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ECONOMICS 101 - Economic Regulation and Antitrust Policy

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"Economic Regulation and Antitrust Policy"

  • Identify one way economic regulations impact monopolies and discuss whether or not you believe that works effectively.
  • Discuss how anti-trust laws promote competition and what might be done to improve existing anti-trust laws. Provide specific examples to support your response.

"Public Goods and Bureaucracy"

  • From the e-Activity, discuss ways to optimize the public good you researched while addressing issues of special interest and possible rational ignorance at the same time.
  • Argue for or against expanding the role played by bureaus in regulating the U.S. economy. Provide specific examples to support your response.

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