Intended or planned investment, Managerial Economics

Intended or planned Investment

Expenditure on investment depends on business expectations on the chance of making profits and on the availability of funds for the purchase of producer goods.  Although business expectations re complex in nature, a rough approximation is that the expectations on profits rise or fall in direct response to movements in the GNP this year increases businessmen expect an increase in planned consumption expenditures, and hence profits to increase next year.

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