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ECO 2314: Principles of Microeconomics

School: Texas State University

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 9

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Frictional Unemployment: Role & Reducing its Impact
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Explore the dynamics of frictional unemployment in a constantly changing economy. Learn about government roles and strategies in mitigating its impacts. Understand how workforce transitions can be made smoother with informed interventions.

Pros and Cons of Government-Created Monopolies
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Explore the concept of government-created monopolies, which are entities granted exclusive rights, like licenses, patents, and copyrights. While they can promote innovation and efficiently operate in high-cost industries, they might also introduce inefficiencies and stifle competition. Weighing the pros and cons is essential.

Positive vs. Normative Economics: Decoding Economic Statements Explain
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Distinguish between positive and normative economic statements with real-world examples. Grasp the difference between objective explanations and value judgments in economics. Master the foundations of economic thought and their application.

Comparing Four-firm Ratio & HHI: Assessing Market Concentration & Powe
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Explore the differences between the Four-firm Concentration Ratio and the Herfindahl-Hirschman Index. Understand how they assess market concentration and dominance. Get insights into market power dynamics by comparing these two indices.

Explaining Economic Logic of Purchasing-Power Parity
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This video explains the theory of Purchasing Power Parity (PPP) in economics, emphasizing how it relies on the "law of one price" and illustrating how exchange rates should adjust to equalize purchasing power between nations in the long run. It also demonstrates how price disparities for products like iPhones can lead to currency exchange rate adjustments and eventually equalized prices.

Micro vs. Macro: Unraveling the Twin Pillars of Economic Study Explain
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Unpack the primary subdivisions of economics: Microeconomics, centered on individual economic agents, and Macroeconomics, which looks at broader economic trends. Understand the core differences and inherent connections between these two fields. Explore real-world examples to comprehend their implications.

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