Thinking back on the information you have learned in this unit about different types of economic systems, imagine that you are moving from the United States (which has a mixed economy) to a country that has a largely centrally planned (or command) economy. Then in a short essay of at least two paragraphs, explain how your life will change (economically and otherwise) as you begin to live in your new home and country.
United states is free market economy, which is likewise called private enterprise (capitalism). In this sort of economy, there is next to no administration control. In a free market economy, the shopper chooses what they need to purchase. A purchaser is a client. The law of supply and interest is the thing that drives the free market economy.
Charge economies have solid government control. So in the event that you needed to begin your own business, you would need to get authorization from the legislature. In a charge economy, the administration claims the vast majority of the commercial ventures and organizations. One kind of summon economy is socialism. Genuine socialism is a sort of monetary framework that doesn’t permit responsibility for property. The greater part of the order economies that existed on the planet had solid focal governments. These legislatures directed what amounts were made and what was made by industry. In the summon economy, the administration settles on the choices in the matter of what products to supply to the individuals.