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en.wikipedia.org 28,718,623
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amazon.com 22,358,187
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Factors of Production
Land, labor, and capital are referred to as "factors of production. ... This shows us that when economic terms are used, it is very helpful to clearly ...
Glossary of Terms Ability to Pay Principle - The idea that a fair ...
Exertion - In economic terms, exertion is synonymous with labor that is done to earn a living. Activities in which we exert ourselves for the fun of doing ...
Loophole big enough to drive an SUV through
The "gas-guzzler tax" is a federal excise tax which penalizes automakers for ... However, the federal gas-guzzler tax does not apply to the majority of the ...
Opportunity Costs
Economists call the value of the best thing not chosen the "opportunity cost". For example, if you have ten dollars to spend, you could either buy lunch ...
The Widget Market
Now, we know pretty much all we need to know in order to start analyzing supply and demand in the widget market. Widgets are new. They're hot. ...
(Perfect) Competition
We were now in a competitive market. In fact, we were in a situation ... as examples of perfect competition -- agricultural goods such as wheat, corn, soybeans, etc. ... What are the characteristics of a perfectly competitive market? ...
perfect competition
We were now in a competitive market. In fact, we were in a situation very much like what economists would call "perfect competition". ...
Land and Freedom US History Lessons
California has had one curse which the other States haue not had-the Mexican grants. The Mexican land policy was a good one for a sparsely settled pastoral ...
Indian Land Ownership
Many thought that this showed Indian social development to be more ... Individual land ownership did not exist, since all were entitled to the fruits of ...
Land and Freedom Lessons in US History
Free resources for high school teachers in US history, world history and economics, emphasizing the role of land and ... Land and Freedom US History Lessons ...
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