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The behavior model of the household as an aggregated agent of the Russian economy

Student: Andrej Vlasyuk

Supervisor: Nikolay Pilnik

Faculty: Faculty of Economic Sciences

Educational Programme: Bachelor

Year of Graduation: 2014

<p>Consumers act in housing in a way that disposable income is allocated to current consumption or for savings and future consumer needs. In many countries, household consumption is studied by analyzing family budgets. Household income is the main source of cover for public need of consumption. In this paper we analyzed the level, dynamics and structure of income and consumption expenditure of households in Russia during 1995- 2012.</p><p>This paper deals with the dynamics of the industrial structure of the income and expenditures of households in Russia in the period from 1995 to the year 2012, as well as building models for the prediction of these indicators. Revenue and expenditure structure of households is modeled on the macroeconomic level, depending on the total amount of income and expenses.</p><p>&nbsp;</p>

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