Investment, Managerial Economics

Investment 

Investment is the process of increasing the productive capital stock of a country, or can be defined as the production of goods not for immediate consumption.  The investment function is the relationship [expressed in mathematical or diagrammatic form] between planned investment and the real interest rate.

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