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PITTECON 0110James KenkelFall

ECON 0110- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 198 pages long!)

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Examines the behavior of individual consumers, workers, firms and industries. Examines the behavior of the overall us economy. 1945 ww2 ends 1946 tons
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PITTECON 0110Jiyeon KimSummer

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Gross Domestic Product, Fiscal Policy, Interest Rate

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Every economic issue involves, at its most basic level, individual choice. At its core, economics is the study of individual choice. The decision by an
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PITTECON 0110Jiyeon KimSummer

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Gross Domestic Product, Fiscal Policy, Interest Rate

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Every economic issue involves, at its most basic level, individual choice. At its core, economics is the study of individual choice. The decision by an
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PITTECON 0110James KenkelSpring

ECON 0110- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 13 pages long!)

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Employment act of 1946: its main purpose was to lay the responsibility of economic stability of inflation and unemployment onto the federal government.
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PITTECON 0110Dmytro IlinSummer

ECON 0110 Quiz: Homework 1

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PITTECON 0110AllFall

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Discount Window, Excess Reserves, Inverse Relation

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Rational economic behavior: individual tries to maximize benefit with a given cost or minimize the expected cost of achieving a benefit. Positive (if t
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PITTECON 0110AllFall

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Black Market, Net Domestic Product, Retirement Age

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Macro: big, whole us economy overall econ gf"s. , overall inflation rate, overall unemployment. Micro: small, individual consumers /bus"s influences on
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PITTECON 0110AllFall

ECON 0110 Midterm: Midterm 1 Exam Preparation

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Midterm 1 exam preparation: a company has a bond for sale on 1/1/2015. The bond will pay 4. 0% interest on 12/31/2015; 12/31/2016, and 12/31/2017. The
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PITTECON 0110AllFall

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mexican Federal Highway 1, United States Treasury Security, Bachelor Of Business Administration

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Other workers seek similar increases: ss benefits rise too fast. New goods: price \/ when more widely produced (less valuable essentially. ) Inflation
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PITTECON 0110James KenkelSpring

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gross Domestic Product, Currency Appreciation And Depreciation, Limited Liability Partnership

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PITTECON 0110Dmytro IlinSummer

ECON 0110 Quiz: Homework 1

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PITTECON 2001AllFall

ECON 2001 Pitt Exam 3 2013

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Take a few minutes to read the entire paper before you begin to write, and read each question carefully. The multiple choice questions are only worth 1
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ECON 2001 Pitt Exam 1 2012

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ECON 2001 Pitt Exam 3 2011

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ECON 2001 Pitt Exam 2 2011

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ECON 2001 Pitt Exam 3 2014

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ECON 2001 Pitt Exam 2 2012

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ECON 2001 Pitt Exam 1 2011

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ECON 2001 Pitt Exam 1 2014

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PITTECON 0110Kenkel JimFall

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 99: Discouraged Worker, Aggregate Demand, Underemployment

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Microeconomics: examines the behavior of individual consumers, workers, firms, and industries. Macroeconomics: examines the behavior of the overall us
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PITTECON 0110James KenkelFall

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: National Bureau Of Economic Research, Html Element, Economic Report Of The President

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Value things in 2000 with 2000 prices, 2017 things with. Nominal- dollar value changes year to year. Maybe we made more stuff or maybe prices rose. If
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PITTECON 0110K E N K E LFall

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Unemployment Benefits, Business Cycle

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Changes in tax revenue or government spending that occur automatically as the economy grows which reduce the size of the growth or which occur automati
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PITTECON 0110AllFall

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Economic Report Of The President, 0 (Year), National Bureau Of Economic Research

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The dollar value of final output of goods and services produced in the united states. The growth rate of nominal gdp is a deceptive indicator or econom
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PITTECON 0110Dmytro IlinSummer

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Underemployment

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Works for pay, either for someone else or in his/her own business for. Works without pay for 15 or more hours per week in a family enterprise. Has a jo
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PITTECON 0110Dmytro IlinSummer

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Producer Price Index, Gdp Deflator, Market Basket

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Focuses on how decisions are made by individuals and firms and the consequences of those decisions. How the actions of all of the individuals and firms
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PITTECON 0110James KenkelFall

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: The Employer, Social Security, European Cooperation In Science And Technology

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The employer pays 6. 2% of wages and salary into ss fund. The employee also pays 6. 2% of wage and salary earnings into the ss fund. Total = 12. 4% of
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PITTECON 0110Jiyeon KimSummer

ECON 0110 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

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Shows the relationship between the aggregate price level (gdp deflator) & the quantity of aggregate output demanded by households, businesses, the gove
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PITTECON 0110K E N K E LFall

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Natural Monopoly, Deflation, Money Supply

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Examines the behavior of individual consumers, workers, firms and industries. Examines the behavior of the overall us economy. It is the continuing pol
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PITTECON 0110K E N K E LFall

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: The General Theory Of Employment, Interest And Money, John Maynard Keynes, Keynesian Economics

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The general theory of employment, interest and money, 1936. Argued that there is no automatic tendency for the economy to move toward full employment.
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PITTECON 0110James KenkelFall

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PITTECON 0110James KenkelSpring

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Employment act of 1946: its main purpose was to lay the responsibility of economic stability of inflation and unemployment onto the federal government.
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PITTECON 0110AllFall

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Discount Window, Excess Reserves, Inverse Relation

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Rational economic behavior: individual tries to maximize benefit with a given cost or minimize the expected cost of achieving a benefit. Positive (if t
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PITTECON 0110James KenkelSpring

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gross Domestic Product, Currency Appreciation And Depreciation, Limited Liability Partnership

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Employment act of 1946: its main purpose was to lay the responsibility of economic stability of inflation and unemployment onto the federal government.
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PITTECON 0110Kenkel JimFall

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 99: Discouraged Worker, Aggregate Demand, Underemployment

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Microeconomics: examines the behavior of individual consumers, workers, firms, and industries. Macroeconomics: examines the behavior of the overall us
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PITTECON 0110AllFall

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Black Market, Net Domestic Product, Retirement Age

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Macro: big, whole us economy overall econ gf"s. , overall inflation rate, overall unemployment. Micro: small, individual consumers /bus"s influences on
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PITTECON 0110AllFall

ECON 0110 Midterm: Midterm 1 Exam Preparation

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Midterm 1 exam preparation: a company has a bond for sale on 1/1/2015. The bond will pay 4. 0% interest on 12/31/2015; 12/31/2016, and 12/31/2017. The
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PITTECON 0110James KenkelFall

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: National Bureau Of Economic Research, Html Element, Economic Report Of The President

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Value things in 2000 with 2000 prices, 2017 things with. Nominal- dollar value changes year to year. Maybe we made more stuff or maybe prices rose. If
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PITTECON 0110Jiyeon KimSummer

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Gross Domestic Product, Fiscal Policy, Interest Rate

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Every economic issue involves, at its most basic level, individual choice. At its core, economics is the study of individual choice. The decision by an
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PITTECON 0110AllFall

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mexican Federal Highway 1, United States Treasury Security, Bachelor Of Business Administration

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Other workers seek similar increases: ss benefits rise too fast. New goods: price \/ when more widely produced (less valuable essentially. ) Inflation
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PITTECON 0110Jiyeon KimSummer

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Every economic issue involves, at its most basic level, individual choice. At its core, economics is the study of individual choice. The decision by an
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PITTECON 0110Jiyeon KimSummer

ECON 0110 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Gross Domestic Product, Fiscal Policy, Interest Rate

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Every economic issue involves, at its most basic level, individual choice. At its core, economics is the study of individual choice. The decision by an
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PITTECON 0110Jiyeon KimSummer

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Federal Funds Rate, Taylor Rule, Money Multiplier

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Any asset that can easily be used to purchase goods and services. In economics, money is made up of two things: cash & checking account. Bank accounts
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ECON 0110 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

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ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Balanced Budget Amendment, Government Budget Balance, Government Debt

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Government programs intended to protect families against economic hardship. In the us, social insurance programs are paid for with the social insurance
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PITTECON 0110Jiyeon KimSummer

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Economic Indicator, Keynesian Cross

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You get fired & then you start looking for a job because you can"t get a job the next day. When a worker spends time looking for unemployment. Inevitab
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PITTECON 0110Dmytro IlinSummer

ECON 0110 Lecture 20: Recitation 2

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ECON 0110 Quiz: Homework 1

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ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Producer Price Index, Gdp Deflator, Market Basket

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Focuses on how decisions are made by individuals and firms and the consequences of those decisions. How the actions of all of the individuals and firms
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PITTECON 0110Dmytro IlinSummer

ECON 0110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Economic Equilibrium

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The buyers of beer and the sellers of beer form a competitive market. A market in which there are: many buyers and sellers of the same good or service,
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