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marginal propensity to import

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  • marginal propensity to import — UK US noun [S] (ABBREVIATION MPM, ABBREVIATION MPI) ► ECONOMICS the degree to which a country changes how much it imports in relation to a change in GDP (= national income) …   Financial and business terms

  • Marginal propensity to import — The marginal propensity to import (MPM) refers to the change in import expenditure that occurs with a change in disposable income (income after taxes and transfers). For example, if a household earns one extra dollar of disposable income, and the …   Wikipedia

  • Marginal propensity to save — The marginal propensity to save (MPS) refers to the increase in saving (non purchase of current goods and services) that results from an increase in income i.e. The marginal propensity to save might be defined as the proportion of each additional …   Wikipedia

  • propensity — pro‧pen‧si‧ty [prəˈpensti] noun propensities PLURALFORM [countable] 1. a tendency to behave in a particular way: • The plastic bodied car s propensity to catch fire killed demand. 2. marginal propensity to consume ECONOMICS the relationship… …   Financial and business terms

  • Fiscal multiplier — This article is about the effect of spending on national income. For the multiplier effect in banking, see Fractional reserve banking. In economics, the fiscal multiplier is the ratio of a change in national income to the change in government… …   Wikipedia

  • Automatic stabiliser — In macroeconomics automatic stabilisers work as a tool to dampen fluctuations in real GDP without any explicit policy action by the government. The size of the government deficit tends to increase as a country enters recession, which helps keep… …   Wikipedia

  • Spending multiplier — In economics, the multiplier effect refers to the idea that an initial spending rise can lead to an even greater increase in national income. In other words, an initial change in aggregate demand can cause a further change in aggregate output for …   Wikipedia

  • Complex multiplier — The complex multiplier is the multiplier principle in keynesian economics (formulated by John Maynard Keynes). The multiplier is a rather simplistic version of this. It applies to any change in autonomous expenditure, in other words, a change in… …   Wikipedia

  • MPI — UK US noun [S] ECONOMICS ► ABBREVIATION for MARGINAL PROPENSITY TO IMPORT(Cf. ↑marginal propensity to import) …   Financial and business terms

  • MPM — UK US noun [S] ECONOMICS ► ABBREVIATION for MARGINAL PROPENSITY TO IMPORT(Cf. ↑marginal propensity to import) …   Financial and business terms

  • Automatic stabilizer — In macroeconomics automatic stabilizers work as a tool to dampen fluctuations in real GDP without any explicit policy action by the government. It is a government program that changes automatically depending on GDP and a person’s income,[1] and… …   Wikipedia