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KSUMATH 1160Tong WuFall

[MATH 1160] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 25 pages long Study Guide!

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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Economic Surplus, General Agreement On Tariffs And Trade, World Trade Organization

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They can help members to avoid trade wars. A large country may gain from a tariff, but only if other large trading partners don"t retaliate. A country
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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Factor Endowment, Economic Surplus, Market Power

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30 Sep 2016
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Ricardo model: a theory that explains the existence of a country"s comparative advantage by its productivity. Heckscher-ohlin theorem: a theory that ex
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KSUMATH 1160Tong WuFall

MATH 1160 Chapter homework: upload14

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KSUMATH 1160Tong WuFall

MATH 1160 Lecture 13: upload13

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KSUMATH 1160Tong WuFall

MATH 1160 Lecture 7: upload12

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KSUMATH 1160Tong WuFall

MATH 1160 Lecture 5: upload10

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KSUMATH 1160Tong WuFall

MATH 1160 Lecture 4: upload9

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MATH 1160 Lecture 8: upload8

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KSUMATH 1160Tong WuFall

MATH 1160 Lecture 1: upload6

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KSUENGL 2110Andrew PlattnerFall

ENGL 2110 Lecture 5: upload5

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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Laissez-Faire, Market Failure, Invisible Hand

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23 Sep 2016
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Chapter 7- consumers, producers, and the efficiency of markets cont. A seller will produce and sell the good/service only if the price exceeds cost. At
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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Demand Curve, Economic Surplus

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21 Sep 2016
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Chapter 7- consumers, producers, and the efficiency of markets. Welfare economics studies how the allocation of resources affects economic well-being.
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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Tax Incidence, Price Controls, Economic Equilibrium

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17 Sep 2016
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Exam 1 review: scarcity- the limited nature of society"s resources relative to unlimited human"s want, opportunity cost- what you give up to obtain it.
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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Price Ceiling, Price Floor, Economic Equilibrium

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14 Sep 2016
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Government policies that alter the private market outcome. A price ceiling above the equilibrium price is not binding- meaning has no effect on the mar
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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Latte, Starbucks, Economic Equilibrium

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9 Sep 2016
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Chapter 4- the market forces of supply and demand continued. Example: if a family"s increase in income occurs, then there desire for expensive outings
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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ceteris Paribus, Demand Curve, Carpool

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31 Aug 2016
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Chapter 4-the market forces of supply and demand. A competitive market is one with many buyers and sellers; each has a negligible effect on price. A pe
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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Comparative Advantage, Absolute Advantage, Opportunity Cost

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29 Aug 2016
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Chapter 3- interdependence and the gains from trade continued. The principle of comparative advantage- if you are productive, you are using a sale. Bas
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KSUECON 2100Xuepeng LiuFall

ECON 2100 Lecture 1: Chapter 3- Interdependence and the Gains from Trade

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The u. s benefits from borrowing from other nations. Other nations produce different goods that are substantial to the needs of the american population
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