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income

1. the amount of monetary or other returns, either earned or unearned, accruing over a given period of time
2. receipts; revenue
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TABLE 2 Range of [alpha] + [beta] within 90% Confidence Intervals of Turning Point Income Estimated by Grossman and Krueger (1995) BOD (a) COD (b) $7,623 $7,853 (3,307) (2,235) Income Elasticity of Lower limit Upper limit Lower limit WTP $2,166 $13,079 $4,165 [[epsilon].
We raise the short-term income elasticity of consumption by 0.
Income elasticity is seen to be greater than unity implying that velocity has a decreasing trend.
Estimate Obs Mean Dev Min Max Income elasticity 3,900 -0.
The income coefficient corresponds to an income elasticity of demand for season ticket packages of 2.
One might think that this calculation is too simple and that this estimated income elasticity of demand for leisure time too high.
The short-run income elasticity showed the expected positive sign, but it was not statistically significant.
Income-Weighted Gross Income Elasticity Estimates without Adjacent-Year Controls: 1989-1995 Years between Paired Observations One Income Cutoff $10k $50k Income Controls (1) (2) None -0.
Income elasticity of WTP is estimated to determine whether willingness to pay for improved aesthetic values through the removal of billboards increases more than proportionally with income.
A similar approach is used to calculate the average income elasticity.
This is particularly relevant for food expenditure, which has low income elasticity but a high degree of substitutability with non-market time.