Transfer payments, Managerial Economics

Transfer Payments

Are any payments made to households by the government that are not made in return for the services of factors of production i.e. there is no Quid pro Quo.  Such payments do not lead directly to any increase in output and for this reason they are not included in the nation GNP.

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