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A

AE/CS/PS-Basics

AE/CS/PS-Maximum price

AE/CS/PS-Subsidy

AE/CS/PS-Tax

Aggregate demand /supply model

Aggregate demand-C + I

Aggregate demand-C + I (CIE)

Aggregate demand-G + (X-M)

Aggregate Supply-AS

B

Basics-Resources (FOP) (demo)

Basics-Scarcity & choice (demo)

Business Cycle

Business-Sectors of the Economy

C

Circular Flow Model-Basics

Circular Flow Model-Full model

Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA)

D

Demand-Basics Concepts

Demand-Conditions/Shifts

E

Economic Systems

Elasticity-Calculations-Ep, Es, Ey & Ex

Elasticity-Cross (CED)

Elasticity-Demand, Basics

Elasticity-Demand, calculations/uses

Elasticity-Income (YED)

Elasticity-Supply, Basics

Elasticity-Supply, calculations/uses

Exchange Rates-Basics

Exchange Rates-Forex Market

Exchange Rates-J Curve

F

Fiscal Policy

I

Inflation-Causes of

Inflation-General Price Level Changes

Inflation-Impacts

Inflation-Real Values

M

Market Equilibrium-advanced changes

Market Equilibrium-Basics

Monetary Policy

Money-Qualities/Functions

P

Price Controls-Maximum Price (demo)

Price Controls-Minimum Price

Private goods & public goods

Production Possibility Curve-Basics

Production Possibility Curve-Shifts

Production/production process

S

Sales Tax and the Market

Sales Tax Incidence

Subsidy and the Market

Subsidy Incidence

Supply-Basics Concepts

Supply-Conditions/Shifts

T

Taxes

Trade Unions

Trade-BOP components

Trade-Changing pattern

Trade-Comparative advantage

Trade-Current Account Deficit

Trade-Free trade

Trade-One country model

Trade-Terms of trade

Trade-Two country model

Transition Economies

U

Unemployment-Causes/types

Unemployment-Impacts/policies

Unemployment-Measures/statistics

Glossary of Terms

Each Glossary Term relates to a parent topic above.

A

A budget deficit and borrowing

A budget surplus repaying debt

A government operating (budget) deficit

A government operating (budget) surplus

Absolute advantage

AD/AS Model

Advantage of a subsidy

Advantages & disadvantages of batch production

Advantages & disadvantages of flow (mass) production

Advantages & disadvantages of job production

Advantages of a maximum price

AE/CS/PS-Basics

AE/CS/PS-Maximum price

AE/CS/PS-Subsidy

AE/CS/PS-Tax

Aggregate Demand

Aggregate demand-C + I

Aggregate demand-C + I (CIE)

Aggregate demand-G + (X-M)

Aggregate demand/supply model

Aggregate Supply

Aggregate supply-AS

Allocation & ownership of resources in different economic systems

Allocative Efficiency

Allocative efficiency and a PPC

Anti-inflationary policies & unemployment

Appreciation

Assumptions made about a PPC

Average Tax Rate

B

Balance on Current Transfers

Balance on Goods

Balance on Income

Balance on Services

Barter

Basics-Resources (FOP)

Basics-Scarcity & choice

Batch production

Black market & a maximum price

Bowed Production Possibility Curve

Business Cycle

Business-sectors of the economy

C

Calculating cross elasticity of demand

Calculating income elasticity of demand

Calculating price elasticity of demand

Calculating supply elasticity

Calculating the Terms of Trade

Calculating the value of consumer surplus

Calculating the value of producer surplus

Calculations & a maximum price

Calculations & a minimum price

Capital Intensive

Capital Resources

Causes of changes in the current account

Causes of changes in the exchange rate

Causes of unemployment

Ceiling Price

Census

Central Bank

Ceteris Paribus

Changes in allocative efficiency (Maximum price)

Changes in allocative efficiency (Subsidy)

Changes in allocative efficiency (Tax)

Changes in consumer surplus (Maximum price)

Changes in consumer surplus (Subsidy)

Changes in consumer surplus (Tax)

Changes in price and output

Changes in producer surplus (Maximum price)

Changes in producer surplus (Subsidy)

Changes in producer surplus (Tax)

Changes in the AD/AS Model

Changes in the one-country trade model

Changes in the two-country trade model

Characteristics of money

Charging for a Public Good

Choice

Circular Flow Modal-Basics

Circular Flow Model-Full model

Clean Float

Collective Good

Command economy

Comparative advantage

Comparing a value over a number of years

Comparing a value within a year

Complements

Complements and CED

Concerns over a current account deficit

Constant Values

Consumer

Consumer confidence and AD

Consumer Demand

Consumer Price Index (CPI)

Consumer Surplus (CS)

Consumer Surplus-basics

Consumer Surplus-Maximum Price

Consumer Surplus-Subsidy

Consumer Surplus-Tax

Consumption Spending (C)

Consumption spending-the two sector model

Cost Benefit Analysis-Worked Example

Cost Push Inflation

Cost push inflation- exchange rate depreciates

Cost push inflation- increase in indirect taxes

Cost push inflation- increase in wages

Cost push inflation- net migration loss

Cost push inflation- price of inputs increase

Cost to Government of a Subsidy

Cost-Benefit Analysis (CBA)

Costs of Production

Costs of production & the AS curve

Cross Elasticity of Demand

Current Values

Cyclical Unemployment

D

Deadweight Loss-Maximum Price

Deadweight Loss-Subsidy

Deadweight Loss-Tax

Deadweight Loss/Allocative Efficiency

Decrease in quantity demanded

Decrease in quantity supplied

Deflation

Demand

Demand curve and a range of elasticities

Demand elasticity

Demand for foreign exchange

Demand Pull Inflation

Demand pull inflation- government operating (budget) deficit

Demand pull inflation- reduction in direct taxes

Demand pull inflation-falling exchange rate (depreciation)

Demand pull inflation-interest rates fall

Demand pull inflation-net migration gain

Demand schedule

Demand-Basic Concepts

Demand-Conditions/Shifts

Demerit Good

Depreciation

Depression

Derived demand

Deterioration in the current account

Determinants of Demand

Determinants of Supply

Dirty Float

Discretionary income and consumption spending

Disdvantage of a subsidy

Disinflation

Disposable income and consumption spending

Distinguishing between price & cost

Division of Labour (DOL)

Double Coincidence of Wants

E

Economic concepts illustrated by a PPC

Economic Goods

Economic Systems

Effects of Growth

Elastic Demand

Elastic demand and incidence of a subsidy on buyers & sellers

Elastic demand and incidence of a tax on buyers & sellers

Elastic supply

Elasticity and the slope of a demand curve

Elasticity and the slope of a supply curve

Elasticity of supply-Long Run Time Period

Elasticity of supply-Momentary Time Period

Elasticity of supply-Short Run Time Period

Elasticity-Calculations-Ep, Es, Ey & Ex

Elasticity-Cross (CED)

Elasticity-Demand, Basics

Elasticity-Demand, calculations/uses

Elasticity-Income (YED)

Elasticity-Supply, Basics

Elasticity-Supply, calculations/uses

Entrepreneur

Equilibrium

Equity Efficiency Trade-Off

Equity/Efficiency trade-off

Excess Demand

Excess Supply

Exchange Rate Diagram

Exchange rates & the AS curve

Exchange rates & the BOP

Exchange Rates-Basics

Exchange rates-calculating earnings for exporters

Exchange rates-calculating payment for importers

Exchange Rates-Forex Market

Exchange Rates-J curve

Excludable by price

Expansionary fiscal policy

Expenditure-dampening policies

Expenditure-switching policies

Export Price Index

Exports one country model

Exports two country model

F

Factors of Production

Factors that can influence the level of unemployment

Factors that determine supply elasticity

Factors that influence the size of the labour force

Favourable movement in the Terms of Trade

Features of a demand schedule

Features of products that are elastic in nature

Features of products that are inelastic in nature

Financial Intermediaries

Firms and Inflation

Firms Sector

Fiscal drag

Fiscal policy

Fiscal Policy-contractionary

Floor Price

Flow (mass) production

Fluctuations in Economic Activity

Foreign Sector

Free Goods

Free Trade

Free trade-exports

Free trade-imports

Free-Rider Problem

Frictional Unemployment

Full employment and the natural rate of unemployment

Functions of Money

Funding a current account deficit

G

Go-slow

Goods

Government and the current account

Government Budget Deficit

Government Budget Surplus

Government Sector

Government Spending

Government spending a component of aggregate demand

Government spending & aggregate demand

Government Spending (G)

Government Tax Revenue

H

Hard landing

HLFS

Horizontal World Supply Curve

Household attitude and AD

Household income and AD

Household Sector

Household-the two sector model

Households and Inflation

How changes in the Terms of Trade come about

How to calculate the labour force

How to calculate the labour force participation rate

How to calculate the unemployment rate

How to calculate the value of consumer spending

How to construct a demand schedule

How to derive market demand

How to derive market supply

How to illustrate a per unit sales tax

How to illustrate a per unit subsidy

How to illustrate a price change on a demand curve

How to illustrate a price change on a supply curve

How will it be produced?

Human Resources

I

Impact of a subsidy on consumers

Impact of a subsidy on producers

Impact of an indirect tax on consumers

Impact of an indirect tax on producers

Impact of deflation on various groups

Import Price Index

Imports one country model

Imports two country model

Improvement in the current account

Improving productivity

Improving productivity-Division of labour

Improving productivity-Specialisation

Incidence of a Sales Tax

Incidence of a Subsidy

Income elasticity and the importance of the coefficient

Income elasticity of demand

Increase in quantity demanded

Increase in quantity supplied

Increased savings & unemployment

Increased wage demands & unemployment

Indirect Tax

Individual demand

Individual Price Rise

Inelastic Demand

Inelastic demand and incidence of a subsidy on buyers & sellers

Inelastic demand and incidence of a tax on buyers & sellers

Inelastic supply

Inequality and taxes

Inferior Goods and YED

Inflation

Inflation-Causes of

Inflation-General price Level Changes

Inflation-Impacts

Inflation-Real Values

Inflationary expectations and AD

Inflationary Gap

Injections

Interdependence-the two sector model

Interest

Interest Rates

Interest rates and AD

Interest rates and the exchange rate

Interest-reward for capital resources

Investment Spending (I)

Investment-the two sector model

Invisibles

Invisibles (BOP)

J

J Curve effect

Job production

L

Labour force & the AS curve

Labour force participation rate

Labour Intensive

Lack of qualifications & unemployment

Law of Demand

Law of Supply

Leakages

Legal and institutional reforms-transition economies

Liberalisation

Limited Means

Luxuries and YED

M

Macroeconomic stabilisation-transition economies

Marginal Tax Rate

Market Demand

Market Economic System

Market Supply

Maximum Price Control

Measures of Unemployment

Merit Good

Mid-point method to calculate cross elasticity of demand

Mid-point method to calculate income elasticity of demand

Mid-point method to calculate price elasticity of demand

Mid-point method to calculate price elasticity of supply

Minimum Price Control

Mixed Economic System

Monetary Policy

Money flows-two sector model

Movements along a Demand Curve

Movements along a Supply Curve

N

Natural Resources

Necessities and YED

Negative cross elasticity of demand

Negative impacts of a trade union

Net exports & aggregate demand

Net Exports (X-M)

Net exports a component of aggregate demand

Nominal interest rates

Non-excludable by price

Non-Renewable Resources

Non-rival

Normal goods and inferior goods

Normal Goods and YED

O

Official Cash Rate (OCR)

Offshoring

Operating deficit used in a recession

Operating surplus used in a boom

Opportunity Cost

P

Peak (boom)

Percentage method to calculate cross elasticity of demand

Percentage method to calculate income elasticity of demand

Percentage method to calculate price elasticity of demand

Percentage method to calculate price elasticity of supply

Perfectly inelastic supply

Planned Economic System

Policies on unemployment

Policies to promote free trade

Policy Target Agreement (PTA)

Positive cross elasticity of demand

Positive impacts of a trade union

PPC-Choice

PPC-Opportunity cost

PPC-Scarcity

PPC-Slope

Price elasticity of demand

Price elasticity of supply

Price per unit a firm receives with a sales tax

Price per unit a firm receives with a subsidy

Primary Sector

Private Good

Private goods & public goods

Problems facing transition economies

Producer

Producer Surplus (PS)

Producer Surplus-basics

Producer Surplus-Maximum Price

Producer Surplus-Subsidy

Producer Surplus-Tax

Producer-the two sector model

Production

Production efficiency and a PPC

Production Possibility Curve

Production Possibility Curve-Basics

Production Possibility Curve-Shifts

Production/production process

Productivity

Productivity/technology & the AS curve

Profit

Profit-reward for entrepreneurship

Progressive Tax

Public Good

Q

Qualities of Money

R

Real flows-two sector model

Real interest rates

Real Values

Reason for a bowed PPC

Reason for a straight line PPC

Reasons for a free trade agreements

Reasons for a maximum price

Reasons for a minimum price

Reasons for free trade

Reasons why government imposes taxes

Recession

Recession and the government

Recessionary Gap

Regional and skill-based mismatch & unemployment

Regressive Tax

Related Goods

Relationship between the Terms of Trade & the current account

Removing a tariff

Renewable Resources

Rent

Rent-reward for natural resources

Resources

Restructuring and privatisation-transition economies

Revenue method to calculate price elasticity of demand

Rival (or depletable)

S

Sales Tax & the Market

Sales Tax Incidence

Savings and Inflation

Savings-the two sector model

Scarcity

Secondary Sector

Self-employment

Service

Setting (establishing) an exchange rate

Shape of a PPC

Shifts of the AD Curve

Shifts of the AS Curve

Shifts of the Demand Curve

Shifts of the Supply Curve

Shortage

Social (external) benefits-CBA

Social (external) costs-CBA

Soft landing

Sources of Government Revenue

Specialisation

Straight Line Production Possibility Curve

Strike

Structural Unemployment

Subsidy

Subsidy & the Market

Subsidy Incidence

Substitutes

Substitutes and CED

Sunrise industry

Sunset industry

Supply

Supply curve and a range of elasticities

Supply elasticity

Supply in the Long-Run

Supply in the Short-Run

Supply of foreign exchange

Supply Over Time

Supply schedule

Supply-Basic Concepts

Supply-Conditions/Shifts

Surplus

T

Tax Avoidance

Tax Evasion

Tax take and the business cycle

Taxes

Terms of Trade

Tertiary Sector

The basic economic problem

The Capital Account

The Current Account

The Financial Account

The foreign exchange market

The operating balance

The process of transition

The real cost of a decision

Three basic questions

Trade and Inflation

Trade Cycle

Trade Unions

Trade weighted index

Trade-BOP components

Trade-Free Trade

Trade-One country model

Trade-Terms of trade

Trade-Two country model

Trade-Weighted Index

Traditional Economic System

Two Country Trade Model

Types of industrial action

Types of taxes

Types of Unemployment

U

Underemployment

Unemployment and migration

Unemployment benefits & unemployment

Unemployment economic effects

Unemployment rate

Unemployment social effects

Unemployment-Causes/types

Unemployment-Impacts/policies

Unemployment-Measures/statistics

Unfavourable movement in the Terms of Trade

Unitary Demand

V

Visibles

Visibles (BOP)

W

Wages

Wages-reward for human resources

Wants

Wealth effect and AD

What will be produced?

When is supply elasticity higher/lower

Where will a market clear

Who will get what is produced?

Why can individuals not have everything they want

Why is demand limited and wants unlimited

Work-to-rule

Working-age population

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