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Model (economics)
Model (economics) A diagram of the IS/LM model In economics, a model is a theoretical construct that represents ...
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Talk:Model (economics)
Talk:Model (economics) archive 1 Discrete choice model The above topic currently redirects to the Model (Economics) page. I think this is not ...
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Talk:Model (economics)/archive 1
Talk:Model (economics)/archive 1 < Talk:Model (economics) How about In economics, the term model denotes a theoretical ...
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Image:Economics cobweb model.png
Image:Economics cobweb model.png Image File history File links Economics_cobweb_model.png Cobweb model, drawn by me Martin Richards Permission is ...
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Image:Real estate economics - basic model.png
Image:Real estate economics - basic model.png Image File history File links Real_estate_economics_ ...
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Economics Economics (from the Greek οίκο ... trade and consumption of goods and services. Economics is said to be normative when it ... a subjective value judgment is made. Conversely, economics is said to be positive when it ... which assumptions to make in building a model as well as which observations to ...
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Economics (Economics wiki)
Economics [edit] Introduction We all live in a ... and thus competing uses for those resources. Economics studies these factors and their interactions. At its most basic, economics is the study of what to produce ... typical introductory text to the subject of economics will usually touch on issues from why ... some people are poorer then others. Since economics puts human behaviour under a microscope, ...
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Model   (translated from German)
Model This article acts of models or reproductions. For construction collecting mains see Design. Model is in Model, which serves the imitation, or which - made smaller usually - Imitation a model (Model construction). In the model theory becomes ...
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Keynesian economics
Keynesian economics Keynesian economics (pronounced KAYNzian), also called Keynesianism, is an ... the Great Depression of the 1930s. Keynesian economics promotes a mixed economy, where both the ... Keynesianism marked the end of laissez-faire economics (economic theory based on the belief that ... improvements in potential output, as most classical economics had believed from the late 1700s ...
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Neoclassical economics
Neoclassical economics Neoclassical economics refers to a general approach (a "metatheory") to economics based on supply and demand which depends ... making choices based on available information. Mainstream economics is largely neoclassical in its assumptions. There have been many critiques of neoclassical economics, often incorporated into newer versions of ...
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