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An unintended side effect that benefits or harms a third party not involved in the activity is: a. a condition of oligopoly. c. a problem caused by inadequate competition. b. an externality. d. price discrimination.
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An unintended side effect that benefits or harms a third party not involved in the activity is an externality.
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true or false In 1911 the government broke up the Standard Oil Company under the Sherman Antitrust Act. Since then the government has chosen not to excersise its power to break up other monopolies.
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In 1911 the government broke up the Standard Oil Company under the Sherman Antitrust Act. Since then the government has chosen not to exercise its power to break up other monopolies. TRUE.
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Factors that cause a producer’s average cost per unit to fall while output rises are known as _____. a. franchise scale b. price discrimination c. economics of scale d. market power scale
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Factors that cause a producer’s average cost per unit to fall while output rises are known as: ECONOMICS OF SCALE.
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What happens during a bank run? a. The government orders a bank to close. b. States charter more banks than needed. c. The price of gold suddenly increases. d. More customers withdraw money than the bank has on hand.
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During a bank run, more customers withdraw money than the bank has on hand.
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Which of the following is an important power given to the federal government by the National Banking Acts of 1863 and 1864? a. the power to charter banks b. the power to create separate currencies for the North and the South c. the power to create a gold standard d. the power to test for counterfeit money Please select the best answer from the choices provided
Weegy: grant bank charters c. the power to create a gold standard User: What is the gold standard? a. A system that uses actual gold coins as a country’s money. b. A system in which a country’s money is backed with gold. c. A currency system in which each dollar is worth 1/20 of a pound of gold. d. A money system in which the paper currency is good in more than one country. (More)
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The gold standard is a system in which a country’s money is backed with gold.
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