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and foremost, both of these terms mentioned are sub-categories of economics itself. As the names of ‘micro’ and ‘macro’ imply, microeconomics facilitates decisions of smaller business sectors, and macroeconomics focuses on entire economies and industries. These two economies are mutually dependent, and together, they develop the strategy for the overall growth of an organization. They are the two most important fields in economics, and are necessary for the rise in the economy. Microeconomics focuses...

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DEPENDENCY THEORY: - Economic development theorists over the last few centuries have developed models for explaining the “undeveloped-ness” of countries in the third world countries. From Durkheim to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), we have, time after time, come to witness the rise and fall of development theories and their explanations for the predicament that many poor countries face. Dependency theory has (more so than others) lasted a great deal of time in the framework of the international...

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returns to help you decide how many hours you should study for your next economics exam? Most decisions involve several alternatives. For example, if you spend an hour studying for an economics exam, you have one less hour to pursue other activities. To determine the opportunity cost of an activity, we look at what you consider the best of these “other” activities. For example, suppose the alternatives to studying economics are studying for a history exam or working in a job that pays $10 per hour...

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command economy. In mixed economy both the private and public sector need to co-exist to overcome the weakness of one another. Most countries practice mixed economy for a number of reasons as mentioned below. Where there is free market enterprise economic forces are unfettered. Supply and demand determine the prices of goods and services. Prices in turn tell businesses what to produce, if the people want more of a particular good than the economy is producing the price of the good rises. That catches...

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Economic Economics is the science that studies how people and societies make decisions that allow them to get the most out of their limited resources. Because every country, every business, and every person deals with constraints and limitations, economics is literally everywhere. This Cheat Sheet gives you some of the basic essential information about economics. the Big Definitions in Economics When studying any subject, a key first step is to learn the lingo. Here are definitions for three of...

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back in her door before anybody and especially two evil villains such as Sulley's main rival as a scarer chameleon-like Randall and Mike and Sulley's boss Mr. Waternoose the chairman and chief executive officer of Monsters, Inc. One of the many economic principals evident in this movie is scaricty. Scarcity is defined as, the inability to satisfy all wants at the same time. Scaricty occurs becaseu all resources and goods are limited. For example, there was a scarcity of screams so the city lacked...

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1. What is the ‘economic problem’? The fundamental economic problem is related to the issue of scarcity. Scarcity means that resources are limited and short in supply in the world (e.g. diamond). Because of limited resources and unlimited demands, society needs to decide how much to produce and distribute these relatively scarce resources. The basic economic problem can be define as what to produce, how much to produce and for whom to produce. Some countries are lucky to have great natural...

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Economics 1Assessment Instructions Assessment 2: Individual Assignment, 30% of Module Weighting 1.0) RELEVANT MODULE LEARNING OUTCOMES: A. Analyse a range of current economic issues and problems. B. Develop and communicate economic arguments in a variety of forms. C. Be able to make effective presentations of economic arguments. D-J The nature of this assignment is such that students will analyse a particular newspaper article and, depending on the subject matter, will respond to one...

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Course: BUECO5903 BUSINESS ECONOMICS Date: Wednesday 13, October, 2010 Reading Commences: Writing Commences: Duration: 3 hours Venue: Off Campus Partner Providers Course Coordinator: Paul McPhee Total marks: 60 Instructions to candidates: 1. Print your name and student number on the Examination Paper and Answer Book. At the conclusion of the examination you must hand in both the examination question...

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Economics Answers Define the following terms: 1) Public goods are goods that when produced can be freely consumed by anyone, for example the justice system. They are made up of the following goods, non-exclusive and non-rival. Non-exclusive goods are goods that people cannot be excluded from consuming, it is difficult or impossible to charge for its use which implies no private market as benefits cannot be denied to those who refuse to pay, for example public TV. Non-rival goods or...

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