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A market is an institutional arrangement in which buyers and sellers exchange goods, services, or information in transactions with or without money.

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Is there an economic theory that explains what happens when a market is saturated with a precious resource?

The theoretical situation is this. What if a record breaking amount of platinum were discovered. What would happen to the economies that use, store, and/or produce platinum? I would like to apply ...
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Predicting GDP contribution from market share

I want to find the GDP share of several companies, but I have their market share. Now we know that these two are not equal, and the market share to GDP ratio represents general overvaluation or ...
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Why do graphic card prices rise due to bitcoin miners?

I thought it would mean more sales thus more production and more profit, so why does nvidia and amd simply dont ramp up production if the trend has been now quite a long one? And as far as I can see ...
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Would you consider airport parking to be a monopoly or a monopolistic market?

If you look at it one way and group the different companies that offer parking, it could be a monopoly as that is the only place you can park. On the other hand, the different companies offer ...
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How to graph a monopoly that does not exhibit the properties of a contestable market?

This question is not a homework question. I am taking a course in industrial organization, and the textbook/professor have given an illustration of a monopoly that is a contestable market. However, I ...
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House allocation: Data notation correction with Top Trading Cycles (TTC) example

I am trying to understand TTC algorithm for house allocation. I have got a small problem. I am trying to understand the following example: IE=[i1 , i2 , i3 , i4], IN=[i5], Ho=[h1 , h2 , h3 , h4], ...
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Does price cap in emergency situation (COVID-19) reduce the availability of a good? Does unregulated market increase it instead?

I was discussing with one of my friend about Italy price cap on surgical mask to control speculation. He says price cap does not allow industries to invest more to increase the production that would ...
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Selling price of a widget at competitive equilibrium

Let's suppose that it costs producers a minimum of y dollars to produce a widget (it may actually cost more, depending on the producer, but that is the bare minimum). In a competitive equilibrium, ...
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What does it mean when someone says “2 trillion wiped off markets”?

After a major global event, sometimes the markets move and headlines are written saying something like “2 trillion wiped off markets”. But what does this actually mean? Does it mean the aggregate ...
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Market Theory: Upper limit of capital/weatlth accumulation?

Politicians often bicker about how big the government should be when it comes to redistributing wealth. Question: My question is simple; would a laissez-faire approach to the market always result in ...
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Looking for a term that explains market participants that lie about their participation to gain access to said market

I'm Looking for a term that explains the behavior of a market participants that will lie or exaggerate how much or what they offer in order to gain access to a market that would otherwise be ...
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What is the name given to an exporting-only economy?

In international trading there can be an economy that only exports, but restrict the import to minimum or at all. I cannot recall what the name given to this type of economy.
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What are some applications of Akerlof's 'lemons' in goods and services markets?

How can the idea of Akerlof's 'lemons' be applied to goods and services markets (that doesn't include second-hand cars)?
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The ability of markets and prices to direct resources to higher valued uses: Is this a short run or a long run attribute?

I came across the following quote in a lecture: "In economics, we often talk about the power of markets and prices to direct resources to higher valued uses." - Mike Munger Is this ability ...
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A maximization problem with multiple goods and integrated markets

Update: I will try to clarify the question: Let us say that the total harvest of the fish population at time t is $H_t$. Every harvest produce three types of fish: salmon ($f_1$), which is valuable ...
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Measurement for the downstream use of a commodity

I am looking to find a measurement that would tell me the size of the market of the downstream use of some particular commodity. For example, salt or wheat would be used by many companies downstream. ...
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Can we consider a supermarket as a market?

Good morning, I have been reading a book in which the author said that "the supermarket is not a market, because despit the large number of buyers, the seller is unique". So, I've been wondering ...
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When has the US imposed large price controls in markets?

During the second world war, the US imposed widespread price controls on various markets. Since then, has the US government employed these sorts of measures (price floors, ceilings, and so on), on a ...
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CDO and Nonpositive Equity Questions

I have two questions about statements made in this video: https://www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/core-finance/money-and-banking/bank-bailout/v/bailout-2-book-value At 6:25, the video ...
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Are final goods commodities?

I've been reading about final goods and commodities and some links https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Final_good https://marketbusinessnews.com/financial-glossary/final-good/ mention that final goods ...
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A problem: allocation of apartments

Setup: Trine owns an apartment in Copenhagen. She is willing to rent it out at any positive price. Peter and Simon lives together and are both students. They will like to rent the apartment for less ...
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What is homebody economy? [closed]

What is this thing named homebody economy? It seems to be related with the virus It refers to working at home or maybe at online shopping?
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Do barriers to entry increase the (collective) market power of incumbent suppliers?

For example in the case of the labour market lower immigration means that low-skilled labour can ask higher wages or better conditions (other things equal). Low skilled labour may have even put the ...
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What is the latest thinking on the economic calculation problem? [closed]

Eric Posner and Glen Weyl write in the epilogue of Radical Markets (2018) that they “remain confident that for at least a few generations markets – Radical Markets, that is – will remain the best ...
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If a firm produced 100 pens with a market value of $1 each, but only 50 were sold, what is the value added to the GDP? [duplicate]

Is it 100 dollars or 50 dollars? I'm assuming it is $100 because GDP is the total market value of all final products. Is this correct?
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Why has gold dropped during the same week as Deutches Bank faces great difficulties

I chose the phrasing "great difficulties" to be polite. The "capital release unit" seems to be a bit of a desperate action from the bank, coupled with further complications involving bad press made ...
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Is there a “personality test” for societies? [closed]

You may have heard of the Myers Briggs personality profile test. Is there a similar test for societies? The MB has four dimensions Introversion/Extraversion iNtuition/Sensing Feeling/Thinking ...

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