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Series: Economics: Basic Assumptions - Competitive Markets

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About this Series

  • Lessons: 4
  • Total Time: 0h 30m
  • Use: Watch Online & Download
  • Access Period: Unlimited
  • Created At: 04/01/2010
  • Last Updated At: 04/01/2010

This four-lesson video series will cover basic assumptions of competitive markets including revenue calculations, the role of price, different market structures, and finding both economic and accounting profit. The first lesson will teach you how to calculate total revenue including discussion of the factors involved in calculating revenue and an explaination of why its important value to calculate. In the second lesson you will learn the role that price plays in competitive markets and how and why it fluctuates. The third lesson will look at different market structures such as a monopoly and perfect competition. This lesson will explain the power each one has over the total market and what that means in terms of competition. Finally, the fourth lesson in the series will teach about economic profit and accounting profit. You will learn the importance of these values and how these two values differ.

Taught by Professor Tomlinson, this video series was selected from a broader, comprehensive course, Economics. This course and others are available from Thinkwell, Inc. The full course can be found at http://www.thinkwell.com/student/product/economics. The full course covers economic thinking, markets, consumer choice, household behavior, production, costs, perfect competition, market models, resource markets, market failures, market outcomes, macroeconomics, macroeconomic measurements, economic fluctuations, unemployment, inflation, the aggregate expenditures model, banking, spending, saving, investing, aggregate demand and aggregate supply model, monetary policy, fiscal policy, productivity and growth, and international examples.

Steven Tomlinson teaches economics at the Acton School of Business in Austin, Texas. He graduated with highest honors from the University of Oklahoma and earned a Ph.D. in economics at Stanford University. Prof. Tomlinson's academic awards include the prestigious Texas Excellence Teaching Award given by the University of Texas Alumni Association and being named "Outstanding Core Faculty in the MBA Program" several times. He has developed several instructional guides and computerized educational programs for economics.

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