BUS 545 Week 1 - Caroline Herring Laura Anders Managerial...

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Caroline Herring Laura Anders Managerial Economics February 6, 2011 Week 1 Paper In today’s economy there are many factors than can cause a shift to the supply and demand curve. Among these factors, governmental policies and regulations may have a profound effect on the amount available for the supply or demand side of the curve. On Wednesday, the United States Senate voted down the repeal of the national healthcare bill. In an indirect fashion, the passage and the defeat of the veto will have a profound effect on the supply and demand of health services in the United States. Currently in the United States healthcare is a privilege for those who can afford it, not a right for every citizen. With the recent vote against vetoing the current national health care bill, every United States citizen will be provided with health insurance to help cover the costs of many medical treatments. By allowing everyone access to health care, the demand for preventative and minor care will sharply increase. Those who would
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This note was uploaded on 10/30/2011 for the course BUS 451 taught by Professor Bilbrey during the Spring '11 term at Anderson University SC.

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