In this article, “The EOQ Inventory Formula,” written by James A. Cargal clearly explains the fundamental theory of the Economic Order Quantity. Cargal published this article from Troy State University Montgomery. The article is straight forward and easy to understand. Cargal does a great job explaining each variable and how it’s used accordingly. The formula is written as illustrated in equation 1 and described as the following, Q=√(█((2*D*S)/(H*C )@ )) where, (EQ: 1) Q= the EOQ order quantity.
CHAPTER THREE THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK AND METHODOLOGY 3.1 Theoretical frame work The basic theoretical frame works are the monetarists’ theory of Inflation, and structural rigidity theory of inflation. Monetarists’ theory of Inflation The monetarists emphasise the role of money as the principal cause of demand pull inflation. They contend that inflation is always a monetary phenomenon. They used a simple quantity theory of money, by employing familiar identity of Fisher’s Equation of exchange: MV=PQ Where M is the money supply, V is the velocity of money, P is the price level, and Q is the level of real output. Assuming V and Q as constant, the price level (P) varies proportionately with the supply of money (M).
They built two price indexes, on for each model, and they infer some critical conclusions. They use data from Impressionists and Modern Paintings. When on the dataset is applied the hedonic regression model, the regression includes a totality of 8792 observations, while the repeat sale estimates are based on much less observations (474 observations). Three main economists analysed this model and compared the resulting indexes. They were Chanel, Gerard-Varet, and Ginsburgh (1996).
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An economic order is a combination of both private and governmental activities that through decision making decide the what, how and from whom of the production and consumption of the decision-making process. (Gooijer, 2007) There are two very different sides to it. On the one side either the government makes all the decisions and on the other side decision making can be left to the market. (Gooijer, 2007) Economic order of countries can be placed between these two extremes. Interestingly, the position of a country’s economy between these two extremes is not fixed.
It is more appropriate by using that measurement of weighted RPV. It means that in this study, the way of estimating data of RPV depends on two measurements which are weighted and unweighted of RPV. For modeling the pattern of inflation, combination of ARMA and low order of GARCH is used (Aarstol, 1999; Becker and Nautz, 2009). To find more accurate and precise data of inflation, Maximum-Likelihood Estimation had been applied as it can minimize AIC and form the best lag structure of inflation data. From this article, we can conclude that both expected and unexpected are two parts of inflation which can help us to better explain in this relationship in which it can contribute to RPV, while inflation uncertainty has no significant effect on RPV.
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