Sensitivity plot of cy:{(m4 - 3* m)*10-4} - Cycle of Money

Authors

  • Constantinos Challoumis sensitivity plot, cycle of money, financial liquidity, escape savings

Keywords:

sensitivity plot, cycle of money, financial liquidity, escape savings

Abstract

paper is about the comparison of the cycle of money including the escape savings and financial liquidity. It is plausible to extract the appropriate conclusions about savings in an economy when the savings return to the market for investments and consumption and when these savings are omitted and lost from the economy. This happens through the velocity of financial liquidity and the velocity of escape savings. The current work has used the sensitivity plot of the cycle of money. Then, this research is part of a series of case studies from the sensitivity plots of cy. It uses definitions and mathematical determinations by the cycle of money but estimates on the first time presented results of sensitivity plot of cy:{(m4 - 3*m)*10-4} of the cycle of money in a case study scenario. In this case, financial liquidity is identical to the cycle of money.

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2024-04-04

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Constantinos Challoumis. (2024). Sensitivity plot of cy:{(m4 - 3* m)*10-4} - Cycle of Money. International Journal of Human Capital and Innovative Management, 1(2), 60–74. Retrieved from https://pubjournals.com/ijhcim/article/view/36

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