Table of Contents
- 1 What is it called when the government makes economic decisions?
- 2 How does the government make economic decisions?
- 3 How is most of the decision making done in market economy?
- 4 Does the government make all economic decisions?
- 5 What are the five major reasons for government involvement in a market economy?
- 6 What are the three basic economic questions?
- 7 What are the 6 characteristics of a free market economy?
- 8 Which is the strongest motivating factor in a free market economy?
What is it called when the government makes economic decisions?
What is a Centrally Planned Economy? A centrally planned economy, also known as a command economy, is an economic system in which a central authority, such as a government, makes economic decisions regarding the manufacturing and the distribution of products.
How does the government make economic decisions?
At the most basic level, the government makes it possible for markets to function more efficiently by clearly defining and enforcing people’s property or ownership rights to resources and by providing a stable currency and a central banking system (the Federal Reserve System in the U.S. economy).
When markets and governments decide how wealth money and goods and services are distributed what basic economic question are they answering?
The basic question when markets and governments decide how wealth, money, and goods and services are distributed is “For whom to produce?”. This question is concerned with how goods and services are allocated or distributed to society.
How is most of the decision making done in market economy?
In a market economy, most economic decision making is done through voluntary transactions according to the laws of supply and demand.
Does the government make all economic decisions?
Government makes all economic decisions. Government planners allocated basic resources market forces allocate privately-owned resources. Socialism(What role does government play?)
Which type of government makes all the decisions?
A command economy is the kind of economy where the government makes all the decisions.
What are the five major reasons for government involvement in a market economy?
The government (1) provides the legal and social framework within which the economy operates, (2) maintains competition in the marketplace, (3) provides public goods and services, (4) redistributes income, (5) cor- rects for externalities, and (6) takes certain actions to stabilize the economy.
What are the three basic economic questions?
Because of scarcity every society or economic system must answer these three (3) basic questions:
- What to produce? ➢ What should be produced in a world with limited resources?
- How to produce? ➢ What resources should be used?
- Who consumes what is produced? ➢ Who acquires the product?
How does a socialist society answer the three basic questions of economy?
(1) what to produce, (2) how to produce, and (3) for whom to produce. What is produced? based on custom and the habit of how such decisions were made in the past.
What are the 6 characteristics of a free market economy?
What are the six major characteristics of a pure market economy? Freedom of enterprise, little or no government control, freedom of choice, private property, profit incentive, and competition.
Which is the strongest motivating factor in a free market economy?
Self-interest is the motivating force in the free market.