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Darbas anglų kalba. Introduction. Content. List five nonincome determinants of consumption and saving. Explain how change in each of these determinants will effect the consumption and saving schedules. Explain the difference between a change in the amount consumed (or saved) and a change in the consumption (or saving) schedule. List the toll basic determinants of investment. Explain when a firm will and will not invest. Explain how to compute investment-demand curve. Explain why the relationship between investment spending and the real rate of interest is inverse. List the five noninterest determinants if investment. Explain how a change in each of these determinants will affect the investment-demand curve. Explain the two variables found in the investment schedule and two kinds of relationships that might be found to exist between these two variables. Overview of Euro zone. Situation in Lithuania. Conclusion. Terms used in the topic.

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In my topic I will analyze noincome determinants of consumption and saving. Another words, I will describe how other things, except disposable income, will influence the consumption schedule. The main nonincome determinants are: wealth, price level, expectations, consumer indebtedness and taxation.
What is more I will show the way in which nonincome determinant of consumption or saving influence consumption or saving schedule. I will stress the difference between change in the amount consumed (or saved) and a change in the consumption (or saving) schedule.
In the next section of my paper I will talk about investment. What is investment? And what are the basic determinants of investment. It appears that investment is closely dependant on expected rate of net profit and the real interest rate. Analyzing these basic determinants I will come to the conclusion when it is profitable for firm to invest and when not.
I will talk about how to compute investment-demand schedule. And explain why the relationship between investment spending and the real rate of interest is inverse.
Furthermore, I find out that there are other things that influence investment, except interest rate. They are: acquisition, maintenance, and operating costs; business taxes; technological change; the stock of capital goods on hand; expectations. Later I will show how each of these factors influence the investment demand curve.
What is more, I will explain two variables found in an investment schedule and two kinds of relationships that might be found to exist between these two variables.
Finally, I will apply the theory to the practice and will try to overview situation in Euro zone and Lithuania.

The largest component of total spending is consumption spending—spending by households for food, clothing, automobiles, education, and all the other goods and services that consumers buy. The level of disposable income is the basic determinant of the amounts households will consume and save, just as price is the basic determinant of the quantity demanded of a single product. You will recall that changes in determinants other than price, such as consumer tastes, incomes, and so forth, will cause the demand curve for a given product to shift location. Similarly, there are certain determinants other than income which might cause households to consume more or less at each possible level of DI and thereby change the location of the consumption and saving schedules.

1. Wealth. By wealth we mean assets owned by households. It includes:
Real assets (a house, automobiles, television sets, and other durables)
Financial assets (cash, savings accounts, stocks, bonds, insurance policies, pensions)
Households save in order to accumulate wealth. Other things being the same, the more wealth households have accumulated, the weaker the incentive to save in order to accumulate additional wealth.
The greater the amount of wealth households have accumulated, the larger will be amounts of consumption and smaller the amount of saving out of any level of current income. ...

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Tinklalapyje paskelbta2006-03-31
DalykasEkonominės teorijos referatas
KategorijaEkonomika >  Ekonominės teorijos
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Metai2006 m
Klasė/kursas2
Švietimo institucijaVilniaus Gedimino Technikos Universitetas
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