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ECON 310: Introduction to Microeconomics

School: Northwestern University

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Monopolies & Price Discrimination: Myths, Truths & Insights
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Explore the intricacies of monopolies and price discrimination in the market. Unpack myths and truths about consumer behavior and pricing strategies. Real-life examples illuminate these fundamental economic concepts.

Yen vs Dollar: Decoding Nominal vs Real Exchange Rates in Trade
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Grasp the distinction between nominal and real exchange rates, using the yen and dollar as examples. Learn how these rates influence purchasing power in different economies. Understand their implications in the global trade landscape.

Deciphering Economic Gears: Calculating Private Investment
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Discover the intricate components of an economy, including savings, budgets, and trade balances. Learn how these elements interconnect and influence private investment. Understand an economic identity that determines an economy's investment levels.

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.

"Economics Basics: Circular-Flow Diagram Explained
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Explore the fundamental concept of the circular-flow diagram in economics, which simplifies the intricate interactions between households and firms. Includes examples illustrating how money, labor, and services flow between these economic actors.

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.

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