The Keynesian Consumption Function Shows a Relation Between

  1. Aggregate consumption and total population
  2. Aggregate consumption and general price level
  3. Aggregate consumption and aggregate income
  4. Aggregate consumption and interest rate
Manish Listener Asked on 14th July 2015 in General Knowledge.
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    Aggregate consumption and aggregate income

    The Keynesian Consumption Function Shows a Relation between ‘Aggregate consumption and aggregate income’. Generally termed the consumption function, has occupied a major role in economic thinking ever since keynes made it a keystone of his theoretical structure in The General Theory.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 14th July 2015.
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