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2016-10-27T11:22:54ZArticle gives a common-sense and easy to understand explanation of what price elasticity of demand is and how to calculate the price elasticity of demand
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZArticle gives a common-sense and easy to understand explanation of what price elasticity of supply is and how to calculate the price elasticity of supply.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThe meaning of cross price elasticity of demand; the difference between CPEoD for substitute goods and complementary goods; calculating CPEoD.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article gives an overview of how to identify increasing, decreasing, and constant returns to scale.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZMany an economics student has questioned the difference between the long run and the short run in economics. Learn about the short run vs long here.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article discusses the economic distinction between the short run and the long run in economics and outlines a number of different interpretations of the terms.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZArticle reviews Price Elasticity of Demand, compares it with Income Elasticity of Demand. Both formulas express relationships between two variables.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article outlines the different types of unemployment and explains how each one can arise in an economy.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article describes the circular-flow model and explains how it shows the movement of money, goods and services, and factors of production in an economy.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article explains how to calculate the point version of price elasticity of demand using calculus.
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2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article introduces the concept of the budget constraint and describes some of its important features.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article explains the relationship between the marginal revenue curve and the demand curve.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article helps beginners start to understand what is studied in the field of economics known as econometrics.
2016-10-27T11:22:54Zthis article gives a brief overview of the role that government plays in the economy.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article introduces the economic production function and discusses a number of its features.
2016-10-27T11:22:54Z10 practice supply and demand questions to help students study for tests.
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2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article gives a conceptual introduction to the concept of elasticity.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article gives an overview and example of the Coase Theorem and discusses potential reasons why the theorem might not apply in practice.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZMarginal Utility is a concept introduced very early in microeconomics. But what exactly is marginal utility and how do we use it?
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZWhat is economics? Is it the study of money? Is it the study of resources? We provide expert answers to this surprisingly complex question.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZI'm having a little trouble trying to understand expansionary monetary policies and contractionary monetary policies. Can you help explain what impact expansionary monetary policies and contractionary monetary policies have on the economy?
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZA look at the mixed economy of the United States.
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2016-10-27T11:22:54ZA business cycle is defined by four distinct phases of fluctuation in economic indicators like real GDP. Discover these phases to learn about our economy.
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2016-10-27T11:22:54ZAn examination of American fiscal policy during the 1960s and the 1970s.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article explains how economists define unemployment.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article introduces the concept of externalities, or market side effects, and explains how they can arise in a market.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZUnderstanding the value of money is essential to understanding economics generally. What gives money value? What could cause it to lose value?
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZHow To Study For Your Economics Exam. Tips on how to study for your economics exam that is a few weeks away as well as tips on how to cram the night before, if necessary.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZFor as long as I can remember, I've been hearing that the world oil supply will run out in a few decades. I remember quite vividly growing up in the early 1980's hearing that there wouldn't be any oil left by the time I learned how to drive. Fortunately the prediction of a depleted oil supply never came true.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZSupply - what do economists mean when they use the term supply? A common sense discussion on the economic concept of supply.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZHelp for students having trouble with Macroeconomics. Macroeconomics tips and tricks are available. http://economics.about.com/cs/studentresources/a/macro_help.htm
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZNominal vs. Real Question Answered: I'm learning economics and I keep hearing the terms nominal and real all the time to describe things like interes rates. What's the difference between nominal and real?
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZAn examination of the state of the American economy during the 1980s.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZA look at the importance of monetary policy to the United States economy.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article explains the different types of money than can arise in an economy.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZA look at the use of regulation and control in the U.S. economy.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article gives an overview of what real exchange rates are and how they are used.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZInstrumental variables are used to estimate causal relationships when a controlled study isn’t feasible. IV methods rely on proper exclusion restrictions.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZArticle for beginners answers the question: What Is International Economics?
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZArticle for beginners answers the question: What Is Money? After reading the article, you will be able to give a quick and correct answer to the question 'What Is Money?'
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThe basics of Supply and Demand. Economics.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThe Double Coincidence of Wants Defined - A Dictionary Definition of The Double Coincidence of Wants
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2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article shows how to calculate Gross Domestic Product using the value added at each stage of production.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZAbout.com's online Microeconomics Textbook helps students clarify microeconomic concepts they may be unclear about.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZEconomist Simon Kuznets once hypothesized that over the course of economic development, economic inequality first increases before it decreases.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article explains what the real interest rate measures conceptually and shows how it is calculated.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZEconomics is actually many different fields. Underlying them are approaches that are valuable for achievement in business, government and private life.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThe general increase in the price for goods in an economy is called inflation. Here we take a closer look at cost-push inflation and demand-pull inflation.
2016-10-27T11:22:54Zclass="no-js" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article" > itemprop="description" >The term "budget
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article introduces the concept of welfare analysis that economists use to calculate how much value markets create for society.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article outlines the different expenditure categories that are added up to calculate Gross Domestic Product.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZIn the study of economics, there are three primary types of unemployment. Discover the different categories and how they reflect the health of the economy.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZMarket Defined - A Dictionary Definition of Market
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThe standard argument goes as follows: Let's suppose that the economy is in the low end of the business cycle, so we're in a recession or just a period of low economic growth.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article explains the relationship between elasticity and the slopes of the demand and supply curves.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZA look at the use of marginal analysis in economics. An article for students new to economics.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZAn examination of the U.S. government's role in the economy.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZArticle answers the question:. Economics.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZUtility functions are mathematical expressions of consumer preferences. These functions are quasiconcave, where concavity indicates consumer resistance.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZAn examination of how capital is raised by corporations.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article outlines the arguments that people make against free trade and explains the flaws in the reasoning of each of the arguments.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article provides a definition for a free-market economy and lists some resources for related reading and learning.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article explains the role of economics in public policy and explains the difference between positive and normative analysis.
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2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article explains the effect that a subsidy has on market price and quantity as well as on the economic well-being of consumers, producers, and society overall.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZArticle examines the link between globalization and unemployment. Is there a link between globalization and the frequency of recessions?
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article outlines all of the different factors than can affect economic demand for an item.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZAn examination of the American economy after World War II.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZEconomics. Page 3.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZArticle examines monopolies and companies in monopoly markets, and compares monopoly to oligopoly, monopolistic competition, and perfect competition.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZAre credit cards are a from of money? An interesting and unusual question about! Let's take a look at what is considered to be money and where credit cards fit in.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article introduces the demand curve and discusses a few of its features.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article gives the general definition of a discount factor, shows how it is used in economics, and provides a few resources for further reading.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZLearn how the change in value of U.S. currency impacts Canadian businesses and shifts the direction of imports and exports.
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2016-10-27T11:22:54ZIn this article we go through 5 questions on marginal revenues and marginal costs to illustrate how a student should answer these questions.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis question answers the questions: What is the demand for money? Does that change? The other three elements all make perfect sense to me but demand for money is confusing me to no end. Page 2.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article describes what economics is and what economics isn't.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZWhat effect do income taxes have on economic growth? Will lower income tax rates lead to higher growth, or will they just line the pockets of the rich?
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article outlines what Gross Domestic Product measures.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZA look at what the gold standard was and how it differs from the fiat system of money today. A comparison of fiat money and the gold standard.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article introduces the concept of purchasing-power parity and explains why purchasing-power parity might not hold in practice.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZAn article on inflation for beginners which answers the question: What is Inflation?
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article shows how supply and demand come together to determine prices and quantities in a market.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article explains how to calculate marginal cost, total cost, fixed cost, total variable cost, average total cost, average fixed cost, and average variable cost using simple examples.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZArticle examines how a student can construct an indifference curve.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZA brief overview of two meta-analyses of studies of the price elasticity of gasoline.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article outlines the different factors that affect the supply of a good or service.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis beginner's guide to elasticity explains the meaning of the economic concept and demonstrates with a couple of examples why it is important.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article shows how to find economic equilibrium using algebra.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article discusses the basic assumptions of any Economics 101 or 'Economics Principles' course.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZAn introduction to what exchange rates are and what causes them to change.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article gives the general definition of an externality associated with a market and provides a few examples and resources for further reading.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZThis article introduces a basic rule that can be used by firms to figure out what mix of labor and capital produces output at lowest cost.
2016-10-27T11:22:54ZImpact of Globalisation on Developing Countries and India