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  • 7 th Grade- This information is meant to be used in conjunction with the 6 th and 7 th grade Teacher Notes. For additional resources, go to GeorgiaStandards.org. (Note: This is not an expectation for students to memorize numbers, but to understand that factors that influence specific countries to move more towards a command or market economy). The numbering system is based on The Heritage Foundation’s Economic Freedom Index 2009 The Heritage Foundation is a conservative organization that has partnered with the Wall Street Journal for over a decade to evaluate each country based on a set of 10 criteria to determine economic freedom. Update information using resources listed in the Teacher Notes.
  • 7 th Grade- This information is meant to be used in conjunction with the 6 th and 7 th grade Teacher Notes. For additional resources, go to GeorgiaStandards.org. (Note: This is not an expectation for students to memorize numbers, but to understand that factors that influence specific countries to move more towards a command or market economy). The numbering system is based on The Heritage Foundation’s Economic Freedom Index 2009 The Heritage Foundation is a conservative organization that has partnered with the Wall Street Journal for over a decade to evaluate each country based on a set of 10 criteria to determine economic freedom. Update information using resources listed in the Teacher Notes.
  • 7 th Grade- This information is meant to be used in conjunction with the 6 th and 7 th grade Teacher Notes. For additional resources, go to GeorgiaStandards.org. (Note: This is not an expectation for students to memorize numbers, but to understand that factors that influence specific countries to move more towards a command or market economy). The numbering system is based on The Heritage Foundation’s Economic Freedom Index 2009 The Heritage Foundation is a conservative organization that has partnered with the Wall Street Journal for over a decade to evaluate each country based on a set of 10 criteria to determine economic freedom. Update information using resources listed in the Teacher Notes.
  • 7 th Grade- This information is meant to be used in conjunction with the 6 th and 7 th grade Teacher Notes. For additional resources, go to GeorgiaStandards.org. (Note: This is not an expectation for students to memorize numbers, but to understand that factors that influence specific countries to move more towards a command or market economy). The numbering system is based on The Heritage Foundation’s Economic Freedom Index 2009 The Heritage Foundation is a conservative organization that has partnered with the Wall Street Journal for over a decade to evaluate each country based on a set of 10 criteria to determine economic freedom. Update information using resources listed in the Teacher Notes.

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  • 1. Note to Teachers• This information is meant to be used in conjunction with the 6th and 7th grade Teacher Notes. For additional resources, go to GeorgiaStandards.org. (Note: This is not an expectation for students to memorize numbers, but to understand that factors that influence specific countries to move more towards a command or market economy). The numbering system is based on The Heritage Foundation’s Economic Freedom Index 2009 The Heritage Foundation is a conservative organization that has partnered with the Wall Street Journal for over a decade to evaluate each country based on a set of 10 criteria to determine economic freedom. Update information using resources listed in the Teacher Notes.
  • 2. • How many basic types of economic systems are there?• Name the economic systems.• Which economic system do most textbooks say is the most common throughout the world?
  • 3. • How many basic types of economic systems are there? 3• Name the economic systems. Traditional, Command, Market• Which economic system do most textbooks say is the most common throughout the world? Mixed. The GCEE states that mixed is not an economic system but rather a blending of two different types of systems.
  • 4. Economic Systems Pure PureCommand Market
  • 5. om ic Israel onEc t e m s 68% Sys Saudi Arabia Iran 64% 45% Pure PureCommand Market
  • 6. om ic South Africa onEc t e m s 64% Sys Nigeria 55% Pure PureCommand Market
  • 7. om ic Japan onEc t e m s 73% Sys China IndiaNorth Korea 54% 53% 2% Pure PureCommand Market
  • 8. om ic Economic 2010 on 2011Ec tems Freedom of 2012 76.8% 78% Sys the U. S. 75.3% Pure PureCommand Market