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capital stock

the total physical capital existing in an economy at any moment of time
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(15) In the original sources, the capital stock is presented on per capita basis measured in constant PPP dollars of 1980 and 1996.
where [delta] is the depreciation rate, [K.sub.t] is the economy's aggregate capital stock at the beginning of period t, and A is an efficiency parameter on the production technology.
In the economic debate, sustainable development is most often described as the need to maintain a permanent income for humankind, generated from non-declining capital stocks. Economists usually recognize four categories of capital: human (knowledge, skills), human-made (technologies, facilities), natural (biophysical, ecological systems that deliver and maintain valuable services) and social (organizations, cultural abilities to get along).
In each of the countries we consider, we do not assume that all of the capital stock adjusts in line with the labour force, and hence productivity may be permanently affected.
Y = (Y/L) x L), where L is labor and Y/L becomes output per unit of labor input, or productivity, which depends largely on the capital stock. Then relate this to the aging population problem.
The terms of the capital stock and the investment include certain approval and other rights and certain standstill and other restrictions.
The changing composition of the aggregate capital stock does have implications for the implicit aggregate depreciation rate.
Department of Education--understate the true costs due to inadequate measures of the total capital stock of public schools (land, buildings, information technology) and of depreciation.
* shares in the capital stock of a CFA of a Canadian taxpayer;
For all nonmetro counties in the South, a standard-deviation increase in human capital stock in 1970 increased the real per capita income growth rate by 4 percent for the period 1970-2000 and 8 percent for 1980-2000.
SunLink reports that it will issue up to 1.15 million of its shares for all the issued and outstanding capital stock of HealthMont, based on SunLink's share price of $2.37 as of market close on Oct.
In parallel with the deal, VUP parent Vivendi Universal will acquire 25% of the two holding company's capital stock, along with Cinven (37.5%), Carlyle (28%) and Apax (9.5%).