Production possibilities frontier 
Production possibilities frontier
by Khan / Sal Khan
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Date Added: August 14, 2016

Lecture Description

Course Index

  1. Production possibilities frontier
  2. Opportunity Cost
  3. Increasing opportunity cost
  4. Allocative efficiency and marginal benefit
  5. Economic growth through investment
  6. Comparative advantage specialization and gains from trade
  7. Comparative advantage and absolute advantage
  8. Law of demand | Supply, demand, and market equilibrium
  9. Price of related products and demand
  10. Changes in income, population, or preferences
  11. Normal and inferior goods | Supply, demand, and market equilibrium
  12. Inferior goods clarificationx
  13. Law of supply | Supply, demand, and market equilibrium
  14. Factors affecting supply | Supply, demand, and market equilibrium
  15. Market equilibrium | Supply, demand, and market equilibrium
  16. Changes in Market Equilibrium
  17. Price elasticity of demand | Elasticity
  18. More on elasticity of demand | Elasticity
  19. Perfect inelasticity and perfect elasticity of demand
  20. Constant unit elasticity | Elasticity
  21. Total revenue and elasticity | Elasticity
  22. More on total revenue and elasticity | Elasticity
  23. Cross elasticity of demand | Elasticity
  24. Elasticity of supply | Elasticity
  25. Elasticity and strange percent changes | Elasticity
  26. Demand Curve as Marginal Benefit Curve
  27. Consumer surplus introduction | Consumer and producer surplus
  28. Total consumer surplus as area
  29. Producer surplus | Consumer and producer surplus
  30. Rent Control and Deadweight Loss
  31. Minimum wage and price floors
  32. Taxation and dead weight loss
  33. Percentage tax on hamburgers
  34. Taxes and perfectly inelastic demand
  35. Taxes and perfectly elastic demand
  36. Marginal Utility
  37. Equalizing Marginal Utility per Dollar Spent
  38. Deriving demand curve from tweaking marginal utility per dollar
  39. Budget Line
  40. Optimal point on budget line
  41. Types of indifference curves
  42. Economic profit vs accounting profit
  43. Depreciation and opportunity cost of capital
  44. Fixed, Variable, and Marginal Cost.
  45. Visualizing average costs and marginal costs as slope
  46. Marginal cost and average total cost
  47. Marginal revenue and marginal cost
  48. Marginal revenue below average total cost
  49. Long term supply curve and economic profit
  50. Perfect competition | Forms of competition
  51. Monopoly basics | Forms of competition
  52. Monopolist optimizing price: Total revenue.
  53. Monopolist optimizing price: Marginal revenue
  54. Monopolist optimizing price: Dead weight loss
  55. Optional calculus proof to show that MR has twice slope of demand
  56. Review of Revenue and Cost Graphs for a Monopoly
  57. Oligopolies and monopolistic competition | Forms of competition
  58. Monopolistic competition and economic profit
  59. Oligopolies, duopolies, collusion, and cartels
  60. Prisoners' dilemma and Nash equilibrium
  61. More on Nash equilibrium | Game theory and Nash equilibrium
  62. Why parties to cartels cheat | Game theory and Nash equilibrium
  63. Game theory of cheating firms | Game theory and Nash equilibrium
  64. Negative externalities | Consumer and producer surplus
  65. Taxes for factoring in negative externalities
  66. Positive externalities | Consumer and producer surplus
  67. Tragedy of the commons | Consumer and producer surplus
  68. First degree price discrimination
  69. A firm's marginal product revenue curve
  70. How many people to hire given the MPR curve
  71. Adding demand curves | Production decisions and economic profit
  72. Circular flow of income and expenditures
  73. Parsing gross domestic product | GDP: Measuring national income
  74. More on final and intermediate GDP contributions
  75. Investment and consumption | GDP: Measuring national income
  76. Income and expenditure views of GDP | GDP: Measuring national income
  77. Components of GDP | GDP: Measuring national income
  78. Examples of accounting for GDP | GDP: Measuring national income
  79. Real GDP and nominal GDP | GDP: Measuring national income
  80. GDP deflator | GDP: Measuring national income
  81. Example Calculating Real GDP with a Deflator
  82. Introduction to inflation | Inflation - measuring the cost of living
  83. Actual CPI-U Basket of Goods
  84. Phillips curve | Inflation - measuring the cost of living
  85. Interest as rent for money | The monetary system
  86. Money supply and demand impacting interest rates
  87. The business cycle | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  88. Aggregate demand | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  89. Shifts in aggregate demand | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  90. Long-run aggregate supply | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  91. Short run aggregate supply | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  92. Demand-pull inflation under Johnson
  93. Real GDP driving price | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  94. Cost-push inflation | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  95. Monetary and fiscal policy | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  96. Tax lever of fiscal policy | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  97. Breakdown of gas prices | Supply, demand, and market equilibrium
  98. Short-run oil prices | Supply, demand, and market equilibrium
  99. Keynesian economics | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  100. Risks of Keynesian thinking | Aggregate demand and aggregate supply
  101. Overview of fractional reserve banking | The monetary system
  102. Weaknesses of fractional reserve lending | The monetary system
  103. Full reserve banking | The monetary system
  104. Money supply: M0, M1, and M2 | The monetary system
  105. Simple fractional reserve accounting (part 2) | The monetary system
  106. MPC and multiplier
  107. Mathy version of MPC and multiplier (optional)
  108. Consumption function basics
  109. Generalized linear consumption function
  110. Consumption function with income dependent taxes
  111. Keynesian Cross
  112. Details on shifting aggregate planned expenditures
  113. Keynesian cross and the multiplier
  114. Investment and real interest rates
  115. Connecting the keynesian cross to the IS curve
  116. Loanable funds interpretation of IS curve
  117. Polyalphabetic Cipher
  118. LM part of the IS-LM model
  119. Government spending and the IS-LM model
  120. Balance of payments: Current account | Foreign exchange and trade
  121. Balance of payments: Capital account | Foreign exchange and trade
  122. Why Current and Capital Accounts Net Out
  123. Accumulating foreign currency reserves | Foreign exchange and trade
  124. Using reserves to stabilize currency | Foreign exchange and trade
  125. Financial crisis in Thailand caused by speculative attack
  126. Math mechanics of Thai banking crisis | Foreign exchange and trade
  127. Greek Debt Recession and Austerity (part 1)
  128. Greek Financial Crisis (part 2)
  129. How and why Greece would leave the Euro (part 3)
  130. Why Europe is worried about Greece
  131. Three pointer vs free throwing probability | Probability and Statistics

Course Description

This course includes topics in microeconomics and macroeconomics covered in a traditional college level introductory economics course

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