Mixed market economy

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Mixed market economy

  1. 1. MIXED MARKET ECONOMYMIXED MARKETECONOMYPRESENTED BY: NORJAWAI STEPHENIE NUR HIDAYAH
  2. 2. - M ost deci si ons ar em ade by pr oducer s &consum s but t he ergover nm ent onl yi nt er vene when needed.
  3. 3. THE BENEFITS OFMIXED ECONOMY1. Cover s Bot h Publ i c Sect or & Pr i vat e Sect or~ Pr i vat e : gr eat sat i sf act i on t o consum s er~ Publ i c : pr ovi des di ver se
  4. 4. 2. Al l ow C pet i t i on s om Am ongst Pr ovi der s~ per m t s pr i vat e i par t i ci pat i on~ cont r i but es publ i c ow shi p ner
  5. 5. THE DISADVANTAGES1. Unsuccessf ul Regul at i ons2. Lack of Pr i ce C r ol ont Management3. D i ver s ef f i ci ency cost el t hr ough com at i ve m ket pet ar syst em / f ast r educt i on i n pover t y
  6. 6. WHAT ARE SOMECOUNTRIES THATPRACTISE MIXEDMARKET?
  7. 7. Canada and India aresome of the countrieswhich are highly mixed.
  8. 8. - As the conclusion, purecapitalism & purecommunism have never andmost likely can never exist.
  9. 9. Reference:: Socyberty, (2009), Disadvantages of the TwoExtreme Economies: Free Market and Command: Economy, Economics, Retrieved fromhttp://socyberty.com/economics/disadvantages-ofthe-two-extreme-economies-free-market-and-command-economy/:Watch, Retrieved fromhttp://www.economywatch.com/market-economy/

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