Map of Benthuy on When that is done, GNP is transformed into net national product. The total output is measured as a sum of all commodities multiplied by their corresponding market prices, (e.g., 5 loaves of bread at $3.00 each contributes $15 worth of GNP), and is classified as nominal GNP. Clearly, if only prices increase and the actual output remains the same, the GNP (nominal) would increase. To assess the changes in economic production, therefore, one can measure output at constant prices, i. Map of Benthuy 2016.
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