|Statement||by P. Someshwar Rao.|
|Contributions||Rao, P. Someshwar.|
theoretical and empirical discussions of the impact of demographic changes on macroeconomic variables including inflation. In Section 4, we elaborate on the data, methodology, and empirical findings on the inflation and macroeconomic impact of demographic changes. The final section concludes and offers some discussion on policy Size: 1MB. The demographic transition’s repercussions for long-term economic growth are the result of the direct effects of this on the evolution of the economically active population relative to the dependent population (first dividend) and the indirect effect of the process on the marginal propensity to save, keeping in mind the impact of internal. Downloadable! We analyse both empirically and theoretically the effects of changes in demographic structure on the macroeconomy, looking particular at their impact to medium-term trends. Our empirical exercise examines the impact of the proportion of the population in each age group, on growth, savings, investment, hours, interest rates and inflation using a panel VAR estimated from data for. Downloadable! The ongoing demographic changes will bring about a substantial shift in the size and the age composition of the population, which will have significant impact on the global economy. Despite potentially grave consequences, demographic changes usually do not take center stage in many macroeconomic policy discussions or debates. This paper illustrates how demographic variables .
The main dividing line in modern economic growth theory is that between exogenous growth (i.e. the assumption that economic growth does not affect the variables on which it depends) and endogenous growth (i.e. the assumption that one or more of the variables on which growth is posited to depend on are in turn dependent on economic growth)—see. The aim of this paper is to examine effect of macroeconomic variables on stock market. because wealth of the an y e conomy is indicated by m acroeconomic variables and they de cide the future. Macroeconomic Risk Macroeconomic risk derives from the behaviour of industries and governments and the relationships between them rather than from individual companies. It concerns fiscal and monetary policies, trade and investment flows and political developments on a national and international scale, and the effects of these factors on financial portfolios and company valuations. In this book, the algorithm is applied to the macroeconomics of demographic change, demonstrating its flexibility and scope as a solution concept. With a specific analysis on the implications of globally unsynchronized demographic patterns for international trade, the book also explores the sectoral and distributional consequences of an aging.
demographic variables. In this study the demographic variables that are used to analysis: IV. Respondent's current age V. Husband/partner's age Socio-economic Variables The variables which reflect the social and economic status of any community are known as socio-economic variables. These variables are important in any demographic studies. Economic Shock: An economic shock is an event that occurs outside of an economy, and produces a significant change within an economy. Macroeconomic Factor: A macroeconomic factor is a factor that is pertinent to a broad economy at the regional or national level and affects a large population rather than a . Economic Factors Affecting Banks. How important is the banking industry? Since the 17 th century the banking industry has marked its niche as one of the most important financial sectors in any economy. Indeed a country’s economic prowess can progress or slow down depending on the performance of its banks.