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In economics, investment goods are the plant, machinery and equipment that enable production, and are the main input into new installed capital.
- A Simple Kaleckian Model, suggesting that total saving by the consumption goods sector is equal to total consumption by the investment goods sector.
- Investment Prices and Exchange Rates: Some Basic Facts, suggesting four basic facts about investment goods and investment prices.
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