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Introduction to Economics, Consumers and Business and Markets Notes

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20 pages of detailed, comprehensive notes for yr 11 economics with diagrams and colour on Introduction to Economics, Consumers and Business, Markets, Labour Markets, Financial Markets

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Economy Economics Demand Keynesian economics Circular flow of income Macroeconomics Supply and demand Tax Consumer choice Labour economics Inflation Capitalism
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Economy Economics Demand Keynesian economics Circular flow of income Macroeconomics Supply and demand Tax Consumer choice Labour economics Inflation Capitalism
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This involves two main sets of resources - the transforming resources, and the transformed resources. Economic factors underlying choices Individuals- • Whatever their level of Y, individuals make a choice about how much Y they will save or spend. Influenced by Y level, as well as age, expectations of whether their Y is likely to rise or fall in the future. • Plans to education- decision to undertake further education may involve forgoing Y for several years, rewards with higher Y in the end. • Family- When a couple decides to start a family, they cut on personal expenditure and one partner might go without Y. Decision to retire involves adjusting to a much lower income at a time when free leisure time may give an individual more opportunities to consume. • Voting in elections- Political parties regularly debate w...
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