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Consumers, Producers, and the Efficiency of Markets (Graphing Notebook)
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This book is designed for both students and teachers. First, students receive handouts of each graph including a table of contents page to help with their organization. Second, teachers receive step... More > by step PDF slides of each graph that can be displayed for their students to copy on the handouts during instruction. List of Graphs: Consumer and Producer Surplus, The Efficiency of the Equilibrium Quantity, and Allocative Efficiency< Less
Calculation of Deadweight Loss in Health Insurance
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Let’s say there’s a world-wide influenza pandemic. Assume that the marginal cost (supply) of influenza vaccinations is constant at \$40. Assume that everyone in society has health... More > insurance that pays 80% of all medical services, including flu shots. Draw a market demand for flu shots and show graphically what the socially optimal number of flu shots is (not considering lives saved). Show how many flu shots will be provided in this market given the insurance. Show the deadweight loss caused by the health insurance.< Less
Draw the Demand and Supply Curve.
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Given the marginal cost and marginal revenue draw the demand, supply curve.
Design a Linear Programming
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"The flair Furniture Company produces inexpensive tables and chairs. The production process for each is similar in that both requires a certain number of hours of carpentry work and a certain... More > number of labor hours in the painting and varnishing department. Each table takes 4 hours of carpentry and 2 hours in painting and varnishing shop. Each chair requires 3 hours in carpentry and 1 hour in painting and varnishing. During the current production period 240 hours of carpentry time and 100 hours in painting and varnishing time are available. Each table sold yields a profit of \$7; each chair produced is sold for a \$5 profit. Design a Linear programming problem for the flair Furniture Company and find the combination of tables and chairs that the company must produce to maximize profits. "< Less
Value, Price and Profit
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The formation of the International Working Men's Association in 1864 brought together workers from Europe and the Americas for the first time under one banner. Those workers brought with them ideas... More > that were considered radical and pro-worker, but in fact would have set back and injured the workers' movement. It was vital to take on these ideas by contrasting them with the principles of communist economic theory. Currlin Press, in association with the Albert Currlin Institute, is pleased to present the third in its 12-volume Essentials series, a part of the Workers' Library Collection. Included in this volume is Marx's presentation to the IWMA known today as Value, Price and Profit, edited by his daughter, Eleanor, and with a preface written by Edward Aveling, as well as Chapter 7 from Capital on the process of producing surplus value (profit), and an introduction and endnotes by the Albert Currlin Institute.< Less
Value, Price and Profit
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The formation of the International Working Men's Association in 1864 brought together workers from Europe and the Americas for the first time under one banner. Those workers brought with them ideas... More > that were considered radical and pro-worker, but in fact would have set back and injured the workers' movement. It was vital to take on these ideas by contrasting them with the principles of communist economic theory. Currlin Press, in association with the Albert Currlin Institute, is pleased to present the third in its 12-volume Essentials series, a part of the Workers' Library Collection. Included in this volume is Marx's presentation to the IWMA known today as Value, Price and Profit, edited by his daughter, Eleanor, and with a preface written by Edward Aveling, as well as Chapter 7 from Capital on the process of producing surplus value (profit), and an introduction and endnotes by the Albert Currlin Institute.< Less
Micro Economics Revenue Draw
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"a. For the product shown, assume that the minimum point of each firm’s average variable cost curve is at \$2. Construct a demand and supply diagram for the product and indicate the... More > equilibrium price and quantity. b. On the graph, label the area of consumer surplus as f. Label the area of producer surplus as g. c. If the equilibrium price were \$2, what would be the amount of producer surplus? "< Less
The Medieval Warm Period: How Climate Change Shaped European History
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The Medieval Warm Period had many effects on European history. To name a few examples, climate change played a significant role in the exploration and settlement of the Norse in Greenland,... More > Iceland, and Canada; caused significant changes in medieval farming and husbandry, and allowed the English to compete with the French in producing high quality wine. Climate change also shaped the general health of the medieval population by creating crop surpluses and famines, determining diet and nutrition, and contributing to the spread of many diseases including the infamous bubonic plague. < Less
The Medieval Warm Period: How Climate Change Shaped European History
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The Medieval Warm Period had many effects on European history. To name a few examples, climate change played a significant role in the exploration and settlement of the Norse in Greenland, Iceland,... More > and Canada; caused significant changes in medieval farming and husbandry, and allowed the English to compete with the French in producing high quality wine. Climate change also shaped the general health of the medieval population by creating crop surpluses and famines, determining diet and nutrition, and contributing to the spread of many diseases including the infamous bubonic plague.< Less
Capital: A Critique of Political Economy, Vol. II. - The Process of Circulation of Capital
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Capital, Volume II, subtitled The Process of Circulation of Capital, was prepared by Friedrich Engels from notes left by Karl Marx and published in 1885. In Volume II, the main ideas behind the... More > marketplace are to be found: how value and surplus-value are realized. Its dramatis personae are not so much the worker and the industrialist (as in Volume I), but rather the money owner (and money lender), the wholesale merchant, the trader and the entrepreneur or functioning capitalist. Moreover, workers appear in Volume II, essentially as buyers of consumer goods and therefore as sellers of the commodity labour power, rather than producers of value and surplus-value — though this latter quality, established in Volume I, remains the solid foundation on which the whole of the unfolding analysis is based. Reading Volume II is of monumental significance to understanding the theoretical construction of Marx's whole argument.< Less

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