Мультипликатор

(от лат. multiplica tor — умножающий)

1) экономический показатель, величина которого характеризует степень, в которой увеличение инвестиционного спроса или самих инвестиций порождает изменение объема выпуска продукции и потребительского спроса на эту продукцию (а следовательно, и дохода). Численно мультипликатор (М) больше единицы и равен отношению: М = 1/MPS, где MPS — максимальная склонность потребителя к сбережению средств. Так как MPS = 1   МРС, где МРС — предельная склонность потребителя к потреблению (доля дохода, затрачиваемая на потребление), то ясно, что мультипликатор М превышает по величине единицу (М > 1). Мультипликатор определяется также отношением прироста равновесного ВНП к изменению объема инвестиций, вызвавшему этот прирост; 2) отношение стоимости предприятия к показателям, характеризующим его финансово хозяйственную деятельность (прибыль, выручка от продаж, производственная мощность, стоимость активов). Например, если стоимость предприятия составляет 30 млн. руб., а годовая выручка — 10 млн. руб., то мультипликатор по отношению к выручке равен 3; 3) мультипликатор банковский (депозитный) представляет отношение увеличения общей суммы денег в обращении к обусловившему его приращению денег, находящихся на депозитах в банке.

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Райзберг Б.А., Лозовский Л.Ш., Стародубцева Е.Б.

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