The Law of supply and demand is the basic principle on which a market economy is based and it reflects the price at which the product is sold.
Monetarism Monetarism is a branch of economic thought and studies how money affects the economy. Certainly, money is a fundamental part of the economic structure. Moreover it is essential to carry out commercial exchanges, acquire materials for production. Actually it is even vital to pay wages. It goes back to the eighteenth century, when many […]
Consumer Surplus Consumer surplus is the amount that buyers are willing to pay less than the amount actually paid, measures the benefit that buyers receive from a good in terms in which they perceive. For example , if John wants a product and that product is willing to pay 100. And when you get to […]
Production Possibilities Frontier The frontier of production possibilities is a model of the marginalist school, which contains the combinations of theories corresponding to production. Alon with resources and technologies in which maximum production is achieved. It is a reflection of the amount of goods and services that a company produces in a given period of […]
Total and Marginal Utility The utility refers to the degree of satisfaction that receives the consumer to purchase a particular product. To some extent, while consumers purchase more units per unit time, the higher the total utility received. Although, the total utility increases, the marginal utility receiving consuming each additional unit of the good usually […]