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  • Supply and Demand

    Supply and Demand Many factors can lead to the change that takes place in a demand curve corresponding to a new relationship between quantity demanded for ice cream and the price of it. The shifts in demand can be resulted from the prices of other products available in the market, the income available, the customer’s tastes and preferences. First of all, the decrease in price of substitutes to the ice cream will affect the quantity demanded for the ice cream. Smoothies, for example, can be a good

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    Osborne Lopez Supply and Demand Simulation January 17, 2013 ECO/365 William Mason A number of factors, including price increases or decreases, cause changes in supply and demand. An incremental decrease in the rental price led to a huge increase in the demand for houses. Similarly, an increase in the rental price of two roomed apartments caused a decrease in the demand of houses by a significant margin. Suppliers were willing to supply more houses at higher prices and fewer ones at reduced

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    Petroleum Prices and Demand Abstract This week's simulation is centered on GoodLife Management. GoodLife Management is located in a town by the name of Atlantis, where the company rents two-bedroom apartments on a month-to-month basis. This paper will cover the simulation’s supply and demand for two bedroom apartments, the concepts of microeconomics and macroeconomics principles, the shifts in supply and demands, and how the equilibrium is affected during the shifts. The paper also covers how price

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  • Supply and Demand

    Final project Supply and demand is perhaps one of the most fundamental concepts of economics and it is the backbone of a market economy. Demand refers to how much (quantity) of a product or service is desired by buyers. The quantity demanded is the amount of a product people are willing to buy at a certain price; the relationship between price and quantity demanded is known as the demand relationship. Supply represents how much the market can offer. The quantity supplied refers to the amount of

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  • The Evolution of House Price in the Uk and the Factors That Affect the Demand and Supply of Houses

    3 2. The evolution of house price in the UK and the factors affecting 3 supply and demand 3. The price and income elasticity of housing demand 9 4. Literature 11 1. Introduction The aim of this study is to explain the changes in the prices of houses by shedding light on factors affecting the demand and supply of houses in the UK. Firstly, we will look at the evolution of house prices

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  • Supply and Demand

    Running head: SUPPLY AND DEMAND SIMULATION Supply and Demand Simulation University of Phoenix ECO 365 Introduction A number of factors, including price increases or decreases, cause changes in supply and demand. An incremental decrease in the rental price led to a huge increase in the demand for houses. Similarly, an increase in the rental price of two roomed apartments caused a decrease in the demand of houses by a significant margin. Suppliers were willing to supply more houses at higher

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    the basic laws of supply and demand that govern our society today. The prestigious economist Adam Smith once proposed that society was governed by an “invisible hand” which worked to self-regulate the marketplace in the midst of the ambitious goals of sellers and consumers alike. It is by this “invisible hand” that our economy today works, and it can be used to make sense of how the laws of supply and demand work together to guide markets such as that of ice cream. The law of supply states that a rise

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    Aggregate Supply and Demand Model Kelly Guerrero, Kayla Levett ECO/372 June 18, 2013 Esperance Namugabo Aggregate Supply and Demand Model The Aggregate Supply and Demand model is driven by several factors, including non-price level factors or determinants can cause a change in the aggregate demand (“Colander, D. C.” 2010). Independent buying depends on the amount of money the individual maintains, what is expected from the money while spending, job security, and individual taxes. Investment

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    Topic: Supply and Demand Julian Johnson Introduction to Business October 14. 2012 Supply and Demand There are several factors, which affect the demand and supply of goods and services, in any given market. Changes in these factors usually shift the demand and supply curves accordingly. A fast food company operating in a given location essentially depends on supplies of fresh farm produce. Consequently, they use the supplies to prepare food which they serve to customers in their food retail

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    Name: Professor: Institution: Date of Submission: The simulation concerns a supply and demand for two-bedroom rental apartments in Atlantis. There are several factors that affect demand and supply of the two-bedroom apartments leading to shift in both the demand and supply curves. One of the microeconomic principle in this simulation is the law of increasing opportunity cost because it states that production of an additional unit of a product increases the cost

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  • Aggregate Supply and Demand

    Aggregate Demand and Supply Models ECO/372 July 31, 2013 Aggregate Demand and Supply Models Aggregate supply and demand are crucial theories in macroeconomics as they assist economists in deciphering events in the past to help forecast the future. The aggregate supply curve model shows the correlation between the total price level of a country, and the quantity of goods and services manufactured by the suppliers of that country. The aggregate demand curve model shows the quantity of

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    Supply and Demand Rasmussen College Author Note This paper is being submitted on August 18, 2013, for Donna Carignan’s B136/GEB1011 Introduction to Business course. Supply and Demand Consumer and producer expectations have a way of influencing customer perception of the price and taste climate of a business. These supply and demand factors can impact a business operation and affect its competitors. Supplies are assets until they are used by the demands that influence business operations

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  • Supply and Demand

    Microeconomics 202 Seminar 1 Current Event: Chapter 3 (Supply & Demand) September 28, 2013 Global Oil Supply and Demand Online Article By, Kirby Brown, For the Deseret News Published: Monday, Feb. 25 2013 5:44 p.m. MST Global Oil supply and demand is driving gas prices in 2013. He was speaking of how when the price of oil fluctuates, the price of gasoline prices at the pump will also fluctuate. Given the numerous factors affecting global supply and demand for oil, the price of gasoline should be expected

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    Supply And Demand In the business world, business owners are all concerned with supply and demand. From the large hamburger franchise to the local burger joint down the street, supply and demand effects everyone. Of course, supply and demand are affected by many different factors. In order to adequately show you how some factors affect both supply and demand, let's start off by picking a business to use for an example. I'll use the popular hamburger franchise, McDonald's, in my example.

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    Module 2 Written Assignment – Supply and Demand Cori Travers Rasmussen College Author Note This research is being summited on October 20, 2013 for Instructor Troy Stang’s B136/GEB1011 Section 21 Introduction to Business course Supply and Demand McDonalds, a globally acclaimed company, uses the factors of supply and demand every day to determine the impact of their operations. Supply is the availability of an item, while demand is the want or need to have that item (Solomon, Poatsy, Martin

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    supply and demand Identify two microeconomics and two macroeconomics principles or concepts from the simulation. Explain why you have categorized these principles or concepts as macroeconomic or microeconomic. The microeconomic topics would be the demand and supply curve. The demand curve shows how consumers would react to prices. The supply curve shows how landlords would react to price by how much units will sell. The outside company coming in and the price cap would

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    Supply and Demand Simulation Cindy Smith ECO/365 January 23, 2013 Arnella Trent Supply and Demand Simulation Two principles focused on microeconomics is the supply and demand of two bedroom apartments and the conversion of two bedroom apartments into condos represented in the scenario in Atlantis. Two principles focused on macroeconomics is the rent controls put into effect on the two bedroom apartments in Atlantis and the increase in population and jobs due to the entry of Lintech Incorpoated

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  • Aggregate Demand Supply Models

    AGGREGATE DEMAND SUPPLY MODELS: ECONOMIC CRITIQUE Although unemployment rates have improved in the last three years, the unemployment rates are slowly beginning to rise again. Millions of Americans are still out of work. Acquisitions, company closings, and massive layoffs, among other factors, are contributors to the ongoing issue. Employers in 20 states, which are almost half of the United States, have cut jobs. The unemployment rate increased in 18 states, decreased in 17 states, and did not

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  • Supply and Demand

    Supply and Demand Daniel P. Velasquez ECO 365 May 15, 2014 Dr. Emmanuel Ogunji Supply and Demand Supply and demand are the basis of economics. When discussing economics the terms supply, demand, and equilibrium price are at the forefront. Why are these terms so important when discussing economics, because they are the key components of the subject of economics? Demand can be described as the relationship between price and quantity demanded for a good or service. Each price provided

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  • Supply and Demand

    Supply, Demand and Price Elasticity Team H ECO/212 Supply, Demand and Price Elasticity With the economy growing bigger and bigger, all the commodities that people rely on to go about their day to day lives does too. One commodity that people must have even if prices rose or drop is coffee. Team B will discuss the causes for shifts in supply and demand and how the shifts influence price, quantity, and market equilibrium. We will determine if coffee is

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  • The Microeconomic Effects of Change in Demand and Supply Factors: Wal-Mart

    The Microeconomic Effects of Change in Demand and Supply Factors: Wal-Mart Raina Devoid Southern New Hampshire University Introduction The following research study of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (Wal-Mart) examines the effects of non-price factors as they relate to the graphical representations of demand and supply curves. After describing the industry itself and the services/ products it provides and an understanding of how the organization operates as a market has been established, this study will

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  • Factors That Will Be Affecting the Demand and Supply for Products

    Calice Topic Paper 1: Factors That Will Be Affecting the Demand And Supply For Products Presented to: Dr. John A. Machnic, Phd In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of: Managerial Economics Summer 1, 2013 Section OB Introduction: Demand is described as the ability and the willingness to buy a specific quantity of a product at a given price (Grant, 2002). The demand curve is downward sloping and

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  • Microeconomics and the Law of Supply and Demand

    Supply and Demand Simulation July 22, 2014 Nathan Haggard ECO 365 There are a variety of factors that can influence changes in supply and demand. These factors include price increases or decreases. An example is a nominal decrease in an asking rental price can result in a substantial increase in demand for houses. To a similar effect, an increase in the rental price of two-roomed apartments consequentially resulted in a decrease in the demand of houses by a substantial amount. Suppliers

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    Supply and Demand Supply and demand is perhaps one of the most fundamental concepts of economics and is the backbone of a market economy and the qualities they share. In this paper, I will discuss what causes changes in supply and demand, determine how changes in price and quantity will influence market equilibrium. I’ll also describe how the necessity of a good and the availability of substitutions affect prices and compare and contrast market systems and the role of an economist within those systems

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  • Supply and Demand

    head: SUPPLY AND DEMAND AND ELASTICITY PAPER Supply and Demand and Elasticity Paper Principles of Economics ECO212 Supply and Demand and Elasticity Paper Supply and demand is perhaps one of the most fundamental concepts of economics and is the backbone of a market economy. The relationship between demand and supply underlie the forces behind the allocation of resources. (Investopidia A forbe digital company, n.d.). In this paper we will discuss what causes changes in supply and demand

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  • Supply and Demand

    Supply and Demand is a phrase that every one hears in one way or another, Supply and demand phrase according to Colander, (2010) is the most used phrase by economist and the reason is because the phrase provides a good “off-the-cuff” answer for many question that have to do with economy. Example why are interest rates to Low? Because supply and demand. Why is Gasoline so high? supply and demand. This paper will speak about a simulation found on University of Phoenix student website, simulation named

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  • Factors Affecting Demand and Supply

    Discuss the factors causing a shift in the demand and supply of a specific commodity. In economics, Demand refers to the quantity of a goods or services that consumers are willing and able to buy at a given price in a given time period. The law of demand stipulates that there is an inverse relationship between the price of a good and the quantity demanded, that is to say, if the price of, say, good X rises, it will decrease the quantity demanded of good X and the price of the good falls, this

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  • Demand and Supply

    Factors affect demand: the price of related products, the income, tastes, expectations and number of consumers. 1) Price of related products. Since other meat products such as pork, lamb, chicken is the called substitute. Their prices are relatively high. Although pork prices, it does not affect their needs. Consumers will not turn to buy other meat instead of pork. Therefore, demand of pork is still increasing. 2) Income. Since people's living standards and income improve, demand of meat is

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  • Supply & Demand of Lumber

    The Supply and Demand of Lumber Managerial Economics ADM-524 I have read and understand the plagiarism policy as outlined in the syllabus and the sections in the Student Bulletin relating to the IWU Honesty/Cheating Policy. By affixing this statement to the title page of my paper, I certify that I have not cheated or plagiarized in the process of completing this assignment. If it is found that cheating and/or plagiarism did take place in the writing

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  • Supply and Demand

    University of Pheonix Supply and Demand Simulation ECO/365 Supply and Demand simulation Supply and demand was affected by decreasing the rent to lower the vacancy percentage and maximize revenue for the company. This process is considered a temporary fix on a month-to-month basis and a good example of microeconomics. Another example of microeconomics is when the new company came into town and increased the population along with jobs. The population and job increase suggest they

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    Running Head: Microeconomics and the Law of Supply and Demand Microeconomics and the Law of Supply and Demand ECO/365 February 12, 2012 Supply and Demand Simulation This week our facilitator assigned each student to participate in an economics simulation that allowed us to be in control over a property management company, named Good Life Management. In this simulation the student was able to use experimental economics and natural experiments. Atlantis is the city in which Good Life

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  • Supply and Demand

    must often be made based on limited information regarding the direction of the company, which affects revenue, pricing, and market stability. A manager must understand many factors to help a business increase revenue. One factor is that price times quantity yields total revenue for a product. Another relevant concept is that there are opportunity costs associated with any decision. Elasticity also affects revenues as managers change prices and quantities. Increasing Revenue OBJECTIVE: Choose

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    Demand and Supply Student's Name Institutional Affiliation Chapter 4 Demand is a very important terminology in the field of economics. By definition, Demand is the willingness and the ability if a given consumer to purchase a given commodity during a given period. This aspect manifests itself as the commodities utility analyzed with respect to the income of a given consumer, class of consumers or different groups of consumers. Demand comes in the form of a list indicating

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    Supply and Demand August 12, 2013 Eco/365 Chris Foster Introduction There were two microeconomics and two macroeconomics concepts in the simulation. Atlantis is a microeconomics apartment company which manage apartment complexes and homes in the city. Atlantis had one shift supply curve and one shift in the demand curve when business started moving into the city. These shifts affected the equilibrium price, quantity, and decision making with the demand

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  • Demand and Supply

    Task-1 Simple Supply and Demand The utilisation of various products includes crore of millions of population, who individually can limited the power to effect the cost of goods, but combinedly have plenty of power to influence it. The solution will definitely won’t shock you: (Foreign countries) Saudi Arabia. But the very close runner-up might: The (USA)United States of America creates more than 11.11 million barrels every day, which can be more than 95% of what other foreign countries like Saudi

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  • Supply and Demand

    Supply and Demand Simulation ECO/365 June 1, 2015 Supply and Demand Simulation Supply and Demand Simulation Supply and Demand is a model of economic price determination in a market and is most likely one of the concepts that is most fundamental of economics. They are the foundational of any marketing economy. “Prices are the tool by which the market coordinates individuals’ desires and limits how much people demand. When goods become scarce, the market reduces the quantity people

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    Laws of Supply and Demand David Evinger Natasha Futch Jeffrey McAvoy ECO/365 9/13/2015 Professor Tim Ringgold Introduction The supply and demand is very important in microeconomic and macroeconomic settings. The simulation described how economic factors have an effect on the number of influences, as well as price increases or reductions, cause dissimilarities in basis and demand. An incremental fall in the fee price led to a vast increase in the claim for households. Similarly

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    Jake Jernigan Economics Essay 1: Supply and Demand. In an article on the Bloomburg BusinessWeek global economics section called How the Booming Oil Patch Helps US Trade, a topic is discussed that is directly related with the topic of supply and demand. Oil, oil shortages, and oil prices have been a catalyzing topic for anyone that considers themselves American for many years. This is because a very large portion of our quality of life comes from the use of and consumption of mostly foreign oil

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  • Factors Affecting Aggregated Demand and Supply

    Factors Affecting Aggregated Demand and Supply Factors Affecting Aggregated Demand and Supply Facebook’s internet.org project When you go into the website in the main page the words “the more we connect the better it gets”, “2/3 of the world is not connected to the internet” and also at the very bottom it has a section to where it is titles “these are their stories” and there are four sets of names and to what and who they are, but it is interesting because as I clicked on the names “ Erika

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    RELATINOSHIP BETWEEN DEMAND, SUPPLY, PRICE AND INCOME ELASTICITY Essay Statement This essay is to critically discuss the concepts of demand and supply. That helps to understand how the product’s own price and income elasticity of people relates with each other. We would also discuss how these concepts would be useful to evaluate the fluctuations in the oil prices the world has experienced from January 2014 until August 2015. Demand Quantity of a particular product or service that is desired

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    problem of scarcity ‘at a stroke’? The problem of scarcity is one of a lack of production. Simply printing more money without producing more goods and services will merely lead to inflation. To the extent that firms cannot meet the extra demand (i.e. the extra consumer expenditure) by extra production, they will respond by putting up their prices. Without extra production, consumers will end up unable to buy any more than previously. 5 ( (Box 1.1) What is it that makes each one of

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    Supply, Demand, and Price Elasticity Team C-Carefree Challengers Kimberly Badgley, Randall Coakley, Stacy Engram, Misty Landwehr, Geneva Krager, and Gregory Minor ECO/212 September 13, 2010 Dr. Lyn Bush Supply, Demand, and Price Elasticity Introduction. (Misty) Changes in Supply and Demand (Kimberly) According to Hubbard and O’Brien (2010), the demand side of the curve influences by not what a customer wants to buy but what a buyer is willing to purchase. The demand curve shows the

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  • Capital Markets Investment and Finance

    past-price movements thus pursue a random course, making impossible to forecast future-price movements as they are an independent of past-prices. Fama (1970) establish three-level grading system portraying degree of market efficiency, based on investment approach endowing abnormal returns: Market anomalies are inconsistent with EMH and a consequence of deviations and incomprehensible patterns in smooth running of stock markets. Anomalies are statistically considerable and additionally

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    Unit II: SUPPLY & DEMAND VOCABULARY: 1. SCARCITY 8. ELASTICITY 15. TOTAL COSTS 2. MARKET RESEARCH 9. INELASTICITY 16. EQUILIBRIUM 3. DEMAND 10. SUPPLY 17. EQUILIBRIUM PRICE 4. LAW OFDEMAND 11. LAW OF SUPPLY 18. SHORTAGE 5. SUBSTITUTION 12. COSTS OF PRODUCTION 19. SURPLUS 6. COMPLEMENT 13. FIXED COSTS 7. INCOME EFFECT 14. VARIABLE COSTS KEY CONCEPTS: 1. What determines prices? 2. How does market research impact

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  • Demand and Supply

    Demand and Supply: The Basics 21 FUNDAMENTALS OF ECONOMICS FOR BUSINESS - (Second Edition) © World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd. http://www.worldscibooks.com/economics/6794.html Chapter 2 Introduction The most basic, and in many ways the most lasting, lesson to be learnt from “Economics 101” relates to the fundamental concepts of demand and supply and their interaction. These are usually presented in a simple graphical format involving demand and supply “curves”. The word is in quotes

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    Supply 1 Supply and Demand Simulation Erika M. Sample Eco 360 Patrick Deveraux 8-07-07 Supply 2 The concepts of supply and demand are fundamental to understanding many real-world occurrences. The demand curve is downward sloping, and that quantity demanded increases as the price decreases – that is, as you move down the demand curve. GoodLife

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    discuss the subject of economics, terms such as supply, demand, and equilibrium price are often mentioned. It is also common to see graphs which contain the supply and demand curve. We might ask, why are these terms so important when discussing economics? The answer is because these terms are the key components in the subject of economics. Therefore, before we can fully understand economics we must first understand the terms and how they are related. Demand can be described as the relationship between

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  • Supply and Demand

    the supply refers to the employees or the labor class and demand refers to the employer willing to hire these employees on a certain wage. In a labor market, equilibrium is reached when the employers are willing to hire all the number of employees on the wages these employees/labor are seeking and so the consensus is reached between the demand and the supply of labor. Labor market equilibrium behaves in a way similar to any demand supply equilibrium. The supply increases from many factors such as

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    Supply And Demand Aaron Harris XECO/212 3/25/2012 Kristin Paul Supply And Demand Supply and demand are the two words that economists most often use and there is a Good reason. Supply and demand is the engine that makes market economies Go. This determines the quantity of each good produced and the price point at Which it is sold. If you would like to understand how any event or policy will have an effect on the Economy, you must first think about how it will affect supply and demand

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    person on a boneless equivalent basis” (para. 2). The writer will investigate the trends in consumption patterns, which include the utility derived from meat, changes in demand, market prices and the elasticity of demand for meat. Economics, the law of supply and demand, and discuss factors that lead to a change in supply and demand will also be discussed. Economics is defined by Merriam-Webster Online as “a social science concerned chiefly with description and analysis of the production, distribution

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