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An in-depth economics worksheet designed to help students understand the Production Possibilities Frontier Model. After completion of this worksheet students will be able to: Calculate opportunity costs along a PPF curve Calculate the per-unit
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This is a short exercise designed to get students comfortable with graphing supply and demand curves as well as to understand the concept of equilibrium price and quantity. By the end of this activity students will be able to: Graph a supply and
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This worksheet provides students with practice calculating both nominal GDP and Real GDP using the production approach as well as practice calculating the GDP Deflator and inflation.
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A macroeconomic worksheet on Gross Domestic Product requiring students to: 1. Calculate GDP using the Value-Added Approach, Income Approach, and Expenditure Approach in order to understand how and why GDP should be the same no matter which method
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A worksheet utilizing the PPF Model to assist student in understanding the difference between specializing according to absolute and comparative advantage, the gains from trade, the difference between exports and imports, and the rationale for
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This worksheet requires students to examine the economic impact of applying a binding price ceiling in the market for gasoline as well as to calculate and compare the resulting amount of economic welfare generated by such a policy. After completing
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This worksheet is designed to help guide students in the process of examining how a change in supply or demand will ultimately affect the equilibrium price and quantity of a good or service. Students are given four shift factors and asked to
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After completing this worksheet, students will be able to: 1. Calculate percent change using the midpoint method and use the percent change in price and quantity demanded to calculate the measure of the price elasticity of demand along a demand
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This worksheet requires students to: 1. Calculate approximate real income per person in the United States over the past 60 years. 2. Compare the growth rate of real GDP over a period to the growth rate of real GDP per capita to understand how
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This worksheet is designed to compare the different outcomes that result from allowing a market to operate as a monopoly as compared to if the market was perfectly competitive in order to help students understand why scarce-resource monopolies are
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A worksheet to help introduce students to the concept of a negative externality and visualize such an externality using a market diagram. Students are asked to compute the total private benefits, total private costs, and net private benefits for a
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This worksheet requires students to discriminate between fixed costs, variable costs, and total costs, as well as calculate the marginal product of labor and graph both the total product and marginal product curves.
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This worksheet requires students to: 1. Calculate the firm's Total Revenue, Marginal Revenue, Total Cost (based on ATC), Marginal Cost, and Profit at various levels of output. 2. Graph the firm's Demand, MR, and MC curves. 3. Identify the
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This worksheet helps students to: 1. Visualize the relationship between the aggregate price level and the aggregate quantity of goods and services demanded (RGDP). 2. Visualize changes in the Aggregate Demand curve due to a change in autonomous
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A worksheet requiring students to use the AD/AS model to visually represent the US economy at three different points in time (1930's, mid 2000's, and mid 1970's) and identify the appropriate policy responses in order to stabilize the economy and
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All of my microeconomic worksheets bundled into a single download with a reduced price! The following worksheets are included: -Production Possibilities Frontier -Specialization & Trade Using the PPF (Comparative/Absolute
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This worksheet is designed to provide students with a chance to practice calculating the different measures of economic costs as well as gain an understanding of the shape of the various cost curves and the relation between them. Students are
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This worksheet provides students with practice constructing a price index and using such an index to calculate inflation. It also helps to better understand the difference between nominal and real income and how changes in inflation affect an
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An intuitive walk through examining what happens to a market when an excise tax is imposed. After completing this worksheet students will be able to: -Model the effects of imposing a tax on producers -Model the effects of imposing a tax on
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After completing this worksheet, students will be able to: 1. Identify and calculate the following measures: tax wedge, after-tax quantity, new after-tax price buyers pay, new after-tax price sellers receive, the per-unit tax incidence on buyers,
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University, Community College, and High School-level Introductory Principles of Macroeconomics and Microeconomics.

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