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''Economics.''
 
''Economics.''
  
A free market is an economy where resources are allocated by the market by means of the market mechanism.
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A free market is an economy - or part of an economy - where resources are allocated by the market by means of the market mechanism.
  
 
Relatively free markets are an essential element of capitalism.
 
Relatively free markets are an essential element of capitalism.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==
 
* [[Capitalism]]
 
* [[Capitalism]]
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* [[Competition]]
 
* [[Four freedoms]]
 
* [[Four freedoms]]
 
* [[Fully planned economy]]
 
* [[Fully planned economy]]
 
* [[Market mechanism]]
 
* [[Market mechanism]]
 
* [[Mixed economy]]
 
* [[Mixed economy]]
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* [[Regulation]]
 
* [[Thatcherism]]
 
* [[Thatcherism]]
  
 
[[Category:Corporate_finance]]
 
[[Category:Corporate_finance]]
 
[[Category:Long_term_funding]]
 
[[Category:Long_term_funding]]

Latest revision as of 09:44, 28 November 2019

Economics.

A free market is an economy - or part of an economy - where resources are allocated by the market by means of the market mechanism.

Relatively free markets are an essential element of capitalism.


See also