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ECO365H5
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Chapter 13
13-3
-Gross national product(GNP): is the value of all final goods and services prudced by a nation's
fac tors of production in a given time perio d
- it is the basic measure of a country's o utput, is measured by adding up the market value of all
expenditures on the final output (internal measures, the movement btw national economics)
- factors of making up GNP: the employment of labour, capital and other factors of production.
- Income approach= expenditure approach
Y(income) = C + I + G + CA
Expenditure by domestic net exp o rts=trade balance (current account)
participates
-denote: C=individu al
I= firms'
G=government's
13-4
- 4 diff types of expenditures that make up a country's GNP
- 1.Consumption 2. Investment3. Government purchases4. Current account balance
- why?
- we c annot hope to understand the cause o f a particular recession or boom w.o knowing how the
main categories of spending have changed . If so, we can't recommend a sound policy response.
- and the national income ac counts provide information essential for studying why some countries
are rich , that is, have a high level of GNP relative to population size while some are po or.
13-5
- Government spending -- is determined by politicians sometimes economy is recession.
Government still spends money for elections 9 of 10 will promise some spends that satisfied for
voters even though economy is booming. It mainly b ased on politica l reason.
- NX -- is very small amount compare to other component = export - import
For CA, expo rt is h uge, 40% of what produced in CA, M is small around 10% of GDP for CA,
increase in exchange ra te, decrease in export
-GNP - income received by Canadians (firms , individuals) for corporate, owned by individual
shareholders still belong to individuals
13-6
- more precise mea sure of national income is GNP adjusted for 1. Depresicaiton , 2. Unilateral
transfers
- Depreciation: put aside, can have same k in the future to produce out/income, replenish worn out
"k"
- NNP(net national product) + UT(unilateral transfers) -IBT( in d irect business taxes) = NI
(national income)
-ex, Toyota in Cambridge, it;s located in Cambridge bu t still count as Japan.
13-7
- GNP= A+B - residency of owners of income, and it is spending capacity
- GDP= B+C - locatio n of economic activities pro duction capacity
13-8
- Y=C+I+G+CA
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Chapter 13 13-3 -Gross national product(GNP): is the value of all final goods and services prudced by a nations factors of production in a given time period - it is the basic measure of a countrys output, is measured by adding up the market value of all expenditures on the final output (internal measures, the movement btw national economics) - factors of making up GNP: the employment of labour, capital and other factors of production. - Income approach= expenditure approach Y(income) = C + I + G + CA Expenditure by domestic net exports=trade balance (current account) participates -denote: C=individual I= firms G=governments 13-4 - 4 diff types of expenditures that make up a countrys GNP - 1.Consumption 2. Investment 3. Government purchases 4. Current account balance - why? - we cannot hope to understand the cause of a particular recession or boom w.o knowing how the main categories of spending have changed. If so, we cant recommend a sound policy response. - and the national income accounts provide information essential for studying why some countries are rich, that is, have a high level of GNP relative to population size while some are poor. 13-5
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