economics test

the study of how society chooses to use scarce resources to satisfy its unlimited wants and needs
the study of a single factor of an economy such as as individuals household, businesses, and industries rather than an economy as a whole
the study of an entire economy or one of its principal sectors
one who buys goods or services for personal use rather then for resale or use in production or manufacturing
a person, group, or business that makes goods or provides services to satisfy the consumers needs and wants
an object or material that can be purchased to satisfy human wants and needs
any action or activity that is performed for a fee
anything used to produce goods or service
to distribute scarce resources such as money, land, equitmant, or labor in order to satisfy the greatest number of needs and wants
division of labor
the division of a complex procedure into small task, enabling working to increase output through specialization
the value lost by rejecting one use of resources in favor of another
factor of production
a resource used to produce goods and services
natural resource
in economics any material provided by the nature that can be used to produce goods or provide services
human resource
any human activity mental or physical used in the production process
capital good
a building, structure machines, or tool that is used to produce goods or services
the organizational abilities and risk taking involved in starting a new business or introducing a new product to consumers
someone who undertakes and develops a new business enter price or develops a new product risking failure or loss for the possibility of financial gain
the fundamental condition of economics that results from the combination of limited resources and unlimited wants