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Inflation that is out of control Hyperinflation
Inflation of a nation increases gradually Creeping Inflation
A sustained drop in the price level Deflation
A theory that too much money is the economy causes inflation Quantity Theory
A theory that inflation occurs when the demand for goods and services exceeds existing supplies Demand-Pull Theory
A theory that inflation occurs when producers raise prices to meet increased costs Cost-Push Theory
The process by which rising wages cause higher prices and higher prices cause higher wages Wage-prices Spiral
The ability to purchase goods and services Purchasing Power
Money that an individual or business receives in exchange for providing goods Income
Amount charged by a lender to a borrower for the use of assets Interest Rates
What does GDP mean? Gross Domestic Product
People who are changing jobs or are seeking their first jobs Frictional Unemployment
People who lose their jobs because technological advances reduces the demand for people with their skills Structural Unemployment
People who are unemployed because their jobs depend on the season Seasonal Unemployment
People who lose their jobs during periods of economic decline Cyclical Unemployment

Economics Crossword Puzzle

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Total of goods or services sold within a country GDP
Total spending by consumers Consumer spending
Total amount of spending by business on factory and equipment Business investment
Total spending by government Government spending
Inflation that is out of control Hyperinflation
Inflation of a nation increases gradually but continually over time Creeping
A sustained drop in the price level Deflation
Theory that too much money in the economy causes inflation Quantity
Theory that inflation occurs when demand for goods and services exceed existing supplies Demand-pull
Theory that inflation occurs when producers raise prices to meet increased costs Cost-push
Rising wages cause higher prices and higher prices cause higher wages Wage-price spiral
People who are changing jobs or are seeking their first jobs Frictional
People who lose their jobs because technological advances reduce the demand for people with their skills Structural
People who are unemployed because their jobs depend on the season Seasonal
People who lose their jobs during periods of economic decline Cyclical
C + I + G= ? GDP

FUN ECON CROSSWORD PUZZLE

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Worst kind of inflation. when it occurs it often leads to a total economic collapse. Hyperinflation
Inflation increases gradually, but continually over time. Creeping inflation
A sustained drop in the price level Deflation
the theory that too much money in the economy can cause inflation. Quantity theory
Gross domestic product GDP
the theory that inflation occurs when demand for goods and services exceeds existing supplies Demand pull theory
The theory that inflation occurs when producers raise prices in oder to meet increased costs. Cost Push theory
a vicious circle process in which wage increases cause price increases which in turn cause wage increases. wage price spiral
The ability to purchase good and services. purchasing power
Money received, especially on a regular basis for work or through investment. Income
The amount of interest due per period, as a proportion of the amount lent, deposited or borrowed. Interest rates
People who are changing jobs or are seeking their first jobs. Frictional Unemployment
People who lose their jobs because technological advances reduce the demand for people with their skills. Structural unemployment
People who are unemployed because their jobs depend on the season. seasonal unemployment
People who lose their jobs during periods of economic decline. Cyclical Unemployment

GDP, inflation, and unemployment Crossword

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Momentary inflation. Occurs at high rate Hyperinflation
Inflation of a nation increasing gradually but continually Creeping inflation
Reduction. Has to do with level of prices. Deflation
Estimated by spatial measurement Quantity theory
Inflation occurring when demands for goods and services exceed the supplies. Demand-pull theory
Prices go up due to increases in the cost of wages and raw material. Cost-push theory
Wage increases in turn cause wage. Circle process Wage-price spiral
Financial ability to buy products and services. Purchasing power
Money received Income
Proportion of a loan that is charged as interest to the borrower. Interest rates.
Someone who is in the process of finding a new job Frictional
People losing jobs over technological advances Structural
People who’s work depends on the season Seasonal
People losing jobs due to economic decline Cyclical
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GDP, Inflation and Unemployment Crossword

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What does C+I+G+(Export-Imports)=? GDP
What happens to our economy if one sector grows? Grows
What does GDP stand for? Gross Domestic Product
Decrease in general price level of good and services Deflation
Explanation of how inflation is affected by demand Demand-Pull Theory
Shows how the average price of a standard group of goods changes over time Price Index
What does CPI stand for? Consumer Price Index
General price levels rise due to increase in the cost of wages and raw materials Cost-Push Theory
Portion of a loan that is charged as interest to the borrower Interest Rates
Explains cause & effect relationship between raising wages & prices. Wage-Price Spiral

GDP, Inflation and Unemployment Crossword

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Inflation of a nation increases gradually over time creepinginflation
Spending by consumers consumption
Example of transfer payment subsidies
Money received, through investments or work income
Measures total value of final goods/services produced in a country GDP
Unemployed because job depends on the season seasonal
Amount of goods/services produced shrinks contractingeconomy
Number of goods/services that can be purchased with a unit of currency purchasingpower
Inflation caused by an increase in prices of inputs costpushtheory
Jobs lost during period of economic decline cyclical
Inflation occurs when demand for goods/services exceeds existing supplies demandpulltheory
People changing jobs or seeking first job frictional
Monetary inflation occurring at a high rate hyperinflation
Generates jobs, incomes and goods/servies growingeconomy
Proportion of a loan that is charged as interest to borrower interestrates
Reduction of general level of prices in economy deflation
Changes in prices correspond to changes in the monetary supply quantitytheory
Jobs lost due to technological advances structural
Analysis of economic performance/prediction of future performance economicindicator
Consumption by consumers cig

Unemployment and Inflation Crossword

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When someone of working age is not able to get a job but would like to be in full-time employment Unemployment
Refers to people who are jobless but official figures do not include them Hidden unemployment
The unemployment which exists in any economy due to people being in the process of moving from one job to another Frictional unemployment
Form of unemployment caused by a mismatch between the skills that workers in the economy can offer, and the skills demanded of workers by employers structural unemployment
When workers lose their jobs because of downturns in the business cycle. cyclical unemployment
The total demand for goods and services within a particular market aggregate demand
The monetary value of all the finished goods and services produced within a country's borders in a specific time period GDP
Tax levied directly on personal income income tax
A compulsory contribution to state revenue, levied by the government on workers' income and business profits, or added to the cost of some goods, services, and transactions. tax
A general increase in prices and fall in the purchasing value of money inflation
A fall in the inflation rate disinflation
Reduction of the general level of prices in an economy deflation
Measurement of the change in prices of a basket of goods and services consumed by the average household consumer price index
Measurement of the change in prices of factors of production producer price index
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Crossword- GDP, Inflation, unemployment

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The total value of goods produced and services provided in a country during one year. GDP
Measurement that shows how the average price of a standard group of goods changes over time. Price index
Consumer price index computed each month by the bureau of labor statistics. It is determined by measuring the price of a standard group goods to represent the market basket of a typical consumer. It helps calculate the average inflation rate for the country. CPI
Inflation that is out of control. Hyperinflation
The inflation of a nation increases gradually but continually over time. Creeping inflation
A sustained drop in the price level. Deflation
The financial ability to buy products and services. Purchasing power
Money received especially on a regular basis for work or through investment. Income
The proportion of a loan that is charged as interests to the barrower typically expressed as an annual percentage of the loan understanding. Interest rates
The theory that inflation occurs when demand for goods and services exceeds existing supplies. Demand pull theory
Is inflation caused by an increase in prices of inputs like a labor raw material. Cost push theory
The theory that too much money is in the economy and causes inflation. Quantity theory
Is a macro economic theory use to explain the cause-and-effect relationship between rising wages and rising prices or inflation. Wage price spiral
People who are changing jobs or seeking their 1st jobs. Frictional
People who lose their jobs because technological advances reduce the demand for people with their skills. Structural
People who are unemployed because their jobs depend on the season. Seasonal
People who lose their jobs during periods of economic decline. Cyclical
Spending by households on goods and services Consumption
Exports minus imports Net exports
The market value a firm adds to a product Value added

GDP, Inflation and Unemployment Crossword

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Consumer price index computed each month by the Bureau of Labor statistics. It is determined by measuring the price of a standard group of goods meant to represent the “market basket” of typical consumer. Helps calculate the average ration rate for the country CPI
Measurement that shows how the average price of standard group of goods changes over time Price Index
Substains drop in the price value Deflation
Raise wages causes higher prices and higher prices cause a bigger wages Wage Price Spiral
Demand for goods and services exceeds existing supplies Demand Pull Theory
States that have too much money in the economy causes inflation Quantity theory
Prices that are slowly increasing power Creeping inflation
The core inflation rate exceeding the effects of food and energy prices Hyperinflation
Inflation occurs when producers raise prices in order to meet increased costs Cost push theory
The worth of money has changed the money is not equivalent to what it was before Purchasing power
Inflation sometimes, but not always, erodes income Income
Certain percentage to bank to get back eventually Interest rates
Workers skills do not match the jobs that are available Structural
When people take time to find a job Frictional
Industry slow down and make seasonal shifts Seasonal
Economy falls down causing people to lose jobs, then coming back Cyclical

fundamentals of economics Crossword

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a steady long term increase in real GDP economic growth
the loss of potential gain from other alternatives when one alternative is chosen opportunity cost
goods used to produce more goods capital goods
a person who uses a good or service consumers
another name for a centrally planned govt. comand economy
there is no such thing as a free lunch TINSTAAFL
give up one benefit to gain another trade-off
the rivalry among sellers trying to achieve such goals as increasing profits competition
a general increase in prices across an economy inflation
a risk-taker in search of profits entrepreneur
a income that does not increase even when prices go up fixed income
study of how people satisfy unlimited wants through careful use of realtive scarce resource economics
physical objects that somone produces goods
the power of consumers to decide what gets producded consumer sovereignty
a financial gain profit
economic system that relies on habit traditional economy
any government system that provides monetary assistance to people with an inadequate or no income. social security
gross domestic product GDP
how much it is worth in money value
the accumulation of products that are tangible, scarce, useful, and transferable from one person to another wealth
mental/physical work or production labor
shortage scarcity
an economy in which prices and wages are determined mainly by supply and demand market economy

Supply and Demand Crossword

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The amount of goods available. Supply
When producers offer more of a good as its price increases. law of supply
The amount that a supplier is willing and able to supply at a specific price. Quantity supplied
A cost that rices or falls depending on the quantity produced. Variable cost
A cost that does not change. fixed cost
A tax on the production or sale of a good. Excise tax
The sum of fixed costs plus variable costs. Total cost
The cost of producing one more unit of a good. marginal cost
The total cost divided by the quantity produced. Average cost
The cost of operating a facility such as a factory or a store. Operation cost
The desire to own something and the ability to pay for it. Demand
To buy more of a good when its price is lower. law of demand
when consumers react to an increase in a goods price by consuming less. Substitution effect
The change in consumption that results when a price increases causes real income to decline. income effect
A table that lists the quantity of a good a person will buy at various prices in a market. Demand schedule
A table that lists the quantity of a good all consumers in a market will buy at various prices. market demand
a graphic representation of a demand schedule. demand curve
A good that consumers demand more when their incomes increases. normal good
A good that consumers demand less of what their incomes increase. Inferior good
The statistical characteristics of population and population segments. demographics
A measure of how consumers respond to price change. Elasticity of demand
The total amount of money a company receives by selling goods or services. total revenue