Economics and Africa SS7E1a,b,c SS7E2a,b,c SS7E3a,b,c,d MAD 2011 SS7E1a: Compare how traditional, command, and market economies answer the economic questions of : (1) what to produce (2) how to produce (3) for whom to produce Concept: Production Distribution Consumption Agenda: Economic Systems in South Africa and Nigeria Warm-Up: What are the 4 main types of economic systems? ECONOMIC SYSTEMS TRADITIONAL
ECONOMIC SYSTEMS MARKET COMMAND What is a Traditional Economy? A pure traditional economy answers the basic economic questions according to tradition. Things are done as they were in the past, based on ______, ______, and ______ (like religious beliefs). Resources are _________ and there is a
strong social system. It is based on _______ methods and tools. It is strongly connected to subsistence farming. Usually __________ countries. What is a Market economy? ________ and _____ governments play a minor role. __________ is a pure market economy. ________ and what they buy drives the economy. The market is freely chosen between ______ and _____ of goods and services. The market plays a major role in deciding the right path for a countrys economic development. What is a Command economy? The government controls the _______ and makes all decisions. This could be one person, a small group, or central planners who
decide what resources to use at each step of production and the distribution of goods and services. The ________ decides the role everyone will play. It guides the people into certain jobs. What is a Mixed economy? Many _______ doubt that pure economic systems ever existed. A mixed economy contains elements of the_____,_______, and ________ economies. In some countries there is some private ownership of businesses, such as in China. What is a Continuum? A continuum is the range between two things, usually opposites of extremes. On an economic continuum the range is from a pure _____ economy on one far
end to a pure _______ economy on the other end. Almost all countries have a _____ economy that falls somewhere in the middle or closer to one end than the other. ECONOMIC CONTINUUM MIXED ECONOMY PURE MARKET ECONOMY Individuals and private businesses DECIDE what is produced, how it is produced, and who they will sell to Individuals and private businesses AND governments DECIDE what is
produced, how it is produced, and who they will sell to PURE COMMAND ECONOMY The Government DECIDES what is produced, how it is produced, and who they will sell to ECONOMIC CONTINUUM Where do the economies of South Africa and Nigeria fall on an economic continuum? ? PURE MARKET ECONOMY ? MIXED ECONOMY
PURE COMMAND ECONOMY ECONOMIC CONTINUUM Where do the economies of South Africa and Nigeria fall on an economic continuum? South Africa PURE MARKET ECONOMY Nigeria MIXED ECONOMY PURE COMMAND ECONOMY South African Economy
Area of Comparison South Africa Type of economy A technologically advanced market economy with some government control. One of the ________ economy in the region. Goods produced Mining (platinum, diamonds, and gold), automobile assembly, machinery, textiles, iron and steel, chemicals, fertilizer Leading exports Gold, diamonds, platinum, other minerals, machinery and equipment GDP per capita
$_______ Labor Force Agriculture 9%, Industry 26%, Services 65% Unemployment rate ___% Nigerian Economy Area of Comparison Nigeria Type of economy Poorly organized economy after a long period of________ _________ and corruption. They are now trying to reorganize with more private enterprise allowed. They want to be able to take advantage of a strong world oil market.
Goods produced _____ and petrochemicals are the primary market goods. Nigeria once exported food and other agricultural products but now must import them. Leading exports Oil and petrochemical products GDP per capita $______ Labor Force Agriculture 17%, Industry 52%, Services 30% Unemployment rate _____% Economic Systems
SOUTH AFRICA NIGERIA MIXED with more of a MARKET ECONOMY Natural Resources Gold and Diamonds _________ CONTROLS BASIC SERVICES MODERN INFRASTRUCTURE MODERATE ENTREPRENEURSHIP ___________ STRUGGLES COMMERCIAL FARMING NATURAL RESOURCES MIXED with elements of ________ and
__________ ECONOMIES Oil and Natural Gas Resources GOVT CONTROLS OIL INDUSTRY AND OTHER SERVICES HIGH UNEMPLOYMENT PAST CONFLICTS SUBSISTENCE FARMING POOR INFRASTRUCTURE GOVT INSTABILITY (Civil War and
Corruption) _________ ENTREPRENEURSHIP Voluntary Trade and Specialization Voluntary Trade Specialization ______________ is a key to a
healthy market economy. VT goes on when both parties in the transaction see that they will be able to gain something for the exchange. Ideally, this happens without government restrictions or regulations. Voluntary trade encourages specialization and usually means production that is more _________ and more___________. Not every country can produce all of the goods and services it needs.
Because of this, countries specialize in producing those _______ and _______ they can produce most efficiently. In international trade, no country can be completely self-sufficient. _____________ in those products a country makes best and that are in demand on the world market creates a way to earn money to buy items that cannot be made Trade Barriers Trade barriers are anything that slows down or prevents one country from exchanging goods with another. Tariff: is a tax placed on goods when they are ________ to make them more expensive than a similar item made locally. Quota: sets a ________ limited amount or number of a particular product can be imported or acquired in
a given period which forces consumers to buy locally. Nigeria is a major producer of oil and a member of OPAC. OPAC places quotas on how much oil each member can produce for the world market to keep the prices at levels they want. Embargo: is when one country announces that it Exchanging Currencies In order for countries to ______ with each other, a system of exchanging currencies is necessary. Most countries have their own individual type of _______. Parts of Africa have already begun to use a currency that can be exchanged between nations. This currency is called the ___ franc. Human Capital and GDP Human capital means the _________ and _____ that make it possible for workers to
earn a living producing goods or services. The more skills and education workers have, the ______ jobs they have. They also tend to make fewer mistakes and can learn new advances in technology more quickly. GDP is the total value of all goods and services ________ by a country in a single year Human Capital and GDP South Africa Nigeria South Africa has invested heavily in human capital. They have a _______ _______ and one of the highest GDPs on the continent. Nigeria is an example of a country that should have a
strong economy because they have rich deposits of _____ and an educated population. The electronics industry in South Africa requires workers with skills and training. The mining industry relies on workers who can deal with technology that is more sophisticated. However, years of government corruption, ________, and military rule have left Nigeria poor. In spite of these positive factors, South Africa still has one of the _______ Even though it has good farmland, it must ______ food
to keep its people from Nearly 70% of the population have to live on less than one dollar a day. Capital Investments and GDP Capital goods are the factories, machines, and technology that people use to make _______ to sell. Technology can increase production and make that production more efficient. Producing more goods for sale in a quicker and more efficient way leads to economic _______ and greater profits which leads to a _______ GDP. Capital Investments and GDP South Africa
Nigeria South Africa is an example of a country that has _______ in capital goods. Nigeria has invested heavily in capital goods for its oil industry. The equipment needed to get gold, diamonds, and platinum from deep in the earth required both investment in machinery and in ________ training. New t________ is required in order to compete in the global oil market. The same is true for South Africas iron and steel
production and assembling automobiles and trucks. The concentration on capital goods for this segment of the economy, however, has left many Nigerians without proper food or housing. Uranium and Oil Uranium: Oil:
Uranium is an element that is an essential part of ______ weapons. For that reason, there has been a brisk undercover trade in uranium between countries. Uranium is also used as a fuel component in nuclear power plants and to determine the age of artifacts. It is even used in some photographic chemicals. Africa currently supplies about ___% of the worlds uranium.
Another of Africas natural resources is oil. Some researchers estimate that about ____% of newly discovered oil deposits in the world today are going to come from Africa. Most of the know reserves are in African countries along the _______________ coast. Oil reserves should guarantee a country economical prosperity. However, this has not been the case in SubSaharan Africa. Profits from oil sales often go into the pockets of _______ politicians and businessmen. Gold and Diamonds
The discovery of gold and diamonds in Africa has been a mixed blessing. In some areas, the wealth from _______________ has been used for the good of the country. The dominate diamond company in South Africa is DeBeers. They regulate trade and the country is enjoying the benefits. Despite this, there is still a great deal of ________ in South Africa. In other African countries, diamond wealth has led to chaos. Stolen or smuggled diamonds have been sold on the world market to provide money for weapons for soldiers in a number of different wars and conflicts. This trade is called ______________ and has been a major provider of the money needed for arms and ammunition. South Africa has lead the African nations in the mining and sale of gold. South Africa is believed to have ___% of the worlds gold. The South African government has been able Entrepreneurs in Africa Entrepreneurs are creative, original
_______ who are willing to take ______ to create new businesses and products. Many of the nations on the continent of Africa are ready for ___________, and many African governments want to do whatever they can to encourage _____ and __________ business people.
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