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UCONNECON 1201Derek JohnsonFall

ECON 1201 Chapter 4: consumer and producer surplus

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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Pharmacy School, Opportunity Cost, Pharmacology

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All economic decisions involve the allocation of scarce resources. Two types of decisions: either-or: the question is whether to or not to do something
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Economic Surplus, Regressive Tax, Progressive Tax

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Most tax revenue in the us comes from other forms, besides excise tax; however, excise taxes are the most common. The effect of an excise tax on quanti
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UCONNECON 1201Derek JohnsonFall

ECON 1201 Chapter 6: Economic 1201 chapter 6 note Price Elasticity

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UCONNECON 1201Derek JohnsonFall

ECON 1201 Chapter 5: price control

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UCONNECON 1201Ria BhattacharyaFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Marginal Revenue, Marginal Cost, Demand Curve

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Chapter 11: cost and profit maximization under competition. What price to set their goods at. When to enter and exit the industry. A competitive firm w
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UCONNECON 1201Ria BhattacharyaFall

ECON 1201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Lebron James, Demand Curve, Marginal Product

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Differences in wages have to do with supply and demand. Wages are determined in the market for labor. 18. 1 the demand for labor and the marginal produ
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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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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 1000Richard LangloisFall

ECON 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Marginal Revenue, W. M. Keck Observatory, Opportunity Cost

When self and social interest align = good outcomes. When self and social interest are at odds = bad outcomes. More in depth testing of drugs means the
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

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

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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 16: Price Discrimination, Economic Surplus, Yield Management

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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 14: Sequential Game, Bargaining Power, Nash Equilibrium

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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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