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A change in the prices of a few goods changes the opportunity cost of purchasing those goods but does not constitute inflation or deflation. These terms are reserved for more general changes in the prices of goods and services throughout the economy. Basic Economic Concepts Section I Basic Economic Concepts Both inflation and deflation can pose problems for the economy. Inflation discourages people from holding on to cash, because if the price level is rising, cash loses value. That is, if the price level rises, a dollar will buy less than it would before.
B. People who engage in dangerous personal behavior impose higher costs on society through higher medical costs. 1. Which of the following is an example of a resource? I. petroleum II. a factory III. a cheeseburger dinner a. I only b. II only c. III only d. I and II only e. I, II, and III 2. Which of the following situations represent(s) resource scarcity? I. Rapidly growing economies experience increasing levels of water pollution. II. There is a finite amount of petroleum in the physical environment.
So in our classroom example, if all larger classrooms were already fully occupied, we could say that the school was run in an efficient way; your classmates could be made better off only by making people in the larger classroom worse off—by moving them to the room that is too small. Returning to our castaway example, as long as Tom produces a combination of coconuts and fish that is on the production possibilities curve, his production is efficient. At point A, the 15 coconuts he gathers are the maximum quantity he can get given that he has chosen to catch 20 fish; at point B, the 9 coconuts he gathers are the maximum he can get given his choice to catch 28 fish; and so on.