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in Theory and Practice David A. Anderson Centre College
Multipliers in Depth Colleges want it Teachers want it Students want us to have it It provides roots for better understanding Delivery Active Learning Theory Applications Practice
Anderson, D. (1997), The Multiplier Effect, An Encyclopedia of Keynesian Economics, ed. Thomas Cate, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Kahn, R. (1931), The Relation of Home Investment to Unemployment, The Economic Journal 41: Jeong J. Rhee and John A. Miranowksi (1983), Determination of Income, Production, and Employment Under Pollution Control: An Input-Output Approach, The Review of Economics and Statistics Clark, Colin M. (1938), Determination of the Multiplier from National Income Statistics, The Economic Journal 48: Keynes, John M. (1973), The Collected Writings of John Maynard Keynes (30 vols.), ed. Donald Moggridge, London: Cambridge University Press.
Required Reserve Ratio = 20% We start with 100 Pennies
DepositRequired ReservesLoan Total 500Total 100Total 400
DepositRequired ReservesLoan Total Total 100Total 400
DepositReserves = 40%Loan Total 250Total 100Total 150
= 1/Reserve Requirement = 1/0.2 = 5 It tells us the total increase in the money supply created from a deposit of $1 of new money IF banks hold no excess reserves and borrowers deposit all of their money in banks.
= 1/Reserve Requirement = 1/0.2 = 5 5 × 100 = 500 Our exercise proves the result! The Multiplier The Initial Deposit The Total Increase in the Money Supply
Kahn, Richard. (1931), The Relation of Home Investment to Unemployment, The Economic Journal 41:
The Employment Multiplier The number of jobs ultimately created as the result of each new position.
[The multiplier indicates] the cumulative effect of increased additional individual incomes because the expenditure of these incomes improves the incomes of a further set of recipients and so on. John Maynard Keynes
Leakage: Money Held as Reserves The Banking Multiplier
Leakages: Savings, Taxes, and Expenditure Elsewhere The Spending Multiplier
Keynes referred to an investment multiplier, k, the ratio of an increase in real income to the increase in aggregate investment that caused it.
Suppose when $100 is spent, $25 of the resulting income (25%) leaks into savings (or taxes or imports). The other 75%, $75 is re-spent. Of that $75, 75% or $56.25 is again re-spent. That is,.75 ×.75 × $100 = $ … Call the initial spending S. The fraction re-spent is m. After S is spent, m × S is re-spent. Of that, m × m × S is re-spent.
The ultimate change in income and output, ΔQ, is ΔQ = S + mS + m 2 S + m 3 S + … + m n S (1) where n is the is the number of the last round that produces a nonzero income increment.
Multiplying both sides by –m -mΔQ = -mS - m 2 S - m 3 S - m 4 S - … - m n+1 S (2) Add equations (1) and (2): ΔQ = S + mS + m 2 S + m 3 S + … + m n S (1) -mΔQ = -mS - m 2 S - m 3 S - … - m n S - m n+1 S (2)
Add equations (1) and (2), noting that m n+1 S = 0, yields ΔQ = S + mS + m 2 S + m 3 S + … + m n S (1) -mΔQ = -mS - m 2 S - m 3 S - … - m n S - m n+1 S (2) (1 - m)ΔQ = S or equivalently, ΔQ = S / (1 - m)
= S × 1 / (1 – m) = S × 1 / Leakage = S × Multiplier Multiplier = 1 / Leakage
Banking Multiplier = 1 / Reserve Requirement Simple Spending Multiplier = 1 / Marginal Propensity to Save
Keynes: No crowding out Horizontal AS Full multiplier effect. This led him to advocate adjustments in G to help control Real GDP.
The spending multiplier when taxes and government spending increase by the same amount.
Consider $1 that is taxed and spent. The $1 increase in spending eventually increases income by k. The $1 increase in taxes cuts spending, initially by m (the fraction of each dollar that is spent), and ultimately by -mk. The combined effect is k - mk = k(1-m) = [1/(1-m)](1-m) = 1.
Foreign trade multiplier (change in AD is in the form of net exports) Government spending multiplier (change in AD is change in government purchases).
Jeong J. Rhee and John A. Miranowksi (1983) describe a pollution control multiplier Total Reduction / Initial Reduction = 1 / % Reduction
1048 Employees $39.8 million in Direct Expenditures $1.3 million in Visitor Expenditures
StudyMultiplier Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana County, PN2.31 Xavier University, Cincinnati 2.16 Shadyside Hospital, Allegheny County, PN 1.60 Toyota Motor Manufacturing, U.S.A2.32 Consolidated Health Systems2.00 Department of Commerce Estimate for Kentucky Health Services 2.20 Centre College 3.50 Average2.30
Leakages: Federal Taxes: 24% (average not marginal) Savings: 21% of after-tax income Spending Elsewhere: 7% of after-tax income
DirectIndirectTotal Local Expenditures in Dollars EMRMC Associates24,315,513 48,631,025 EMRMC - All Other Expenses2,445,133 4,890,267 Physicians Offices * - Payroll11,710,196 23,420,393 Physicians Offices * - Office Space1,296,429 2,592,858 Visitors Local Expenditures924,310 1,848,620 Gift Purchases407, ,896 Total41,099,529 $82,199,058 Employment in FTE Positions EMRMC Physicians Offices * Total3,862 Jobs Charity Donations in Dollars Value of Charity Care5,665,086 Donations by EMRMC Associates1,458,887 Donations by Physicians * 558,699 Total$7,682,672 Volunteer Work in Hours Hours of Volunteer Work by EMRMC Associates 41,377 Hours of Volunteer Work by Physicians * 17,144 Total58,521 Hours * Only those who would not be here if it were not for EMRMC.
125-ACRE PARK WALKING, JOGGING, AND BIKING TRAILS PICNIC AREAS PLAYGROUND AREAS BASEBALL SOFTBALL FOOTBALL SOCCER FIELDS BASKETBALL COURTS LARGE POND AMPHITHEATER MULTI-PURPOSE BUILDING BMX COURSE Possible future GYMNASIUM and AQUATIC CENTER
Development: $7.3 million dollars. Optional gymnasium and aquatic center: $3.3 million. Annual operating costs: $350,000 Total for future: $8.75 million. Development and Operation Total: $16 million Also Noise Light Parking Traffic
Value to Visitors $3.00 per visit 950 (summer) / 50 (winter) visitors per day 237,000 total visits $711,000 annual benefits Total: $17.8 million
Additions to Commerce 15% day visitors or retained flee-ers 1 in 200 stay overnight Kentucky Department of Travel Estimates: $35.87 per day $95.26 for overnight (gas, meals, shopping, snacks, attractions, lodging, etc.) 35,550 day visitors 1,185 overnight visitors 1.4 million direct annual dollars Total direct: $34.7 million
Total direct = $34.7 million If half of expenditures are spent locally, the multiplier is _______ Total Increased Spending = $69.4 million Value to visitors = $17.8 million Total Benefit = $87.2 million Total Cost = $16 million BUILD!
Additional Benefits Attract and retain valued workers and community members Avoid brain drain Green Space