Household, Managerial Economics

Household

This refers to all the people who live under one roof and who make or are subject to others making for them, joint financial decisions. The household decisions are assumed to be consistent, aimed at maximizing utility and they are the principal owners of the factors of production. In return for the factors or services of production supplied, they get or receive their income e.g.

  • Labour - wages and salaries
  • Capital - interest
  • Land - rent
  • Enterprise - profit
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