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Econ 1020 Week 3 Notes Winter Quarter

by: Matthew Stein Oakley

Econ 1020 Week 3 Notes Winter Quarter ECON 1020

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Intro to Macroeconomics
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Date Created: 01/31/16
Changes w/ Capitalism:  Migration  Urbanization  The nature of work  LABOR: Division of labor o Employment  wage labor  Risk of unemployment  Transformation of the family o Social implications: CARE  Environmental degradation  Environment o Source o Sink  2005: Millennium Ecosystem Assessment o 1360 scientists  Political development o Democracy – “Welfare State”  Debate on relationship between government and markets  Globalization o After the Great Depression  Keynesianism o After WW2  Keynesianism = dominant paradigm  Gov’t intervention to promote economic growth/employment o Developing countries  ISI  Domestic economic growth supported to grow globally 1970’s Stagflation  Stagflation o Increase in unemployment  Inflation  If unemployment increases, WAGES are decreased, thus PRICES go down Since the early 1980’s: NEOLIBERALISM – New traditional economy  Deregulation  Privatization  Trade & Financial liberalization  In developing countries: o Development promoted by the Washington consensus o East Asia: manufacturing (FDI)  Industrialize countries: o Financialization  Real interest rates = i – π  Low inflation  higher real interest rates o Goal: Economic growth, low inflation History of Economic Thought th -18 century: the emergence of “economics” -Adam Smith: Lived in commercial capitalism era – the “system of perfect liberty” (Economic freedom) Commercial Capitalism: Manufacturing prod = MANUFACTORIES - Handcraft techniques of production and division of labor - High productivity  Self-interest  Profit-making  Wealth accumulation 1776: THE WEALTH OF NATIONS - Pursuing self-interest  Social harmony o “The Invisible Hand” – complete integration of society from collective natural wants What supports wealth accumulation? - Source of wealth = LABOR o Division of labor = Greater productivity  Specialization of labor  Time-saving  Specialized machinery  The extent of the market explains the degree of division of labor Markets: - Natural prices v. Market price o Market price - variates in response to supply/demand  When D>S ; market prices > natural prices  Profits > Social average level of profit  New entry (more capitalists joining the market)  Decrease in market prices until market prices are = natural prices o Natural price – equilibrium price - Supply - Demand Karl Polanyi: Pre-Capitalism vs. Capitalism “The Great Transformation”  Pre-capitalism – EMBEDDED ECONOMICS (Economy/Society not separate) o Economic activities and relations were based on social values, expectations, and relations  The role of pre-capitalist markets: complementary role o Institutional arrangements for production and distribution  Polanyi  Redistribution  Reciprocity  Household  Hellbroner & al.  Tradition  Command Economics  Pre-Capitalism  Politics, Culture, & Technology were enough to understand economic interactions  Capitalism  emergence of markets: self-interest, freedom, choice, material gain o Emergence of “the economy” as separate from rest of society o DISEMBEDDED ECONOMICS (economy/society completely separate) Transition to Capitalism -15 to 16 century -increase in merchants  Mercantilism: commercial phase of capitalism  England – changes in the country side (17 – 18 century)= foundations of the transition to capitalism o 2nd enclosure movement Defining characteristics of Capitalism 1. Private property & the rule of law 2. The role of markets a. Emergence of factors of production: Labor, Land, Capital i. “Fictitious commodities” 3. Critical economics: 4 socio-economic classes – ownership of productive capacity a. Wealthy capitalists (high-profit segment of the economy) b. Small businesses & independent professionals (low-profit segment of the econ) c. Workers – sells labor to capitalist d. The destitute class 4. Objective = profit  i.e. growing profit over time a. Karl Marx i. Pre-capitalism: Commodities  Money  Commodities ii. Capitalism: Money  Commodities Money’ 1. Money’ > Money 2. Money’ – Money = (the change in money) aka profit or surplus value 3. M’  Commodities  M’’ 4. Expansionary economic system Changes after Capitalism  Inequality o Between countries o Within countries


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