Ekonomika

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An modelong suplay asin demand iyo nagpapaliwanag sa kun pano an presyo naliliwat bilang resulta kan balanse sa tahaw kan bilang nin produkto asin an demand kaini.

An ekonomika (Ingles: economics; (/ˌkəˈnɒmɪks, ˌɛkə-/)[1][2][3]) iyo an siyensyang sosyal na minaadal sa kun pano an inter-aksyon kan mga tawo sa halaga; partikular, an produksyon, distribusyon, asin pagkonsumo kan mga babakalon asin serbisyo.[4]

An ekonomika iyo nakapokus sa pag-uugali asin inter-aksyon kan mga ekonomikong ahente asin kun pano minagana an ekonomiya. An mikroekonomiya iyo nagaanalisa kan mga basehang elemento sa ekonomiya, kabali an indibidwal na ahente asin merkado, an saindang inter-aksyon, asin kaluluwasan kan inter-aksyon. An mga indibidwal na ahente iyo pwedeng kabali, halimbawa, an kaharongan, negosyo, parabakal, asin parabenta. An makroekonomika iyo nagaanalisa sa ekonomiya bilang sarong sistema kun sain an produksyon, pagkonsumo, pag-iipon, asin an puhunan iyo igwang inter-aksyon, sagkod an mga kawsa na nakakaapekto digdi: pagkua nin mga empleyado, kapital, daga, inflation kan kurensiya, pagdakula kan ekonomiya, asin mga pampublikong polisiya na may impak sa mga elementong ini.

An analisis kan ekonomika iyo pwedeng maaplikar sa sosyedad, sa real estate,[5] negosyo,[6] pinansya, pag-ataman nin salud,[7] inhinyeriya,[8]asin gobyerno.[9] Pwede man ini maaplikar sa dibersong subheto bilang krimen, edukasyon,[10] an pamilya, ley, politika, relihiyon,[11] institusyong sosyal, giyera,[12] siyensya,[13] asin an kapalibotan.[14]

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  12. Nordhaus, William D. (2002). "The Economic Consequences of a War with Iraq" (PDF). War with Iraq: Costs, Consequences, and Alternatives. Cambridge, Massachusetts: American Academy of Arts and Sciences. pp. 51–85. ISBN 978-0-87724-036-5. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2 February 2007. Retrieved 21 October 2007. 
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