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Chapter 4- Determination of income in two sector model
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This lesson discusses the determination of income and employment

Arpita Prakash
YouTuber NCERTs series initiator at Unacademy 'Educator of the Month' for Feb'19 CBSE 0.1% Merit Certificate holder in Mathematics

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Paradox of Thrifty: could you explain it little more detailed, Madam! if everyone starts saving for future, how savings value declines? Ideally as savings grow, people tend to spend less then prices of GS will fall which in turn brings more GS at lesser price. so money value increased and thus the savings value too na, Madam! How it is seen as a Paradox? could you clarify please!
If Demand < Supply, Unintended Accumulation of Inventory. if Demand > Supply, Unintended Depletion of Inventory. Both cases are unintended as they planned that Economy is in Equilibrium (Demand = Supply). Suppose Firm itself wants to maintain Inventory (as part of Investment expenditure (?)), then it is called as "Intended Accumulation of Inventory".
ex-ante aggregate demand (for Final Goods/Services) == €ex-ante consumption expenditure + €ex-ante investment expenditure towards Final Goods and Services. If we can assume so, it means we are assuming that economy is in Equilibrium provided no taxes exist (no Govt exist).
Mam ,could you please make videos on "Polity by Laxmikanth" apart from NCERT"s in English.It will be very very useful for the aspirants because your teaching is awesome.I hope you will make it.Thank you
Arpita Prakash
3 months ago
I have started doing that on my YouTube channel already
Arpita Prakash
3 months ago
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLrJzrrOycmwALcHUNeZuaCc5U4NEPc1xY Check this playlist
Mam, also please suggest me the the Tutor to follow about science(NCERT"s)from class 6th to 12th
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