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Output method


The method of calculating domestic product using information on the net outputs of various sectors of the economy. Two other methods are the expenditiire method, which uses information on the expenditures of various sectors of the economy including consumers, investors, and the government, and the income method, which proceeds by adding up the incomes of the various factors of production.


Reference: Oxford Press Dictonary of Economics, 5th edt.