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School: Eastern Florida State College
Department: Ecosystem Science and Policy
Course: Microeconomics
Professor: Allison adderly
Term: Spring 2017
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Cost: 25
Name: Microeconomics M1-1 and M1-2
Description: These notes are labeled in the upper right hand corner by M# (module number) and a single umber below that indicating the page number in the module set. This class has four modules and an average of three chapters per module.
Uploaded: 03/29/2017
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Who will boy the goods?




How are the goods produced?




What goods will be produced ?



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Fallacy to e - just because event A happens before event Bo event a didn't cause "b" • Correlation not causation E good for everyone Chapter 2 - The Market system & Circular Flows qov Economic Susterms loivaills olen Ko to coordinate the economy i o they differ by the degree Laissez faine Capitolism the ideal economy" as a no - everything is market driven hoop - Govo only there for protection of theft ont and as an environment for contracts (law) Chotovitoo evitonaserorandrue ult mi I Command System (AKA communism) . Govo makes decisions tood -Ex. North Korea, Cuba, Myrammar All pertains to market Esenemy The Market Economy Mix of decentralized decision making with some gov. control • mostly private ownership of resources • Consumers/suppirers act in self interest behavior * Found in most of the world, ** Characteristics of Market System ** •Private property, Freedom of enterprise, freedom of choice, self interest, competition, market driven prices o Technology o Capitol qoods considered good • Specializations (positive) - - Division of laber olan - Geographic specialization •Using money to exchange rather than bartering + An active bot limited govo helps allieviate market failures - increases effectiveness of market system o- possible gov failune There are 5 essential Questions oor 1. What goods will be produced ? (Dollar votes -AkA what people actually buy-decides) 2. How are the goods produced? (Always produced using last cest method) 3. Who will boy the goods? (Those people both willing & able-financially able) 4. How will the system change ? (changes in taste/ preferences technology, $esources 5. How will the system progress? (Creative destruction)

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