Markets FAQs

  1. What types of money are included in money supply?

  2. Is demand or supply more important to the economy?

  3. Does the law of diminishing marginal returns only apply to labor?

  4. Is there any way to reverse the law of diminishing marginal returns?

  5. How does deflation impact consumers?

  6. What are the primary reasons stagflation is unlikely to re-occur in the United States?

  7. What are some examples of demand elasticity other than price elasticity of demand?

  8. What are some examples of moral hazard in the business world?

  9. How does float affect the nation's money supply?

  10. When during the economic cycle should an investor buy into the aerospace sector?

  11. What are the key metrics used to measure the business cycle?

  12. How can a company or entity maintain an absolute advantage?

  13. When during the economic cycle should I invest in the banking sector?

  14. Do supply and demand always cancel each other out?

  15. How can a company or entity challenge the absolute advantage of another company?

  16. What kinds of productivity data does the Bureau of Labor Statistics keep?

  17. What are the most important aspects of a capitalist system?

  18. What is the difference between market risk and country risk?

  19. What is the difference between absolute and comparative advantage?

  20. How are labor and capital affected by the balance of trade?

  21. Which factors are more important in determining the demand elasticity of a good or service?

  22. How does marginal utility relate to indifference curves in microeconomics?

  23. Why are the factors of production important to economic growth?

  24. Were there any periods of major deflation in U.S. history?

  25. How is productivity calculated?

  26. What happens when inflation and unemployment are positively correlated?

  27. What's the difference between cyclical unemployment and seasonal unemployment?

  28. How did moral hazard impact the financial crisis of 2007-08?

  29. Why is productivity an important concept in economics?

  30. What are the economic impacts of specialization?

  31. How do changes in aggregate demand affect output?

  32. How does capitalism work in a mixed economy?

  33. What role does the government play in capitalism?

  34. How are capitalism and private property related?

  35. How does price elasticity affect supply?

  36. What actions or policies can a government agency take to counteract and end stagflation in an economy?

  37. What are specialization and comparative advantage in international trade?

  38. What are the three major economic components necessary for stagflation to occur?

  39. What country has the richest middle class?

  40. Where did the term "capitalism" come from?

  41. Who sets the global standard to stop money laundering and how is it implemented?

  42. What countries represent the largest portion of the global metals and mining sector worldwide?

  43. Why does fighting money laundering reduce overall crime?

  44. How long should an expansionary economic policy be implemented?

  45. How are international investment banking practices regulated?

  46. What is the point of agricultural subsidies?

  47. What does the Fisher Effect say about nominal interest rates?

  48. Which is more effective: expansionary fiscal policy or expansionary monetary policy?

  49. What are the key differences between stagflation and hyperinflation?

  50. What is the difference between a command economy and a shadow economy?

  51. What factors influence a change in demand elasticity?

  52. Who uses bills of exchange?

  53. What factors influence a change in supply elasticity?

  54. How does the law of supply and demand affect the housing market?

  55. What are common examples of aggregate demand shocks?

  56. How does the Private Sector Adjustment Factor (PSAF) affect competition in the private-sector?

  57. What is a deflationary spiral?

  58. How does the law of supply and demand affect the stock market?

  59. What are some different kinds of expansionary policy?

  60. What are the implications of a high Federal Funds Rate?

  61. How does aggregate demand affect price level?

  62. How are aggregate demand and GDP related?

  63. What are the main problems with a JIT (just in time) production strategy?

  64. Should investors worry about the budget deficit?

  65. What are some examples of ceteris paribus arguments in economics?

  66. What makes command economies fail?

  67. Why is free enterprise often associated with being politically conservative?

  68. Why have most modern nations evolved into free market economies?

  69. What are some examples of expansionary monetary policy?

  70. What are the implications of comparative advantage as it relates to international trade?

  71. What are some examples of expansionary fiscal policy?

  72. How do financial markets react to recessions?

  73. How do tariffs protect infant industries?

  74. Why are monopolistic markets inefficient?

  75. How does volume relate to economies of scale?

  76. What are some examples of inelastic goods and services that are not affected by the law of supply and demand?

  77. Why is there a negative correlation between quantity demanded and price?

  78. Which countries run the largest budget deficits?

  79. In what context is a corporation considered to be an individual entity?

  80. What are the arguments against using ceteris paribus assumptions in economics?

  81. Is industrialization good for the economy?

  82. Why are microeconomic models different in the short run than the long run

  83. How can a government balance the stimulating effects of increased spending with the crowding out effect?

  84. What transactions are included in a country's balance of payments?

  85. What's the difference between diminishing marginal returns and returns to scale?

  86. Is it better for a company to have fixed or variable costs?

  87. What kinds of securities are influenced most by systematic risk?

  88. What are some advantages of a market economy over other types of economies?

  89. What is the difference between hypothetical isolation and substantive isolation of ceteris paribus?

  90. What's does the current account have to do with the trade balance?

  91. Is it possible for a country to have a comparative advantage in everything?

  92. What economic measures can be taken to encourage free enterprise?

  93. What is the difference between a command economy and a mixed economy?

  94. How does the stock market affect gross domestic product (GDP)?

  95. How does a government decide what industries to subsidize?

  96. What is the difference between disposable income and discretionary income?

  97. What are the long-term economic effects of a negative current account?

  98. What is the difference between ceteris paribus and mutatis mutandis?

  99. How is break-even analysis affected by economies of scale?

  100. What can cause price deflation?

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