Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Franco Modigliani and Richard Hemming.|
|Series||International Economic Association publications|
|Contributions||Modigliani, Franco., Hemming, Richard., International Economic Association.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||424|
The aim of this study was to analyze the impact and relationship between national saving rate and some selected determinants of saving namely inflation, real interest rate, real GDP growth rate. Get this from a library! The Determinants of national saving and wealth: proceedings of a conference held by the International Economic Association at Bergamo, Italy. [Franco Modigliani; Richard Hemming; International Economic Association.;]. Determinants of National Saving: Evidence from South Asian Countries Article (PDF Available) in European Academic Research V(8) November . Prepared for the International Economic Association Conference on the Determinants of National' Saving and Wealth, Bergamo, Italy, June , ; forthcoming in a book of the proceedings of the conference, published by The MacMillan Press Ltd. The authors would like to thank Stanley Fischer, Wolfgang Franz and Larry Summers for helpful comments.
Cite this chapter as: Lukaszewicz A. () The Determinants and Role of Private Saving in Poland. In: Modigliani F., Hemming R. (eds) The Determinants of National Saving and : Aleksander Lukaszewicz. Buy The Determinants of National Saving and Wealth: Proceedings of a Conference held by the International Economic Association at Bergamo, Italy (International Economic Association Series) 1st ed. by Richard Hemming, Franco Modigliani (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Nauman, Arshad Ullah Jadoon-Determinants of National Saving: Evidence from South Asian Countries EUROPEAN ACADEMIC RESEARCH - Vol. V, Issue 8 / November expenditure and it is also accessible in the financial market for lending to others. National Saving is an important tool for economic. Saving is disposable income that is not spent. There are many ways in which money can be saved ranging from accounts in bank and building society accounts to savings in pensions and the stock market. The savings ratio is the % of disposable income saved rather than spent e.g. if a person has an annual income of £25, and saves £ of this.
determinants of saving behavior of households situated in tribal and rural areas. The results ultimately reveals that the age of the head of the household, sex, dependency ratio, income and medical expenditure are significantly influencing the saving behavior in the entire study area. InFile Size: KB. There has been a consistent increase in the national saving rate in India throughout the post-independence period, though with considerable fluctuations from year to year ().The national saving rate increased from about 10% in the early s to 17% in the early s and then to over 25% by the mids (note that national saving corresponds to the Indian national Cited by: Saving, process of setting aside a portion of current income for future use, or the flow of resources accumulated in this way over a given period of time. Saving may take the form of increases in bank deposits, purchases of securities, or increased cash holdings. The . Athukorala, P. and Sen K. (), "The Determinants Of Private Saving In India", ASARC Working Papers from Australian National University, Australia South Asia Research Centre. Berube, G. and Cote, D. (), "Long-Term Determinants of the Personal Savings Rate: Literature Review and Some Empirical Results for Canada", Bank of Canada Working.