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Q: Shortages of non priority goods and services is typically found in which economy? a. market economy c. traditional economy b. centrally planned economy d. capitalistic economy
A: Shortages of non priority goods and services is typically found in which economy? b. centrally planned economy
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User: Shortages of non priority goods and services is typically found in which economy? a. market economy c. traditional economy b. centrally planned economy d. capitalistic economy

Weegy: Shortages of non priority goods and services is typically found in which economy? b. centrally planned economy
cjabward|Points 720|

User: Joseph Stalin introduced communism to Russia in 1917.

User: A government prints and distributes posters to inspire workers to increase their productivity. In which kind of economy does this most likely take place? a. capitalist economy c. market economy b. traditional economy d. centrally planned economy

Weegy: In which kind of economy does this most likely take place? The answer is d) centrally planned
alfred123|Points 2124|

User: A person believes that real equality can only exist when political equality is coupled with economic equality. This person believes that democratic means should be used to distribute wealth evenly throughout society. This person is a a. socialist. c. capitalist. b. communist. d. authoritarian.

User: A person believes that real equality can only exist when political equality is coupled with economic equality. This person believes that democratic means should be used to distribute wealth evenly throughout society. This person is a a. socialist. c. capitalist. b. communist. d. authoritarian.

User: Which of the following is not a problem in a centrally planned economy? a. centralized decision-making c. workers lack incentive b. poor quality of work d. shortages of non priority goods and services

Weegy: Centralized decision-making is not a problem in a centrally planned economy. **Problems of centrally planned economies: poor quality, serious shortages of non-priority goods and services, diminishing production, workers lack incentives, [ [ does not reward innovation, lacks flexibility to adjust to consumer demands. ] D. ]
iamsuperman28|Points 12|

User: true of false

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