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## Econ1020: Limits And Choices

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# Econ1020: Limits And Choices Econ 1020

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these notes cover the introduction notes of chapter 1 for macroeconomics
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Principles of Macroeconomics
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Zhou Yang
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Economics, Limits, Choices
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Date Created: 09/07/16
Limits and Choices Tuesday, September 6, 2016 5:10 PM Economy  Finite quantity  Opportunity cost: must give up something to receive something greater o Ex: time  Rational Self-interest(s-int): Max utility (satisfaction/ happy)  Firms max profits o Profits (net return) Marginal Analysis: looks at incremental change  Change in profit o Ex: hiring a new worker (change total cost)  Marginal benefit: benefiting by incremental change  Marginal cost: an increase in benefit o What are you losing? Other- things- equal assumption: common assumption used in econ analysis. Used to identify the relation b/w 2 specific variables: price& quantity The production possibilities frontier: a curve depicting all max output possibilities for two goods given a set of inputs consisting of resources and other factors Microeconomics: individual parts of the economy Macroeconomics: looks at the economy as a whole  Aggregated behavior: summation of individual behavior  Positive Economy: focuses on facts and cause and effect relationships  Normative: What should you do to achieve a goal; desirability of certain aspects of the economy Constraints  Budget line: the goods an individual can consume given their budget o Given the Budget info you can come up with combinations within your budget line  Margin line: shows the max amount of items an individual can buy within their budget o Credit: can change what is attainable in a budget Societies  Resources o Factors of production  Land: includes all natural resources used in the production process  Ex: forest, mineral and oil deposits, water resources, wind power, sunlight, and arable land  Labor: physical actions and mental activities that people contribute to the production of goods and services  Ex: logger, retail clerk, mechanist, teacher  Capital: manufactured aids used in producing consumer goods and services  Ex: factories, transportation, storage, distribution facilities  Entrepreneurial Ability: human production  Takes initiative in combining the resources of land  Makes strategic business decisions that set the course of an enterprise  Bears risks Production Possibilities Model  Production choices  Assumptions o Full employment: utilizing all available resources o Fixed Resources: quantity and quality of the factors of production are constant o Fixed Technology: the methods used to produce output is constant o Two goods: Supply and demand model Possible combinations society can output  Unattainable: not enough technology to compose the resources Points on the line of the graph are the max Law of increasing opportunity costs: production of particular goods increases the opportunity cost of producing an additional unit raises. Economic growth  Increasing resources  Advancement in technology  The current allocation of goods for the present matters for the future

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