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1. subject and method of microeconomics ………………………………… 2. the law of supply, the law of demand. Equilibrium. Market…………. ... consumer surplus, theory of consumer behavior ………. …four. producer surplus, producer behavior, production function ……… .. ……………………………. ... onopoly, oligopoly, monopolistic competition, barriers to entry and exit (in the industry) …………………………. …… 6. Factor Markets ……………………………………… 7. budget constraint, indifference curves, income effect and substitution effect …………………………………. …………… .. Ibliographic list ……………………………………… … Designations and formulas ……………………………………… ..

Microeconomics: subject, object, method. Needs. Good. Economic resources (factors of production). Production Capability Curve (CPV). Market. Market formation conditions. Market functions. Types of markets. Positive and negative sides of the market. Prices.

Microeconomics: subject, object, method.

Microeconomics is one of the parts of modern economic theory that studies the behavior of individual economic entities in conditions of limited resources.

The subject of microeconomics is the process of making decisions by an individual economic entity on how to use the limited resources at its disposal with the greatest benefit and benefit for it.

Limited resources force economic agents to make choices to address the following issues:

1) What does it produce and to what extent?

2) How to produce selected types of goods?

3) Who gets what is produced?

4) How much resources to use for current consumption and how much for the future?

Subject and method of microeconomics

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To understand what is at stake and keep up with the rapidly running time, it is necessary to have basic knowledge in literally all spheres of human activity.

Today we'll talk about what microeconomics is, what this science studies and how it differs from macroeconomics.

Microeconomics is ...

Economics is a science that studies the activity and interaction of individuals, enterprises, groups of people, society as a whole within a certain economic system.

"Micro" is Latin for "small". Consequently, microeconomics is a branch of economics that analyzes and predicts behavioral patterns at the lowest economic level.

Simply put, microeconomics does not study global economic processes such as inflation (what is that?), stagnation, devaluation (how is it?), etc.

In microeconomics, it considers only specific economic entities (they are also called economic agents) - consumers, producers, and their role in the formation of various economic processes at all stages of activity (production, consumption, distribution and exchange).

What Microeconomics Learns

Microeconomics studies the following areas:

  • needs and models of consumer actions (what, how much and when to buy);
  • decision-making models in the business of companies (what, how and how much to produce);
  • economic relations between producers in the market (issues of pricing and market functioning);
  • patterns of demand (how is it?) and supply.

Subject and method of microeconomics 1. Subject and method of microeconomics ………………………………… 2. Law of supply, law of demand. Equilibrium. Market…………. 3. Consumer surplus, theory

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1. What effect will an increase in public spending on education have on the aggregate demand and aggregate supply curves, if all other factors remain unchanged? Use graphs when answering. 2 2. The deflator of the GDP of this year is 105%, the previous 100%. If nominal GDP has grown by 4% this year compared to the previous year, how has real GDP changed? 2 3. Can investment demand increase with an increase in the market interest rate? Explain the answer using the graph. 4 4. Confirm or refute the following statement: "The sum of the marginal propensity to consume and the marginal propensity to save is 1, and the sum of the average propensity to consume and the average propensity to save is greater than 1." Explain the answer. 6 5. The table shows data on a hypothetical economy. 7 References 8

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1. Bykov A. On the content of the course in business law and the principles of its construction//Business Law. 2013, No. 1. - 54p. 2. Maksimova VF Microeconomics. M .: Somintek., 2012 .-- 216 p. 3. Microeconomics. Tutorial. Sci. units cad. IN. . Timiryasov. - 87s. 4. Fundamentals of a market economy. Terminological dictionary. Moscow, publishing house MAI, 1992. - 127s. 5. Tolkachev S. Imperfect competition.//Russian economic journal. 2014, No. 37. 6. Market economy. Textbook. Volume 1, part 1. Publishing house "Somintek". Moscow, 2013. 7. Economy. Textbook for economic academies, universities and faculties. Edited by A. ulatova. Publishing house BEK. Moscow, 2012. С - 604 p.

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