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Macroeconomics Policy Around the World - Diversity of Countries and Economies Across the World

Macroeconomics Policy Around the World - Diversity of Countries and Economies Across the World. Image from Macroeconomics, 2nd edition, OpenStax.

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Welcome to Economics - Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility

Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility

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Choice in a World of Scarcity - Law of Diminishing Returns

Law of Diminishing Returns - video used by permission from Telestream.

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Supply and Demand - Effect of a Change in Demand on Equilibrium Price and Quantity

Supply and Demand - Effect of a Change in Demand on Equilibrium Price and Quantity

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Tax Incidence - Elasticity of Supply

Tax Incidence - Elasticity of Supply

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Koch and Orlando Concert | HCC Beat

Jeremy Koch, principal saxophonist with the United States Air Force Band in Washington, D.C., and Molly Orlando, new music pianist based in the same city, in a concert of new music.

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Clip of What Economists Believe

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Faculty Recital at Stafford Spring 2019 | HCC Beat

The HCC Performing Arts music faculty in performance includes Frances Fenton Lytton, Daniel Alexander, and Olive Chen among others. Dr. Joel Love’s compositions were also presented.

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Consumer Choice - Marginal Gain and Marginal Loss of Utility

Consumer Choice - Marginal Gain and Marginal Loss of Utility. Image provided by OpenStax.

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Money and Banking - Money Creating Potential of the Banking System

Money Creating Potential of the Banking System

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Inflation - Calculating an Annual Rate of Inflation

Calculating an Annual Rate of Inflation. Image provided by OpenStax.

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