Multiplier Theory

This refers to the economic principle that an increase or decrease in investment will lead to a greater increase or decrease in demand for goods and services.

Multiplier Theory assumes that there is a direct relationship between the level of investment in an economy and the rate of output of the economy; for example, in this theory greater public sector investment will inspire greater economic activity.

Multiplier Theory is a term normally found in business economics and financial management.

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