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Jayanta Ghosh shared a link to the group: Economics.

precisely thts what Japan has been doing for last 2 decades n YEN is the lowest denomination currency. similarly USA can print as much as it wants n USD will become as low as YEN
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COMMITTEE ON THE BUDGET, HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, MARCH 2, 2005 Paul Ryan: "Having personal retirement accounts is another way of making a future retiree's ...

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Waqar MunirN KA

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Naveed MattaniGDP Mean Gross Domestic Products . GNP mean Gross National Products ..

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Aditya Shuklagdp is related to geographical area, meaning the total production within a country or state.. while gnp is related to the citizens means the total production done by citizens of a country within the boundry of a country or abroad

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Aman GuptaGNP minus abord income =GDP

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Qasim WazirGDP+foreign income =GNP

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Sajida HassanGDP OUTPUT BY THOSE who live in thair country and GNP means production by the whole nation ieither thy wqrk in there own country or fargion countries

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Avnesh Kumar GuptaGNP=GDP+NIFA

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Josphat MachaguaGDP is the measure of the Market value of a nation's output in a specific time period (Financial year) within that nation geographic boundaries while Go-to sleep national output is the measure of the total output of a Nation's citizens within and without the geographic boundaries.In short GDP measures output in a nation i.e Kenya which includes output by foreigners while GNP is the output of the nation's citizens wherever they are minus output of foreign expatriates in the nation.

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Josphat MachaguaGDP+NIFA=GNP NIFA-Net factor Income from Abroad.

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Sarathlal PsThe difference b/w GDP and GNP is NFIA

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Nomalanga ZimvuNet factor from abroad

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Dolan DasGNP=GDP+Net Factor Earnings from abroad

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Dolan DasGDP includes factor income of normal residents of a country as well as income of non resident of the country....but GNP does not include Factor income of non resident of the country....it includes only factor income earned by normal residents of the country..

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Deepthi PraveenGDP means total value of goods produced and services provided in a country within one year. GNP means GDP plus net income from foreign investment

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Paul RobbThe middle letter.

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Sehrish IrfanGross domestic product and gross national product

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Sehrish IrfanGdp is aggregate of all the goods nd services produced within the country's boundary line.... Where as gnp is the aggregate of all the investment consumption government expenditure and net exports (x-m) of a country....

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Dar ShabirGDP does not includes net factor income from abroad whereas GNP includes it.

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Chatterjee AyanGDP+NFIA = GNP , wherein NFIA= Factor income from abroad - factor income to abroad.

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Aswathi MVGross National product -GNP Gross Domestic Product-GDP

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Hareesh AdanurGDP - Gross Domestic Products GNP - Gross Net Products.

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Anisa WaniGDP - The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is an estimated value of the total worth of a country’s production and services, within its boundary, by its nationals and foreigners, calculated over the course of one year. Hence, GDP = Consumption + Investment + Government Spending + Exports –Imports. GNP - The Gross National Product (GNP) is an estimated value of the total worth of production and services, by citizens of a country, on its land or on foreign land, calculated over the course of one year. Hence, GNP = GDP + NR (Net income inflow from assets abroad or Net income Receipts) - NP (Net Payment outflow to foreign assets)

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Seema GuptaGNP is market value of all final goods and services produced by normal residents of a country during a financial year including consumption of fixed capital. Kindly don't confuse between 'normal resident' and 'citizen'

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Prashant UjlayanGDP - is the total production which occurs in the territory of republic of India . It doesn't matter who owns the business GDP concerned about where the production accurs . GDP includes the production of companies setup by foreign nationals in India. GNP on other hand is total production of Indians nationals. GNP is concerned with who owns the business. It excludes the production of the foreign companies in India, but it includes the production of companies setup by Indian Nationals in foreign countries

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last 10 yrs average growth rate is @2% but USA claims near full employment. normally full employment takes at @4% growth rate = the fallacy is underemployment n underwage for most of the new jobs created over last 8 yrs of recovery ... See MoreSee Less

last 10 yrs average growth rate is @2% but USA claims near full employment. normally full employment takes at @4% growth rate = the fallacy is underemployment n underwage for most of the new jobs created over last 8 yrs of recovery ... See MoreSee Less

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Qazi Qasieconomics is the Science,study or knowledge of economizing

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Prince LawngeenWhat is economising?

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Qazi Qasiکفایت شعاری کرنا

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Prince LawngeenTnxx

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Prince Lawngeen💖

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Qazi Qasisimply economizing means how you manage your income to fulfill your needs

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Prince LawngeenThank u BrooO

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امجد اقبال خٹکThe study of how to optimally allocate and utilixze scarce resources.

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Naveed MattaniEconomics is a value-free, theoretical science of human action (praxeology) under the condition of scarcity.

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Sajida Hassanthe knowledge by which u fulfil ur unlimited desire by limited sourses

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Avnesh Kumar GuptaEconomics is nothing but a science which deals with adjustment between limited resources and unlimited desires to buy.

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Mir Zehrithe study of limited resources and unlimited wants

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Syed Sdm Hussainthe science of wealth according to Adam smith

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Tony PivettaThe study of human action, specifically as it relates to allocating scarce resources in the face of unlimited wants.

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Azhar UL DeenEconomics is a study of maximization of scare resources

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Samuel MjEconomics determine the value of Human contribution (#Natural_Chrematistics) vs all other actors (#Unnatural_Chrematistics) between the producer and the buyer.

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Samuel MjHumanism

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Samuel MjWages

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Samuel MjPersonnel

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Sagar BishwakarmaEconomics is abuse of mathematical models which fails to analyze the real functioning of an economy. Economics is science (well, people say it) that provides employment to economists. I think this is enough.

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Josphat MachaguaEconomics is the science and art of utility maximization of scarce resources subject to particular constraints.

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Seeker BibashEconomics is the part of social science which deals with the study of production, distribution and consumption of good and services. Economics ultimately focus on the study of how to make people happy, satisfied and to create people's wellbeing.

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Qadir ShaikhEconomics deals with allocation of scare resources to fulfill unlimited wants.

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Eric Craig HandleyEconomics is a social science which first of all brings the world together, one of the most culturally diverse cirriculums to study. Economics is about how scarcity creates value, how an abundance creates value to decline. Economics is beautiful.

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USA: INTEREST SERVICING : at present weighted average cost of capital is @3% for 110% debt> it consumes 30% of Tax Revenue. if fed rates go up to @2.5% WACC will be @%% consuming 67% of Tax Revenue.
for an economy growing @2% , interest payments is @2% now
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The State is simply an ego-driven institution with the intention of control and therefore it is designed to gain power so it can be in control. It wants to eliminate other States and it also wants to eliminate voluntary social cooperation. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sajida Hassanya islam also likes social coopration

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USA: INTEREST SERVICING : at present weighted average cost of capital is @3% for 110% debt> it consumes 30% of Tax Revenue. if fed rates go up to @2.5% WACC will be @5% consuming 67% of Tax Revenue.
for an economy growing @2% , interest payments is @2% now
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Evan PatrickPray for hyperinflation! (sarcasm included)

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What is the process of establishing a new financial intermediary (bank) from scratch ? Which team does one assemble for such a business endeavour ? ... See MoreSee Less

What is positive consequences of exchange rate depreciation on exports and imports and stock market? ... See MoreSee Less

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Zenon Raiin my knowledge , if exchange rate is depreciated or devaluated , country can expand their foreign market.it is bacause foreigner consumer are able to buy more quantities if goods by same money income...through which there will be quantity demanded of goods..... but it has no positive impact in import. it also help ti atract foreign invest in the country if there is lack of capital foreign capital can be atraacted ...

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Zenon RaiChina has been expanding export by this method

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Video tutorial # 23 of Economics Guider is
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This tutorial explains what is phillips curve, short run phillips curve and long run phillips curve. You will also learn all the details about phillips curve shifts and movements. Please subscribe for more tutorials. Thanks

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Andile ButterCan someone plz share the Phillips curve pic plz

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Dear students,
Are you interested in consulting, finance, or investment banking? The student-hosted “Campus for Finance – WHU New Year’s Conference 2018” is taking place in Koblenz, Germany on January 17 & 18, 2018.
This year’s topic is “Omnipresent Uncertainty – Chasing the Narrow Path Between Risk and Opportunity”. To discuss this diverse subject with politicians and industry leaders, we have invited top-class speakers, such as Dr Julian Deutz (CFO, Axel Springer), Johan van Overtveldt (Minister of Finance, Belgium), and Carsten Kengeter (CEO, Deutsche Börse).
Our conference offers a variety of engaging presentations and workshops and the unique chance of networking with representatives of well-known companies such as Accenture Strategy, Bain & Company, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, The Boston Consulting Group, HSBC, Rothschild, and many more.
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Hello people. I need this book’s pdf. It’s 3rd edition. Thank you

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Krishna K. JenaSearch in Google, preferably in pdfdrive website.

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Anika Mahjabin FerozUseful information. Thanks (y)

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Zenon Raithanks for sharing

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Navin KumarThnkyu!!

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Shilpa Gupta👌👍👍

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Matty StaffordGreat research man, thx for sharing.

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Dereje GetnetI think the first one is appropriate for Eth

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