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    Title: 利用總體經濟變數分析內需市場-以日本為例
    Other Titles: Analyzing a domestic market via macroeconomic factors : an example from Japan
    Authors: 楊文如;Yang, Wung-ru
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際貿易學系國際企業學碩士班
    Keywords: 總體經濟變數;內需市場;需求層級理論;Macroeconomic Variable;Domestic market;Maslows’ Need Hierarchy
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 01:47:44 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本文利用總體經濟變數(平均每人GDP、利率、出生率、死亡率、國民所得、失業率及匯率)探討對於內需市場(食物、衣服、房屋及汽車)的影響。且利用時間因子說明需求是否具有層級性。


    This research uses Per Capita GDP、interest rate、birth rate、death rate、national income、unemployment rate and exchange rate to explore the impact of domestic market(food、clothes、houses and cars).This study also uses the time factors to explain whether the demand does have hierarchy.

    The conclusion indicates that Per Capita GDP、death rate and national income affect the expense of the food;Per Capita GDP、death rate、national income and unemployment rate affect the expense of clothes;Per Capita GDP、birth rate and national income affect the expense of the houses;Per Capita GDP and national income affect the expense of cars. Besides, the time factors also explain the demand does have hierarchy.

    Finally, we suggest that investors could put money into corrected industries be aimed at specific time to get benefit.
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