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Review for 7th Grade EOG

Traditional Economic activities are usually centered toward the family, tribe, or ethnic group
Traditional Resources are allocated based on inheritance
Traditional Farming, hunting, and gathering are done largely in the same fashion as the generation before
Traditional Choices are determined by environment
Traditional Little or no use of technology
Command The government or other central authority makes all economic decisions
Command Individuals have little, if any, influence over economic functions
Command Resources are owned by the government
Command There is no competition; the purpose of business is to provide goods and services, not to make a profit
Command Factories are concerned with quotas
Command Consumers have few, if any, choices in the market place
Command The government sets the prices of good and services
Market Economic decisions are made by individuals competing to earn profits based on supply and demand
Market Resources are owned by individuals
Market Profit is the motive for increasing work
Market Competition determines price and increases the quality of products
Market Individual freedom is considered very important; individuals have freedom to make economic decisions
Market Also called “capitalist” economy
Created by: tlblack