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Economics 1021A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Product Differentiation, Normal Good, John Stuart Mill

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Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Marginal Product, W. M. Keck Observatory

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3 Dec 2019
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Economics 1021A/B Lecture 24: Economics 1021 – Khan – Lecture 24

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29 Nov 2019
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Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Private Good, Social Cost

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27 Nov 2019
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Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Nash Equilibrium, Monopoly Profit, Strategic Dominance

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22 Nov 2019
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Economics 1021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Oligopoly, Game Theory, Strategic Dominance

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19 Nov 2019
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WESTERNECON 1021A/BKhanFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: The Incentive, Information Revolution, Opportunity Cost

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WESTERNECON 1021A/BKul BhatiaFall

Economics: Canada in the Global Environment Textbook Notes - Micro Economics 1021

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WESTERNECON 1021A/BJeannie GillmoreFall

Textbook Summery

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An incentive is an inducement to take a particular action. An incentive can be a benefit or a cost. Economics: a social science: economists distinguish
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WESTERNECON 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: List Of Compositions By Johann Sebastian Bach

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WESTERNECON 1021A/BEmilie Mc Hugh RiversFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Demand Curve, Marginal Product, Marginal Cost

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9 Dec 2016
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Labour market is a collection of people and firms who trade labour services. Wage rate: the price of labour services. Most labour markets have many buy
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WESTERNECON 1021A/BRonald WintrobeFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Marginal Cost, Demand Curve, Gross National Happiness

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8 Dec 2012
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Economics is the social science that studies the choices that individuals, businesses, governments, and entire societies make as they cope with scarcit
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WESTERNECON 1021A/BBruce HammondFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter Notes -Marginal Cost, Marginal Product, Economic Rent

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23 Oct 2014
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Chapter 1: introduction to economics/making and using graphs. The what question is what goods and services do we produce? . The how question is how do
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WESTERNECON 1021A/BEmilie Mc Hugh RiversFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Private Good, Deadweight Loss, Social Cost

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9 Dec 2016
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A good is excludable if it"s possible to prevent someone from enjoying its benefits (people must pay to consume them) A good is nonexcludable if it"s i
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WESTERNECON 1021A/BKul BhatiaFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Rationality, Economic Surplus, Spreadsheet

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5 Oct 2015
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WESTERNECON 1021A/BIrene TrelaFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter 1-5: Chapter 1,2, 3, 4 & 5 readings

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29 Nov 2017
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If you choose to buy something, someone must choose to sell it. Incentive: a reward that encourages an action, a penalty that discourages an action, ex
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WESTERNECON 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Social Cost, Avoidance Speech, Externality

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9 Nov 2011
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Those who can afford it but choose not to buy it. Individual demand: the relationship between the price of a good and he quantity demanded by one perso
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WESTERNECON 1021A/BMichael ParkinFall

Economics 1021A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Production Quota, Demand Curve, Social Cost

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9 Nov 2011
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Classifying goods and resources: goods, services, and resources differ in the extent to which people can be excluded from consuming them and in the ext
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