Introduction To Economics | Supply, Demand, And Market Equilibrium | Microeconomics | Khan Academy

Basic introduction to what microeconomics and macroeconomics study. A bit on Adam Smith.

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Microeconomics on Khan Academy: Topics covered in a traditional college level introductory microeconomics course

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11 Replies to “Introduction To Economics | Supply, Demand, And Market Equilibrium | Microeconomics | Khan Academy”

  1. omg please kill me i don’t want to study for my mid term tomorrow i’m so screwed

  2. Basically, you have visionaries who create things that drive the economy, and you have those who are ashamed by their lack of vision who believe that by quantifying and defining, and even throttling, the things that the visionary created, they have somehow contributed to the vision. In 1776 the free thinking visionaries were the founder of the United States and the British were the one’s who’s grip on social definitions were threatened by the new way of thinking. This battle is still being played out every day in this country a million times over. Unfortunately, computers have given those who think they can define and control creativity the upper hand. And they are using them in an attempt to control the human spirit and limit free thinking to only those ideas that have been catalogued and quantified. Any thought outside of that is a threat to the data structure.

  3. not sure why the narrator brings in irrevalent topics. America calling itself a democracy when more than 50pct of the population were refused the vote is laughable.

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