In Week 2, students will employ the supply and demand model to develop consumer surplus and producer surplus as a measure of welfare and market efficiency. Students learn about welfare economics–the study of how the allocation of resources affects economic well-being–and will discover that under most circumstances, the equilibrium price and quantity is also the one that maximizes welfare. Students will review different sources of externalities and a variety of potential cures and will see that while markets are usually a good way to organize economic activity, governments can sometimes improve market outcomes. Students will see how the U.S. government raises and spends money and the difficulty of making a tax system both efficient and equitable.
Scenario: Imagine you have been assigned the responsibility of preparing a paper for the governor’s next economic conference.
Prepare a 1,050-word paper addressing the following:
NOTE: BELOW IS VERY IMPORTANT
ATTACHED IS A GRADING GUIDE AND CHAPTERS, AND PLEASE DO NOT GO OVER THE WORD COUNT!!
Cite a minimum of THREE(3) PEER-REVIEWED SOURCES, not including your textbook.
Format consistent with APA guidelines.
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