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    This video set combines six of our most popular-selling titles on economics for one great low price! Videos included in this set are:

    Opportunity Costs (MCL-784)
    The program discusses opportunity costs from the perspective of women. As new business opportunities present themselves to women, the cost of women's time has changed along with college enrollments, marrying age, family size and day care needs.

    Marginal Thinking (MCL-785)
    Uses an example of marginal thought; pricing strategies (marginal revenue) and marginal utility vs. marginal cost for the college student's budget decisions. This example will be familiar to students who may be faced with the decision of how to spend the remaining dollars of their monthly or weekly budgets. The concept of how best to spend that last dollar and how much incremental pleasure is received from the alternative, will make the concept of marginal thinking come to life.

    Trade (MCL-787)
    How the seller creates a product that the consumer values. The analogy focuses on US/Japanese trade featuring food production and the auto industry.

    Markets (MCL-788)
    Markets are a good way to organize economic activity. Program features the airline industry and how the 1978 deregulation under President Carter changed this price-regulated industry into a very competitive market.

    Inflation (MCL-791)
    Problems of developing nations that try to finance their governments by printing money and how that practice lease to hyper-inflation.

    The Phillips Curve (MCL-792)
    This program uses the experiences of the United States and provides examples to support and contradict the Phillips Curve theory--if unemployment is low, then inflation is high, or if unemployment is high, inflation is low.

    Categories
    Business Case Studies
    Economics
    Producer
    MacLean Business Videos
    Course ID
    MCL-DV8
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    The program discusses opportunity costs from the perspective of women. As new business opportunities present themselves to women, the cost of women's time has changed along with college enrollments, marrying age, family size and day care needs. DVD style course with completion certificate only
    Uses an example of marginal thought; pricing strategies (marginal revenue) and marginal utility vs. marginal cost for the college student's budget decisions. This example will be familiar to students who may be faced with the decision of how to spend the remaining dollars of their monthly or weekly budgets. The concept of how best to spend that last dollar and how much incremental pleasure is rece... read more DVD style course with completion certificate only
    How the seller creates a product that the consumer values. The analogy focuses on US/Japanese trade featuring food production and the auto industry. DVD style course with completion certificate only
    Markets are a good way to organize economic activity. Program features the airline industry and how the 1978 deregulation under President Carter changed this price-regulated industry into a very competitive market. DVD style course with completion certificate only
    Problems of developing nations that try to finance their governments by printing money and how that practice leads to hyper-inflation. DVD style course with completion certificate only
    This program uses the experiences of the United States and provides examples to support and contradict the Phillips Curve theory--if unemployment is low, then inflation is high, or if unemployment is high, then inflation is low. DVD style course with completion certificate only

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