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Software Economics Economics 101

Software Economics Economics 101

Software Economics Economics 101 What is the economics of the software industry that gives its products free over the Internet? The Wealth of Nations, by Adam Smith During the 18th century, roads and canals altered how people did business

By Gabriel
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Post WWI and the Roaring 20’s

Post WWI and the Roaring 20’s

Post WWI and the Roaring 20’s. Nativism Rises as a Result of Post WWI Anxiety. Nativism- desire to protect “Old Stock” Americans from immigrants and those that possess other differences Causes Inflation and economic Recession which resulted from Demobilization of WWI.

By Mercy
(261 views)

The Phillips Curve and Expectations Theory

The Phillips Curve and Expectations Theory

The Phillips Curve and Expectations Theory. Key Concepts Summary. ©2005 South-Western College Publishing. What is this chapter about?.

By kalinda
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The Phillips Curve and Expectations Theory

The Phillips Curve and Expectations Theory

The Phillips Curve and Expectations Theory. Key Concepts Summary. ©2005 South-Western College Publishing. What is this chapter about?.

By forrester
(397 views)

PUBLIC POLICY

PUBLIC POLICY

PUBLIC POLICY. Take Five…. When and why has our government grown?. The Great Depression (1930s). The Cold War (1950s). Terrorism. COSTS vs. BENEFITS. Cost = any burden that a group must bear Benefit = any satisfaction that a group will enjoy from a policy. Take Five….

By lequoia
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Principles of Micro

Principles of Micro

Principles of Micro. by Tanya Molodtsova, Fall 2005. Chapter 8: “Application: The Cost of Taxation”. We Will Learn:. taxes reduce consumer and producer surplus the meaning and causes of the deadweight loss from a tax why some taxes have larger deadweight losses than others

By candy
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Understanding Fiscal Policy

Understanding Fiscal Policy

Understanding Fiscal Policy. What is fiscal policy and how does it affect the economy? How is the federal budget related to fiscal policy? How do expansionary and contractionary fiscal policies affect the economy? What are the limits of fiscal policy?. What Is Fiscal Policy?.

By deo
(138 views)

Economic Policymaking

Economic Policymaking

Economic Policymaking. Chapter 17. Government and the Economy. Introduction Capitalism: An economic system in which individuals and corporations, not the government, own the principle means of productions and seek profits. Mixed Economy:

By doctor
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Schools of Economic Thought

Schools of Economic Thought

Schools of Economic Thought. Chapter 1. Introduction. The word "economics" is derived from oikonomikos , which means skilled in household management. Why? Modern economic thought emerged in the 17th and 18th centuries as the western world began its transformation from

By rolanda
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The Carter & Reagan Years

The Carter & Reagan Years

The Carter & Reagan Years. Jimmy Carter 1977-1981. Nuclear engineer – US naval academy Peanut farmer Georgia governor Born-again Baptist background plays significant role in decisions. Large Democratic majorities in both houses

By yardan
(186 views)

Do Now

Do Now

Do Now.

By pier
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3.4 Demand-side and supply-side policies Sh ifts in the AD curve / demand-side policies ·fiscal policy ·interest rates a

3.4 Demand-side and supply-side policies Sh ifts in the AD curve / demand-side policies ·fiscal policy ·interest rates a

Unit 2.4 Demand and Supply-Side Policies U nit Overview. 3.4 Demand-side and supply-side policies Sh ifts in the AD curve / demand-side policies ·fiscal policy ·interest rates as a tool of monetary policy Shifts in the AS curve / supply-side policies

By lelia
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Short run or long run? (full adjustment of capital, expectations, etc.)

Short run or long run? (full adjustment of capital, expectations, etc.)

Schools of Macroconomics. Neo-classical growth model. Classical or non-classical? (sticky wages and prices, rational expectations, etc. yes. long- run. Marxist theories? Behavior growth theories? Malthusian trap models?. no. Short run or long run? (full adjustment of capital,

By mihaly
(216 views)

Unit V Public Policy Vocabulary Chapters 15-17

Unit V Public Policy Vocabulary Chapters 15-17

Unit V Public Policy Vocabulary Chapters 15-17. Q1. Public policy process. A1. The political interactions that lead to the emergence and resolution of public policy issues.

By mervyn
(102 views)

Structure of Central and the Federal Reserve System

Structure of Central and the Federal Reserve System

Structure of Central and the Federal Reserve System. Saud Saadoun Ziyad Ali. The Price Stability Goal & the Nominal Anchor. Price Stability: Low & Stable Inflation. Most important goal of monetary policy. Desirable because rising price level = creates uncertainty = hamper economic growth.

By meira
(102 views)

Supply-Side Economics

Supply-Side Economics

Supply-Side Economics. “Supply creates its own demand” - Say’s Law. SUPPLY SIDE Economics. 1980’s –Early 2000’s Producer Based Milton Freidman Government tries to influence GDP by influencing aggregate supply (the total quantity producers are willing and able to supply)

By dyan
(222 views)

Fiscal Policy

Fiscal Policy

Fiscal Policy. a nd the budget. Keep your vocabulary out…. Fiscal policy is an attempt by the government (President and Congress) to stabilize and/or regulate the economy using the tools of the budget. . The tools of the budget are taxes and spending. . What is the policy? Fiscal Policy.

By ophrah
(122 views)

The Policies of Prosperity

The Policies of Prosperity

The Policies of Prosperity. Chapter 21, Section 3. Andrew Mellon – man behind 1920s economic policy Government should follow business principles Balance budget , reduce debt , cut taxes Supply-side economics Herbert Hoover– Cooperative Individualism

By lin
(136 views)

Normalcy and Good Times

Normalcy and Good Times

Normalcy and Good Times . The Policies of Prosperity . Learning Targets. At the end of this lesson you will: Explain the beliefs of Andrew Mellon towards government. Understand how the government can make more money while lowering taxes. Know what “supply-side-economics” refers to.

By adelio
(89 views)

Conservative v Liberal

Conservative v Liberal

Conservative v Liberal. What is the difference?. Conservatives . Are more likely to be Republican Tend to favor traditional social values What are some examples?. Distrust government action except in matters of national security Are slow to advocate change

By jena
(127 views)

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