Estimating the level of output for the target year, Microeconomics

MRP Technique - Estimating the Level of Output for the Target Year

Taking into account several parameters of economic growth such as past trends, present as well as proposed investments at the macro-level, population pressures, etc. the desired target of economic growth in terms of GDP per capita for a given year in future will be set.

The GDP per capita of the accounting year will be taken as base year. The year for which a desired GDP is targetted is the target year. Increases in output required to fill up the gap will be computed taking into consideration the growth rate of population.

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