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Money flows are opposite to real flows. Explain.

Asked by Topperlearning User 5th June 2015, 9:02 AM
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There is a flow of goods and services from the firms to the household sector and there is a flow of factor services from the households to the firms. These are called real flows.

Likewise, there is a flow of money from the firm to the household sector in terms of factor payments and there is a flow of money from the household sector to the firm in terms of payments for the consumption of goods and services. These are money flows.

In the above cases, money flows from the households to producers in terms of consumption expenditure. On the other hand, money flows from the firm to the households in terms of factor payments. Thus, money flows are opposite to real flows.

Answered by Expert 5th June 2015, 11:02 AM
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