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ECON 1123: Principles of Economics-Micro.

School: University of Oklahoma

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 22

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Elasticity & Trade: How Demand Shapes Economic Gains for Nations
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Explore how elasticity of demand impacts gains from trade in economies. Understand the relationship between demand elasticity and benefits for consumers and producers. Debunk misconceptions about inelastic demand and trade gains.

Trade-offs in Life: Balancing Time, Money, Jobs, and Personal Ties
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Explore the concept of trade-offs in daily life, from balancing work and leisure to managing savings and expenses. Unravel the intricacies of prioritizing professional ambitions against personal ties. Learn how recognizing these trade-offs can guide more informed life decisions.

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.

Ceteris Paribus: Simplifying Complex Economic Analyses & Predictions
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Discover the role of "ceteris paribus" in economics, a foundational assumption simplifying analyses. Understand its application in variable isolation, policy analysis, and model building. Gain insights into how economists use this tool for clarity in complex scenarios.

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.

Lags in Monetary and Fiscal Policy Impact on Aggregate Demand
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This video explores the causes of lags in the impact of monetary and fiscal policy on aggregate demand, drawing analogies to recognizing seasonal changes, adjusting cooking temperatures, and waiting for planted seeds to grow, and discusses the implications of these lags for the debate between active and passive economic policy approaches.

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