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1PowerPoint Lectures for Principles of 28immediately sold the mortgages to a
Microeconomics, 9e By Karl E. Case, Ray C. secondary market. 28 of 48.
Fair & Sharon M. Oster. ; ; 1 of 48. 29The Capital Market. Capital
22 of 48. Accumulation and Allocation. In modern
3Input Demand: The Capital Market and industrial societies, investment decisions
the Investment Decision. Prepared by: (capital production decisions) are made
Fernando & Yvonn Quijano. primarily by firms. Households decide how
411. Input Demand: The Capital Market much to save; and in the long run, savings
and the Investment Decision. CHAPTER limit or constrain the amount of
OUTLINE. Capital, Investment, and investment that firms can undertake. The
Depreciation Capital Investment and capital market exists to direct savings
Depreciation The Capital Market Capital into profitable investment projects. 29 of
Income: Interest and Profits Financial 48.
Markets in Action Mortgages and the 30The Demand for New Capital and the
Mortgage Market Capital Accumulation and Investment Decision. Firms have an
Allocation The Demand for New Capital and incentive to expand in industries that
the Investment Decision Forming earn positive profits—that is, a rate of
Expectations Comparing Costs and Expected return above normal—and in industries in
Return A Final Word on Capital Appendix: which economies of scale lead to lower
Calculating Present Value. 4 of 48. average costs at higher levels of output.
5Capital, Investment, and Depreciation. Positive profits in an industry stimulate
Capital. capital Those goods produced by the entry of new firms. The expansion of
the economic system that are used as existing firms and the creation of new
inputs to produce other goods and services firms both involve investment in new
in the future. Tangible Capital. physical, capital. 30 of 48.
or tangible, capital Material things used 31The Demand for New Capital and the
as inputs in the production of future Investment Decision. Forming Expectations.
goods and services. The major categories The Expected Benefits of Investments. The
of physical capital are nonresidential investment process requires that the
structures, durable equipment, residential potential investor evaluate the expected
structures, and inventories. 5 of 48. flow of future productive services that an
6Capital, Investment, and Depreciation. investment project will yield. The
Capital. Social Capital: Infrastructure. Expected Costs of Investments. The ability
social capital, or infrastructure Capital to lend at the market rate of interest
that provides services to the public. Most means that there is an opportunity cost
social capital takes the form of public associated with every investment project.
works (roads and bridges) and public The evaluation process thus involves not
services (police and fire protection). 6 only estimating future benefits but also
of 48. comparing them with the possible
7Capital, Investment, and Depreciation. alternative uses of the funds required to
Capital. Intangible Capital. intangible undertake the project. At a minimum, those
capital Nonmaterial things that contribute funds could earn interest in financial
to the output of future goods and markets. 31 of 48.
services. human capital A form of 32Which investment projects are more
intangible capital that includes the likely to be funded? a. Only those
skills and other knowledge that workers investment projects that are expected to
have or acquire through education and yield a rate of return higher than the
training and that yields valuable services market interest rate. b. Only those
to a firm over time. 7 of 48. investment projects that are expected to
8Capital, Investment, and Depreciation. yield a rate of return lower than the
Capital. The Time Dimension. The value of market interest rate. c. As long as market
capital is only as great as the value of interest rates are rising, any investment
the services it will render over time. project will be funded, regardless of the
Measuring Capital. capital stock For a market interest rate. d. Only those
single firm, the current market value of investment projects that are expected to
the firm’s plant, equipment, inventories, yield a rate of return exactly equal to
and intangible assets. 8 of 48. the market interest rate. 32 of 48.
9Which of the following is the best 33Which investment projects are more
measure of the capital stock of a business likely to be funded? a. Only those
firm? a. Book value, or the value of the investment projects that are expected to
company on its books. b. Historic value, yield a rate of return higher than the
or the trend in value added to a company market interest rate. b. Only those
over its history. c. Current market value, investment projects that are expected to
or the value of company’s capital stock in yield a rate of return lower than the
the market today. d. All of the above are market interest rate. c. As long as market
equally accurate measures of the capital interest rates are rising, any investment
stock of a business firm. 9 of 48. project will be funded, regardless of the
10Which of the following is the best market interest rate. d. Only those
measure of the capital stock of a business investment projects that are expected to
firm? a. Book value, or the value of the yield a rate of return exactly equal to
company on its books. b. Historic value, the market interest rate. 33 of 48.
or the trend in value added to a company 34What makes venture capital Green? The
over its history. c. Current market value, Demand for New Capital and the Investment
or the value of company’s capital stock in Decision. Forming Expectations. Venture
the market today. d. All of the above are Capital Goes Big for Green The Kiplinger
equally accurate measures of the capital Letter. 34 of 48.
stock of a business firm. 10 of 48. 35The Demand for New Capital and the
11Capital, Investment, and Depreciation. Investment Decision. Comparing Costs and
Investment and Depreciation. investment Expected Return. expected rate of return
New capital additions to a firm’s capital The annual rate of return that a firm
stock. Although capital is measured at a expects to obtain through a capital
given point in time (a stock), investment investment. The expected rate of return on
is measured over a period of time (a an investment project depends on the price
flow). The flow of investment increases of the investment, the expected length of
the capital stock. depreciation The time the project provides additional cost
decline in an asset’s economic value over savings or revenue, and the expected
time. 11 of 48. amount of revenue attributable each year
12Capital, Investment, and Depreciation. to the project. 35 of 48.
Investment and Depreciation. TABLE 11.1 36The Demand for New Capital and the
Private Investment in the U.S. Economy, Investment Decision. Comparing Costs and
2007. TABLE 11.1 Private Investment in the Expected Return. TABLE 11.2 Potential
U.S. Economy, 2007. TABLE 11.1 Private Investment Projects and Expected Rates of
Investment in the U.S. Economy, 2007. Return for a Hypothetical Firm, Based on
TABLE 11.1 Private Investment in the U.S. Forecasts of Future Profits Attributable
Economy, 2007. TABLE 11.1 Private to the Investment. TABLE 11.2 Potential
Investment in the U.S. Economy, 2007. Investment Projects and Expected Rates of
TABLE 11.1 Private Investment in the U.S. Return for a Hypothetical Firm, Based on
Economy, 2007. TABLE 11.1 Private Forecasts of Future Profits Attributable
Investment in the U.S. Economy, 2007. to the Investment. TABLE 11.2 Potential
TABLE 11.1 Private Investment in the U.S. Investment Projects and Expected Rates of
Economy, 2007. TABLE 11.1 Private Return for a Hypothetical Firm, Based on
Investment in the U.S. Economy, 2007. Forecasts of Future Profits Attributable
TABLE 11.1 Private Investment in the U.S. to the Investment. TABLE 11.2 Potential
Economy, 2007. TABLE 11.1 Private Investment Projects and Expected Rates of
Investment in the U.S. Economy, 2007. Return for a Hypothetical Firm, Based on
TABLE 11.1 Private Investment in the U.S. Forecasts of Future Profits Attributable
Economy, 2007. TABLE 11.1 Private to the Investment. Project. (1) Total
Investment in the U.S. Economy, 2007. Investment (Dollars). (2) Expected Rate Of
TABLE 11.1 Private Investment in the U.S. Return (Percent). (2) Expected Rate Of
Economy, 2007. TABLE 11.1 Private Return (Percent). A. New computer network.
Investment in the U.S. Economy, 2007. 400,000. 25. B. New branch plant.
TABLE 11.1 Private Investment in the U.S. 2,600,000. 20. C. Sales office in another
Economy, 2007. GDP = 13,769 Gross private state. 1,500,000. 15. D. New automated
domestic investment = 2,139.0. GDP = billing system. 100,000. 12. E. Ten new
13,769 Gross private domestic investment = delivery trucks. 400,000. 10. F.
2,139.0. GDP = 13,769 Gross private Advertising campaign. 1,000,000. 7. G.
domestic investment = 2,139.0. GDP = Employee cafeteria. 100,000. 5. 36 of 48.
13,769 Gross private domestic investment = 37The Demand for New Capital and the
2,139.0. GDP = 13,769 Gross private Investment Decision. Comparing Costs and
domestic investment = 2,139.0. GDP = Expected Return. The demand for new
13,769 Gross private domestic investment = capital depends on the interest rate. When
2,139.0. GDP = 13,769 Gross private the interest rate is low, firms are more
domestic investment = 2,139.0. Billions of likely to invest in new plant and
Current Dollars. Billions of Current equipment than when the interest rate is
Dollars. Billions of Current Dollars. high. This is so because the interest rate
Billions of Current Dollars. Billions of determines the direct cost (interest on a
Current Dollars. As a Percentage of Total loan) or the opportunity cost (alternative
Gross Investment. As a Percentage of Total investment) of each project. ? FIGURE 11.3
Gross Investment. As a Percentage of Total Total Investment as a Function of the
Gross Investment. As a Percentage of Total Market Interest Rate. 37 of 48.
Gross Investment. As a Percentage of GDP. 38The Demand for New Capital and the
As a Percentage of GDP. As a Percentage of Investment Decision. Comparing Costs and
GDP. As a Percentage of GDP. As a Expected Return. Lower interest rates are
Percentage of GDP. Nonresidential likely to stimulate investment in the
structures. 464.5. 21.7. 3.4. 3.4. economy as a whole, whereas higher
Equipment and software. 1004.5. 47.0. 7.3. interest rates are likely to slow
7.3. Change in private inventories. 5.1. investment. ? FIGURE 11.4 Investment
0.2. 0. 0. Residential structures. 664.8. Demand. 38 of 48.
31.1. 4.8. 4.8. Total gross private 39The Demand for New Capital and the
investment. 2139.0. 100.0. 15.5. 15.5. - Investment Decision. Comparing Costs and
depreciation. - 1683.4. - 78.7. - 12.2. - Expected Return. The Expected Rate of
12.2. Net investment = gross investment - Return and the Marginal Revenue Product of
depreciation. 455.6. 21.3. 3.3. 3.3. 12 of Capital. A perfectly competitive
48. profit-maximizing firm will keep investing
13Which of the following statements is in new capital up to the point at which
correct? a. Net investment equals gross the expected rate of return is equal to
investment plus depreciation. b. Gross the interest rate. This is analogous to
investment minus depreciation equals net saying that the firm will continue
investment. c. Capital stock at the end of investing up to the point at which the
last year plus gross investment this year marginal revenue product of capital is
equals capital stock at the end of this equal to the price of capital, or MRPK =
year. d. Net investment equals PK, which is what we learned in Chapter
depreciation. 13 of 48. 10. 39 of 48.
14Which of the following statements is 40A Final Word on Capital. The concept
correct? a. Net investment equals gross of capital is one of the central ideas in
investment plus depreciation. b. Gross economics. Capital is produced by the
investment minus depreciation equals net economic system itself. Capital generates
investment. c. Capital stock at the end of services over time, and it is used as an
last year plus gross investment this year input in the production of goods and
equals capital stock at the end of this services. 40 of 48.
year. d. Net investment equals 41REVIEW TERMS AND CONCEPTS. bond
depreciation. 14 of 48. capital capital income capital market
15The Capital Market. capital market The capital stock depreciation expected rate
market in which households supply their of return financial capital market. human
savings to firms that demand funds to buy capital intangible capital interest
capital goods. bond A contract between a interest rate investment physical, or
borrower and a lender, in which the tangible, capital profit social capital,
borrower agrees to pay the loan at some or infrastructure stock. 41 of 48.
time in the future, along with interest 42A P P E N D I X. CALCULATING PRESENT
payments along the way. financial capital VALUE. PRESENT VALUE. TABLE 11A.1 Expected
market The part of the capital market in Profits from a $1,200 Investment Project.
which savers and investors interact TABLE 11A.1 Expected Profits from a $1,200
through intermediaries. 15 of 48. Investment Project. TABLE 11A.1 Expected
16The Capital Market. ? FIGURE 11.1 Profits from a $1,200 Investment Project.
$1,000 in Savings Becomes $1,000 of TABLE 11A.1 Expected Profits from a $1,200
Investment. 16 of 48. Investment Project. Year 1. $100. Year 2.
17Which of the following constitutes the 100. Year 3. 400. Year 4. 500. Year 5.
demand for capital in the capital market? 500. All later years. 0. Total. 1,600. 42
a. Saving. b. Depreciation. c. Investment. of 48.
d. Financial institutions. 17 of 48. 43A P P E N D I X. CALCULATING PRESENT
18Which of the following constitutes the VALUE. present discounted value (PDV), or
demand for capital in the capital market? present value (PV) The present discounting
a. Saving. b. Depreciation. c. Investment. value of R dollars to be paid t years in
d. Financial institutions. 18 of 48. the future is the amount you need to pay
19The Capital Market. Capital Income: today, at current interest rates, to
Interest and Profits. capital income ensure that you end up with R dollars t
Income earned on savings that have been years from now. It is the current market
put to use through financial capital value of receiving R dollars in t years.
markets. Interest. interest The payments PRESENT VALUE. 43 of 48.
made for the use of money. interest rate A 44What is the impact of an increase in
fee paid annually expressed as a the interest rate on present value? a. A
percentage of the loan or deposit. 19 of higher interest rate increases present
48. value. b. A higher interest rate decreases
20How is the decision to undertake a new present value. c. None. The interest rate
investment project made? a. The decision is not a component of present value. d. A
is based on the expected depreciation higher interest rate makes the present
schedule of the new asset. b. The decision value of an investment project more
to undertake a new investment project is attractive. 44 of 48.
based on the relative contribution of the 45What is the impact of an increase in
investment to the capital stock of the the interest rate on present value? a. A
firm. c. Projects are undertaken as long higher interest rate increases present
as the revenues likely to be realized from value. b. A higher interest rate decreases
the investment are sufficient to cover the present value. c. None. The interest rate
interest payments to the household. d. The is not a component of present value. d. A
decision to undertake a new investment higher interest rate makes the present
project is based on the ability of the value of an investment project more
firm to raise capital. 20 of 48. attractive. 45 of 48.
21How is the decision to undertake a new 46A P P E N D I X. CALCULATING PRESENT
investment project made? a. The decision VALUE. PRESENT VALUE. TABLE 11A.2
is based on the expected depreciation Calculation of Total Present Value of a
schedule of the new asset. b. The decision Hypothetical Investment Project (Assuming
to undertake a new investment project is r = 10 Percent). TABLE 11A.2 Calculation
based on the relative contribution of the of Total Present Value of a Hypothetical
investment to the capital stock of the Investment Project (Assuming r = 10
firm. c. Projects are undertaken as long Percent). TABLE 11A.2 Calculation of Total
as the revenues likely to be realized from Present Value of a Hypothetical Investment
the investment are sufficient to cover the Project (Assuming r = 10 Percent). TABLE
interest payments to the household. d. The 11A.2 Calculation of Total Present Value
decision to undertake a new investment of a Hypothetical Investment Project
project is based on the ability of the (Assuming r = 10 Percent). TABLE 11A.2
firm to raise capital. 21 of 48. Calculation of Total Present Value of a
22The Capital Market. Capital Income: Hypothetical Investment Project (Assuming
Interest and Profits. Profits. stock A r = 10 Percent). END OF… $(r). DIVIDED BY
share of stock is an ownership claim on a (1 + r)t. =. PRESENT VALUE ($). Year 1.
firm, entitling its owner to a profit 100. (1.1). 90.91. Year 2. 100. (1.1)2.
share. profit The excess of revenues over 82.65. Year 3. 400. (1.1)3. 300.53. Year
cost in a given period. Functions of 4. 500. (1.1)4. 341.51. Year 5. 500.
Interest and Profit. Interest may function (1.1)5. 310.46. Total Present Value.
as an incentive to postpone gratification. 1,126.06. 46 of 48.
Profit serves as a reward for innovation 47A P P E N D I X. CALCULATING PRESENT
and risk taking. 22 of 48. VALUE. PRESENT VALUE. ? FIGURE 11A.1
23When an entrepreneur starts a new Investment Project: Go or No? A Thinking
business by buying capital with her own Map. 47 of 48.
savings, that person is: a. Supplying 48A P P E N D I X. CALCULATING PRESENT
capital but not demanding capital. b. VALUE. LOWER INTEREST RATES, HIGHER
Demanding capital but not supplying PRESENT VALUES. TABLE 11A.3 Calculation of
capital. c. Both supplying and demanding Total Present Value of a Hypothetical
capital. d. Neither supplying nor Investment Project (Assuming r = 5
demanding capital. 23 of 48. Percent). TABLE 11A.3 Calculation of Total
24When an entrepreneur starts a new Present Value of a Hypothetical Investment
business by buying capital with her own Project (Assuming r = 5 Percent). TABLE
savings, that person is: a. Supplying 11A.3 Calculation of Total Present Value
capital but not demanding capital. b. of a Hypothetical Investment Project
Demanding capital but not supplying (Assuming r = 5 Percent). TABLE 11A.3
capital. c. Both supplying and demanding Calculation of Total Present Value of a
capital. d. Neither supplying nor Hypothetical Investment Project (Assuming
demanding capital. 24 of 48. r = 5 Percent). TABLE 11A.3 Calculation of
25The Capital Market. Financial Markets Total Present Value of a Hypothetical
in Action. ? FIGURE 11.2 Financial Markets Investment Project (Assuming r = 5
Link Household Saving and Investment by Percent). END OF… $. DIVIDED BY (1 + r)t.
Firms. 25 of 48. =. PRESENT VALUE ($). Year 1. 100. (1.05).
26Which of the following mechanisms are 95.24. Year 2. 100. (1.05)2. 90.70. Year
used to channel household savings into 3. 400. (1.05)3. 345.54. Year 4. 500.
investment projects? a. Business loans b. (1.05)4. 411.35. Year 5. 500. (1.05)5.
Venture capital c. Retained earnings d. 391.76. Total Present Value. 1,334.59. 48
The stock market e. All of the above. 26 of 48.
of 48. 49A P P E N D I X. CALCULATING PRESENT
27Which of the following mechanisms are VALUE. If the present value of an expected
used to channel household savings into stream of earnings from an investment
investment projects? a. Business loans b. exceeds the cost of the investment
Venture capital c. Retained earnings d. necessary to undertake it, then the
The stock market e. All of the above. 27 investment should be undertaken. However,
of 48. if the present value of an expected stream
28The Capital Market. Mortgages and the of earnings falls short of the cost of the
Mortgage Market. Most real estate in the investment, then the financial market can
United States is financed by mortgages. A generate the same stream of income for a
mortgage, like a bond, is a contract in smaller initial investment, and the
which the borrower promises to repay the investment should not be undertaken. LOWER
lender in the future. Until the last INTEREST RATES, HIGHER PRESENT VALUES. 49
decade, most mortgage loans were made by of 48.
banks and savings and loans. In recent 50REVIEW TERMS AND CONCEPTS. present
years, most mortgages were written by discounted value (PDV) or present value
mortgage brokers or mortgage bankers who (PV). 50 of 48.
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