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  • Role of Capital Accumulation

    development economists emphasise so much the role of capital accumulation in the development process? Capital is a factor of production that can be accumulated through investment. It can be split into at least two groups‚ physical capital and human capital. Physical capital includes the value of all existing machines‚ equipment‚ buildings and infrastructures. Human capital involves the value of productive investments embodied in the labour force. High capital per worker is likely to reflect high living standards

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  • Wealth Accumulation

    Hussman Funds - The Two Essential Elements of Wealth Accumulation Pagina 1 di 2 The Two Essential Elements of Wealth Accumulation How to make them work for you By John P. Hussman‚ Ph.D. Wealth is not acquired through addition. It is acquired through multiplication.Very few fortunes have been made by adding up paychecks and overtime. Nor are they made through a huge one-time killing in the markets. Unfortunately‚ this is the path that many investors try to follow in achieving financial security

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  • ACCUMULATION OF WEALTH

    The accumulation of capital is the gathering or amassing of objects of value as judged by one’s perceived reproductive interest group‚ the increase in wealth through‚ concentration‚ or the creation of wealth. Capital is money or a financial asset invested for the purpose of making more money (whealth in the form of profit‚ rent‚ interest‚ royalties‚ capital may also be seen as a form of capital‚ investment in one’s personal abilities‚ such as through education‚ to improve their function and therefore

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  • Testing the Effects of Human Capital Stock and Accumulation on Economic Growth in Nigeria

    promise than the black gold economy. As the global economy shifts towards more knowledge based sectors‚ for example‚ the manufacture of ICT devices‚ pharmaceuticals‚ telecommunications and other ICT based sectors‚ R & D‚ skills and human capital development becomes a central issue for policy makers and practitioners engaged in economic development both at the national and regional level (OECD‚ 1996). The study of economic growth must start with the study of the people who produce

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  • Natural resources, capital accumulation and the resource curse

    w. s c i e n c e d i r e c t . c o m w w w. e l s e v i e r. c o m / l o c a t e / e c o l e c o n Natural resources‚ capital accumulation and the resource curse☆ Richard M. Auty⁎ Department of Geography‚ Lancaster University‚ Lancaster LA1 4YB UK AR TIC LE I N FO ABS TR ACT Article history: Early concern by economists for the effect of natural capital on economic growth gave way Available online 17 October 2006 to complacency and neglect during the nineteenth century.

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  • Capital Goods

    Capital Goods INTRODUCTION: • Capital goods originally referred to the means of production. Individuals‚ organizations and governments use capital goods in the production of other goods or commodities. Capital goods include factories‚ machinery‚ tools‚ equipment‚ and various buildings which are used to produce other products for consumption. Capital goods‚ then‚ are products which are not produced for immediate consumption; rather‚ they are objects that are used to produce other goods and services

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  • Capital Market

    INTRODUCTION: ~ Capital market is the market for leading and borrowing of medium and long term funds. ~ The demand for long-term funds comes from industry‚ trade‚ agriculture and government (central and state). ~ The supply for funds comes from individual savers‚ corporate savings‚ banks‚ insurance companies‚ specialized financial institutions and government. *SIGNIFICANCE: ~ A sound and efficient capital market is extremely vital for the economic development of a nation. ~ So‚ the significance

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  • Capital Formation

    CAPITAL FORMATION CAPITAL: Capital is defined as a physical reproducible factor of production. FOUR FACTORS OF PRODUCTION: LAND‚ LABOUR‚ CAPITAL & ORGINIZATION LAND Gets Rent==►LABOUR Gets Wages==►CAPITAL Gets Interest‚ ==►ORGANIZATION Gets Profit. CAPITAL FORMATION: is the act in which society dose not consume all of its income in day to day expenses but manages to save some of its income for farther investment (Output‚ Yield)Y = Consumption (C) + Saving (S) ==► (Investment) I Y =

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  • Foreign Capital

    Foreign capital: The capital available to any country other than the domestic capital in order to finance any domestic purpose is called foreign capital. Need for Foreign Capital 1.Capital investment requirements – Since underdeveloped countries want to industrialize themselves within a short period of time‚ it becomes necessary to increase capital investment substantially. This requires a high level of savings. However‚ because of general poverty‚ the savings are very low. This creates a

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  • Growth, Capital Accumulation, and the Economics of Ideas: Catching Up vs. the Cutting Edge

    Cowen1e_CH07.pp4.qxd 4/27/09 12:32 PM Page 115 7 Growth‚ Capital Accumulation‚ and the Economics of Ideas: Catching Up vs. the Cutting Edge CHAPTER OUTLINE The Solow Model and Catch-Up Growth The Solow Model—Details and Further Lessons (Optional Section) T he Chinese economy has been growing at an astonishing The Future of Economic Growth rate. In 2006‚ GDP per capita in China grew by 10 percent. In the same year‚ GDP per capita in the United States grew Takeaway by just 2.3 percent

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