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This study uses Hungarian quarterly data from the International Monetary Fund to estimate a distributed lag model whose coefficients allow derivation of the short-run and long-run marginal propensities to consume (MPC). MPCs are main factors determining the consumption, investment, government spending, and export-import multipliers of the economy. Hungary's economy has stagnated and its policy makers are exploring new ways to manage its economy. Our model reveals that the numerical value ofdoi:10.15549/jeecar.v4i2.167 fatcat:sxw32cky6vff7lnk367bdxnu54