Business ModelsThe way that businesses capture value.
GoodsThe different types of value that are created by businesses.
EfficiencyThe output created for a unit of input.
ProductivityThe output created for an hour worked.
CapitalTangible and intangible things that are expected to create future value. For example, machines and talent.
CompetitionCompetition in areas such as cost, quality and customer experience and related concepts such as competitive advantage, economies of scale and commoditization.
Business CyclesBusiness cycles such as a period of high prices and capital investment followed by a period of low prices and industry decline.
PricingModeling pricing with supply and demand and concepts such as sticky prices.
PromotionModels for marketing communication such as attention economics and six degrees of separation.
DistributionEconomics related to the sales and delivery of products and services such as economies of density.
SustainabilityFoundations for improving quality of life and reducing environmental damage such as the idea of common goods and tragedy of the commons.
|Overview: Business Economics
The application of economics to business.