Marginal Propensity to Invest Calculator

Marginal Propensity to Invest (MPI) Calculator helps calculating the MPI - Marginal Propensity to Invest.

In economics, A marginal propensity to invest refers to the proportion of an aggregate raise in pay that a investor spends on investment rather than on the consumption of goods and services.

The Marginal Propensity to Invest (MPI) equals to:

MPS = change in Investment / change in Income

Suppose you receive an additional 10,000 dollars in your salary, and as a result you decide to invest an additional 3,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.3 (3,000 dollars change in Investment divided by 10,000 dollars change in income).











Suppose you receive an additional 10,000 dollars in your salary, and as a result you decide to:

to invest an additional 1,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.1.

to invest an additional 2,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.2.

to invest an additional 1,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.3.

to invest an additional 1,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.4.

to invest an additional 1,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.5.

to invest an additional 1,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.6.

to invest an additional 1,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.7.

to invest an additional 1,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.8.

to invest an additional 1,000 dollars, your marginal propensity to invest is 0.9.

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