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Economics Essay

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Vinita JaiswalEcon 2210I am taking this class, as it is one of the required courses for my graduation. Economic would help to understand the processed that govern the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services in an exchange economy.Economics is important because without it we would not be able to ...view middle of the document...

It also allows us to comprehend the decision of households, firms and government base on the human behavior, beliefs, structure, constructions and needs. Economics is important in the sense that it teaches us hot to make rational use of our resources in order to meet up with our unlimited wants.Out of this class I expect to learn how to use my money when buying new stuffs like cars, houses, clothes, goods etc. I would also want to learn how money affects people and their life style. I want to learn how to balance money and family and friends. For lots of people money is everything and stands above love, family and friends. They haven't realized that money is also killing us by becoming selfish and tearing family apart.I want better explaining, practical application, able to apply critical thinking. As I am from India, I want to learn the economic of Unites States of America.

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