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Value
Marginal Value
Marginal Cost
Marginal Analysis  Marginal Benefit including Marginal revenue and Marginal cost
Demand (include what is a demand curve and what shifts a demand curve)
Supply (include what is a supply curve and what shifts a supply curve)
Supply and Demand
Taxes including ad valorem taxes and excise taxes
Prices including full economic price
Price ceiling
Price floor
Using regression analysis to derive a demand curve, also tstats, Rsquaredtstats, Fstat, Rsquared, adjusted Rsquare
elasticity of demand
elasticity of supply
cross price elasticity
income elasticity
budget constraints
indifference curves (including assumptions such as transitivity, completeness and more is better)
Diminishing MU
income effects and substitution effects
Comparative advantage and trade
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Value
Marginal Value
Marginal Cost
Marginal Analysis  Marginal Benefit including Marginal revenue and Marginal cost
Demand (include what is a demand curve and what shifts a demand curve)
Supply (include what is a supply curve and what shifts a supply curve)
Supply and Demand
Taxes including ad valorem taxes and excise taxes
Prices including full economic price
Price ceiling
Price floor
Using regression analysis to derive a demand curve, also tstats, Rsquaredtstats, Fstat, Rsquared, adjusted Rsquare
elasticity of demand
elasticity of supply
cross price elasticity
income elasticity
budget constraints
indifference curves (including assumptions such as transitivity, completeness and more is better)
Diminishing MU
income effects and substitution effects
Comparative advantage and trade