Circular flow – circulation of goods, Macroeconomics

Figure below demonstrates a more developed version of the circular flow. In this figure we see how goods flow through various sectors of the economy.

Figure

Money in the circular flow

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  • In addition to private sector we now comprise the Government and Rest of the World in this model.
  • finished goods in goods market are divided into 4 categories: private consumption going to private sector, public consumption for the government (health care, defense, education and so on), investment going to firms and export to rest of the world. To this flow we should now add imports from the rest of the world.
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