Supply and Demand Simulation Kandice Porter ECO / 365 10 / 13 / 2014 Ronald Merchant P.2 Supply and Demand Simulation Microeconomics is the interaction and behavior of individual units in an economy according to Adams, (2002). However, macroeconomics sees the economy as aggregate. Microeconomics has a straight forward view on the economy, where as macroeconomics sees the economy on a wider spectrum. The supply and demand simulation uses a friendly place called Atlantis city which seems perfect and has a great infrastructure, which makes it a desirable place to live. Some would see this city from the view of macroeconomics because the analysis views the city in a wider spectrum. The simulation points out that there is little traffic and pollution, as well as a very low rate for crime in Atlantis City. This provides us with a perspective of the city that is narrow; the city has components that are individual which provides for a suitable living environment. Infrastructure is basic and nonspecific which means it is viewed through macroeconomics. In talking of the recreational conveniences such as parks and how open the city is sheds some light on the infrastructure, expanding on the narrative; by doing this...
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