Episode 9: Society’s PPC

This lesson shows the Production Possibilities model as it applies to a society’s decisions. “Episode 9: Society’s PPC” by Dr. Mary J. McGlasson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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8 Responses to Episode 9: Society’s PPC

  1. 栋 陈 says:

    it will be better if you put subtitle in

  2. Nina Deoras says:

    luckily i did :)

  3. bulrogexe says:

    what do I say to the president? ur dumb mr. president. go back to pre school

  4. N330AA says:

    The irony is el pres probably is choosing point H. We can just borrow the rest after all.

  5. sarah mohammed says:

    this is aweosme …….. neva understood econ until now

  6. korinne1229 says:

    This is the only video that I don’t like bc of the comment that the govt decides where on society’s PPC we produce. In the example given, the govt does decide the allocation of govt spending, but the video gives the impression that the govt decides where we produce on “Society’s PPC.” Which they do not, they definitely have significant influence, but we are not a command socialist economy, we are a market capitalism economy where production decisions are decentralized. Just my interpretation…

  7. Kullektive says:

    Thank you for taking the time to make these videos. Def helps !

  8. Timothy Chong says:

    You seriously rock! Thanks from singapore!!

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