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Chapter 20 Vocabulary.docx

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Chapter 20 Vocabulary intermediate goods – all outputs that are used as inputs by other producers in a further stage of production final goods – goods that are not used as inputs by other firms but are produced to be sold for consumption - investment, government, or exports during the period under consideration value added – the value of a firm’s output minus the value of the inputs that it purchases from other firms gross domestic product (GDP) – the total value of goods and services produced in the economy during a given time period consumption expenditure ( C ) – household expenditure on all goods and services investment expenditure (I) – expenditure on the production of goods not for present consumption inventories – stocks of raw materials, goods in process, and finished goods held by firms to mitigate the effect of short term fluctuations in productions or sales capital stock – the aggregate quantity of capital goods fixed investment – the creation of new plant and equipment depreci
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