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MPC

Abbreviation for:
mean plasma concentration
mean platelet count
medial prefrontal cortex
medial premotor cortex
Medical Patterns of Care 
Medical Provider Component
meiotic pairing centre
Mental Processing Composite
Mobile Patient Charting
multicatalytic proteinase complex
muscle precursor cell
myeloma plasma cell
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MARGINAL PROPENSITY TO CONSUME OUT OF A TRANSITORY SHOCK Suppose that after the initial portfolio allocation decision, but before the consumption decision at t = 1, the household receives an unexpected income shock, such as a transfer [tau] from the government.
also find that the marginal propensity to consume leisure out of wealth shocks is greatest for individuals ages 55-65.
As Table 3 shows, over the full sample period the marginal propensity to consume out of wealth, [Beta] is estimated to be about .
The true marginal propensity to consume out of a transitory shock is defined as
Consequently, the marginal propensity to consume out of stock market wealth may be smaller than that to consume out of total wealth.
1) Indicates that the coefficient for the marginal propensity to consume is statistically significant at the 95-percent confidence level.
1] with respect to T which characterizes the marginal propensity to consume (MPC) out of a deficit financed tax cut.
This book makes an attempt to estimate some macro-economic structural parameters like marginal propensity to consume, marginal propensity to save, capital-output ratios etc.
One approach to calibrating the discount factor elasticity parameter [lambda] (from equation 28) is to select a value on the basis of its implications for the marginal propensity to consume from financial wealth.
The goal of the regressions is to obtain parameter estimates that can be used to calculate the marginal propensity to consume (MPC) different goods and services for each ethnic group.
In Friedman's (1957) permanent income hypothesis (PIH), the rate of interest became a major determinant of the marginal propensity to consume out of permanent income.
2), the marginal propensity to consume is [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] where ln A = [B.

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