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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
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Scarcity : a situation in which unlimited wants exceed the limited resources available to. Economics: the study of the choices people make to attain th
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UCONNPUBH 1001David GregorioFall

PUBH 1001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 36 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
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Public health efforts focus on vulnerable populations. Public health: the totality of all evidence-based public and private efforts that preserve and p
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Price Discrimination, Economic Surplus, Yield Management

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31 Jan 2018
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Price discrimination: charging higher prices to some customers and lower prices to others. Charging different prices to different customers for the sam
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Robinson–Patman Act, Sherman Antitrust Act, Joseph Schumpeter

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31 Jan 2018
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Monopoly: a firm that is the only seller of a good or service that does not have a close substitute. A firm has a monopoly if it can ignore the actions
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Sequential Game, Bargaining Power, Nash Equilibrium

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31 Jan 2018
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Chapter 14: oligopoly: firms in less competitive markets. Game theory is the study of the decisions of firms in industries where the profit of each fir
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Brand Management, Monopolistic Competition, Marginal Revenue

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31 Jan 2018
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Monopolistic competition : a market structure in which barriers to entry are low and. Average revenue is equal to total revenue divided by quantity---b
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Marginal Utility, Productive Efficiency, Allocative Efficiency

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31 Jan 2018
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The similarity of the good or service produced by the firms in the industry. The ease with which new firms can enter the industry. Perfectly competitiv
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Average Variable Cost, Marginal Cost, Marginal Product

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31 Jan 2018
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Technology: the processes a firm uses to turn inputs into outputs of goods and services. Technological change : a change in the ability of a firm to pr
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UCONNANTH 1006Kevin Mc BrideSpring

ANTH 1006 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Linguistic Anthropology, Applied Anthropology

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25 Jan 2018
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Anthropology: the study of humans around the world and through time. Holism: the study of the whole of the human condition. Examines all societies, anc
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UCONNANTH 1006Kevin Mc BrideSpring

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Language Change, Historical Archaeology, Underwater Archaeology

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25 Jan 2018
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Study of human biological variation (diversity) in time and space; includes. Primatology: study of fossil & living apes, monkeys and prosimians, includ
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UCONNCOMM 1000Stephen StifanoSpring

COMM 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Random Assignment, Scientific Method, Participant Observation

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24 Jan 2018
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Interpretivists: look @ the world through specific events. Critical scholars: look at power, how its distributed, marginalized. Collect data that are r
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Health Insurance Mandate, Externality, Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act

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24 Jan 2018
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Health care: refers to goods and services, such as prescription drugs, consultations with a doctor, and surgeries, that are intended to maintain or imp
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Demand Curve, Marginal Utility, Network Effect

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24 Jan 2018
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Chapter 10 additional unit of a good or service. Utility: the enjoyment or satisfaction people receive from consuming goods and services. Marginal util
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Income Statement, Glass–Steagall Legislation, Opportunity Cost

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24 Jan 2018
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Dont, Normal Good, Demand Curve

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24 Jan 2018
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Elasticity: a measure of how much one economic variable responds to changes in another. Price elasticity of demand : the responsiveness of the quantity
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Quasi, Public Good, Excludability

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24 Jan 2018
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A competitive market usually does a good job of producing the economically efficient quantity of a good or service, but not when there are externalitie
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Tax Incidence, Public Finance, Earned Income Tax Credit

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24 Jan 2018
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Price ceiling : a legally determined maximum price that sellers may charge. Price floor: a legally determined minimum price that sellers may receive. E
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Technological Change, Economic Equilibrium, Demand Curve

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24 Jan 2018
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Demand schedule: a table that shows the relationship between the price of a product and. Quantity demanded: t he amount of a good or service that a con
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Absolute Advantage, Comparative Advantage, Opportunity Cost

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24 Jan 2018
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Factors of production: workers, capital, natural resources and entrepreneurial ability. As the economy moves down the production possibilities frontier
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Productive Efficiency, List Of Fables Characters, Marginal Utility

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24 Jan 2018
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Scarcity : a situation in which unlimited wants exceed the limited resources available to. Economics: the study of the choices people make to attain th
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UCONNGSCI 1010Stephen SmithSpring

GSCI 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter reading #1: Ultraviolet, Hydrosphere, Solar Wind

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22 Jan 2018
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A hypothesis is a reasonable guess based on what you know or observe, and hypotheses are proven and disproven all of the time. A scientific theory cons
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UCONNANTH 1006Kevin Mc BrideSpring

ANTH 1006 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Holism In Science

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22 Jan 2018
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UCONNCOMM 1000Stephen StifanoSpring

COMM 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Health Communication, Organizational Communication, Interpersonal Communication

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22 Jan 2018
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UCONNECON 1202Owen SvalestadSpring

ECON 1202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Free Market, Technological Change, Opportunity Cost

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22 Jan 2018
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Chapter 2: trade-offs: comparative advantage, and the market system. Factors of production: workers, capital, natural resources and entrepreneurial abi
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UCONNECON 1202Owen SvalestadSpring

ECON 1202 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Marginal Cost, Scientific Method, Marginal Utility

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22 Jan 2018
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Scarcity: a situation in which unlimited wants exceed the limited resources available to fulfill those wants. Economics: the study of the choices peopl
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UCONNPUBH 1001David GregorioFall

PUBH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Co-Insurance, Unemployment Benefits, Prescription Drug

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16 Jan 2018
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Out of pocket expenses: direct payments by patients used to fill in the holes of insurance coverage. Medicare: for person 65 and older, disabled people
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UCONNPUBH 1001David GregorioFall

PUBH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Outline Of Health Sciences, Information System, Kaiser Permanente

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16 Jan 2018
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Inpatient facilities: implies that patients remain in the facility for at least 24 hours. Hospitals, skilled nursing and rehab facilities, nursing home
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UCONNPUBH 1001David GregorioFall

PUBH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Emergency Medicine, Obstetrics, Public Health

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16 Jan 2018
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Chapter 9- health professionals & the health workforce. Education and training are central to the development and definition of most health professions
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UCONNPP 1001Ken DautrichSpring

PP 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Distributary

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16 Jan 2018
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Public policy is a course of government action or inaction in response to a problem. Government decides what to do in response to problems through poli
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UCONNPUBH 1001David GregorioFall

PUBH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-8: Herd Immunity, Air Quality Index, Built Environment

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16 Jan 2018
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Communicable disease: caused by a wide variety of organisms, ranging from bacteria, to viruses, to a spectrum of parasites, including malaria and bookw
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UCONNPUBH 1001David GregorioFall

PUBH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Epidemiological Transition, Gross Domestic Product

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16 Jan 2018
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Non communicable diseases represent the majority of causes of death/disability. Epidemiological transition: phase of development witnessed by a sudden
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UCONNPUBH 1001David GregorioFall

PUBH 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5, 12: Population Health, Public Health, Health Promotion

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8 Jan 2018
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Public health efforts focus on vulnerable populations. Public health: the totality of all evidence-based public and private efforts that preserve and p
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