t] denotes the relative price of investment to consumption goods
at time t.
t] = [omega] suggested by Grimaud and Tournemaine (2007) in their Proposition 3, but a new policy is necessary: a subsidy to human capital allocation in the differentiated consumption goods
Analysis of historical data supports this contention: monthly percent changes between the PPI for personal consumption goods
and the CPI for commodities are much more correlated than percent changes between the PPI for personal consumption services and the CPI for services.
In each period, two goods are produced, a (non-storable) consumption good
denoted by c and a capital (investment) good denoted by k.
If house price forecasts rise even further, then the effective house price becomes negative and the budget line actually slopes upward, meaning that by purchasing larger homes households can purchase more of other consumption goods
In the goods market, a shopper purchases consumption goods
while a worker produces and sells them.
For example, "television watching" and "eating a meal" are both consumption goods
According to Gorakhpur's Custom Officer, Satpal Yadav : "An individual is allowed to carry personal consumption goods
worth Rs 25,000, each time he comes to India from Nepal.
Those losing their jobs are, of course, less likely to spend on consumption goods
He said already Iran imports $2 billion of consumption goods
from Turkey and exports $800 million of goods to the neighboring country.
The rate of transformation between nondurable consumption goods
and structures is exogenous and determines the relative prices of structures.
The relationship between labour productivity growth and the growth of consumption wages (wages deflated with the consumer price index) is mediated not only by changes in the labour share, but also by changes in the relative prices of output and consumption goods
, that is, labour's terms of trade.