Current Disposable Income.

Figure 22-6 shows how closely consumption followed current disposable income over the period 1929-1999. The only period men income and consumption did not move in tandem was during World War II, when goods were scarce ‘and rationed and people were urged to save help the war effort.

Both observation and statistical studies show that the current level of disposable income is the central determining a nation’s consumption.

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