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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1015Scott GwozdzFall

BCOR 1015 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 Intellectual Property: Physical Property

Intellectual property= unique techniques, products, trademarks, brands, and packaging. Government offers many protections to inventors through patents
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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1015Scott GwozdzFall

BCOR 1015 Chapter 1 Scarcity: Hayek Notes

Part 1= economics should not be about math but rather logic. Part 2= hayek discusses the two main types of economic systems: free market and centralize
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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1015Scott GwozdzFall

BCOR 1015 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 Free Trade: Free Trade, Middle Ages, Proletariat

I. 1= greatest improvement to labor is the division of labor. I. 3= division of labor is better because it is more efficient to have multiple people sp
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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1015Scott GwozdzFall

BCOR 1015 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 Fariness: Bacon, Flat Tax

Cohen chapter 1= socialism its most basic form is the fairest way for society to function. Here is the example explained in terms of a camping trip. Th
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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1015Scott GwozdzFall

BCOR 1015 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3 Scarcity: Invisible Hand

Artificial scarcity= scarcity is required for capitalism to work. The conflict companies face is the need for profit vs. human satisfaction. Humans nee
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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1015Scott GwozdzFall

BCOR 1015 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2 Scarcity: Post-Scarcity Economy, Geopolitics, Guanxi

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CU-BOULDERBCOR 2003Elizabeth Stapp, Michael MaciszewskiSpring

BCOR 2003 Chapter 1: BCOR2003- chapter 1 notes

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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1015Scott GwozdzFall

BCOR 1015 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 Globalization: Ida Tarbell, Free Trade, Comparative Advantage

None of the politicians know what they are talking about because they did not go to basic econ classes. Even though trump and sanders have ridiculous i
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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1015Scott GwozdzFall

BCOR 1015 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 Liberty : Collective Action, Public Good, Invisible Hand

Intro= consumption, investments, and production of individuals and corporations often have indirect effects on people aka externalities. They can be go
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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1015Scott GwozdzFall

BCOR 1015 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2 Liberty: Peruvian Anchoveta

Exploration on a massive scale= every year 140 million tonnes of fish are captured. Every year the a(cid:373)ou(cid:374)t of fish (cid:272)aptured stea
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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1030Jennifer BoneFall

BCOR 1030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Team Building, Network One, Pitch Shift

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You spend a lot of time working in groups, time in groups grows as you get higher up in the company. Small group communication is between a small group
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CU-BOULDERBCOR 1030Jennifer BoneFall

BCOR 1030 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 5 : Assertiveness, Individualism, Small Talk

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No two people are alike ( this is both a benefit and a challenge in the work place) Social style - pattern of communication behaviors that others obser
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