Unit 1: Basic Economic Concepts Copyright ACDC Leadership 2015 1 The Circular Flow Model The Product MarketThe place where goods and services produced by businesses are sold to households. The Resource (Factor) MarketThe place where resources (land, labor, capital, and entrepreneurship) are sold to businesses.
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D 3 Circular Flow Model Vocab Private Sector- Part of the economy that is run by individuals and businesses Public Sector- Part of the economy that is controlled by the government Factor Payments- Payment for the factors of production, namely rent, wages, interest, and profit Transfer Payments- When the government redistributes income (ex: welfare, social security) Subsidies- Government payments to businesses
Copyright ACDC Leadership 2015 4 2012 Exam 5 Circular Flow Model Review 1. Do individuals supply or demand? Both, they demand products and supply resources 2. Dothe business or demand?
Both, supplysupply products and demand resources 3. Who demands in the product market? Individuals and the government 4. Who supplies in the product market? Businesses Copyright ACDC Leadership 2015 6 The AP Microeconomics Test!
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