [gamma], such that dNX = dS - dI = ([alpha] - [gamma])dy < 0.
We have derived a more general conclusion in our synthesized model in that although the initial trade restriction policy will create a trade surplus to boost the GDP, whether dNX > 0 or < 0 will depend upon whether the marginal propensity to save exceeds the marginal propensity to invest, i.
Signs of 44 and 45 are positive and negative respectively, if the marginal propensity to save, (1 - [C.
3) Next we introduce slope dummies to see a shift in marginal propensity to save (MPS).
The marginal propensity to save (MPS), calculated at the mean value of household income, is found to vary from 0.
In addition, it is shown that the marginal propensity to save out of anticipated labour income is positive under quite general conditions.
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