Shopping Through Economy

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  • I'm sorry, but orange and green are the only colors the government allows us to sell.
  • I'm leavin this place to go find a store that can choose what they sell
  • Does this store really not have a blue vase!?!?
  • Yes! And it is also great that what you buy will create a profit, so ill be getting money out of your purchase
  • Come shop in Roxy's where you have freedom of choice, so you can choose what color vase you want, and your business will help me make a profit
  • I'm so happy I can chose the color vase I want here, it's awesome.
  • One day I was shopping at an outdoor mall and realized that each store is ran by a different type of economy...
  • Please make a purchase at my store. We are competing with the store across the street for business, our store is much better because here at coach we have many different purse options because we are a market economy based store.
  • Wow all of this competition is benefiting me because it is creating more sales, therefore I get to buy more things than I usually would
  • COMMAND ECONOMY: When resources are controlled by the government
  • Come to my store! It's my private property that I just opened and I only let family or friends shop here. Its benefits both me and customers because I get to visit with people I know.
  • I also heard here at Lucy's it has a traditional based economy so things are hand sewed just like they've always been
  • FREEDOM OF CHOICE: to make decisions and accept the consequences of those decisions PROFIT: money left from sales after operating costs of business have been paid
  • Here at Joe's Snack Store we have many options of food, but we don't sell anything with peanuts in it because the government doesn't allow us to, but were allowed to sell whatever else we want!
  • All this shopping is making me hungry. I need a snack... but what do you have?
  • MARKET ECONOMY: Resources are owned and controlled by the people COMPETITION: rivalry among businesses which encourages products and practices and lower prices
  • TRADITIONAL ECONOMY: goods and services are produced the way it has always been PRIVATE PROPERTY: to own, use, or dispose of things of value
  • MIXED ECONOMY: combined elements of command and market economies
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