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income

financial return from a project or for help provided.

income elasticity
see demand elasticity.
net income
gross income less costs.
income over feed cost
a rough indicator of the profitability of an animal enterprise based principally on fattening of young livestock, e.g. in a feedlot. The fixed costs are the depreciation on the installation and labor, the variable costs are the price of cattle and the feed.
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For the consumer units in t he sample, income elasticity varied by quarter, as did the effects of age, marital status, African-American ethnicity, household size, region of residence, and home tenure.
With respect to income elasticity, the proposed analytical framework posits low elasticities for the goods or services that are the primary reason for the trips.
Other things being equal, a high price elasticity of demand will tend to produce a contraction, while a low income elasticity of demand relative to that for the progressive sector's output will be conducive to reduced output.
As Feldstein (1988) points out, once survey data are corrected for transitory income and employer-paid health insurance premiums, the estimates of income elasticity tend to be approximately one.
Analysis of the income elasticity was determined in 2,418 Slovak households.
Cigarette demand is inelastic to price and income, however, the demand price elasticity is a bit larger in absolute value than the income elasticity.
Goldstein and Khan (1978) find exports of seven developed countries out of total eight are more elastic to change as compared to the income of rest of the world, whereas, income elasticity of exports demand for US is found to be less than unity.
8) The objective of Freeman (2012) is to obtain an estimate of the income elasticity of healthcare spending, and therefore he includes few non-income factors.
Income elasticity is denoted by the coefficients [[alpha].
The estimated outcomes depicts that for a panel of GCC countries income elasticity of oil consumption is positive and significant while price elasticity of energy consumption is negative and statistically insignificant.
Most studies using aggregate lottery-demand models have estimated an income elasticity of demand that is less than one (and conclude that lotteries are regressive), whereas evidence on the cross-price elasticity of demand is mixed.
If income elasticity is (positive and) not greater than one, that is, insurance is a normal good, then from a macroeconomic viewpoint, its share in the total economy shrinks--or at most remains unchanged--along with economic development.