Historically, no nation has ever had a completely authentic free-market economy. In this sense, it is purely a theoretical concept. However, given contemporary usage by economists and other specialists, such as those at ... More »

Countries whose economies attract minimal involvement of the government have a market economy. According to a 2013 Index of Economic Freedom, the United States, Canada, Denmark, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and Mauritiu... More »

An example of the way a market economy works is how new technology is priced very high when it is first available for purchase, but the price goes down when more of that technology becomes available. This kind of price f... More »

According to the Houston Chronicle, advantages of a free market economy include freedom of innovation and the ability of customers to drive choices in addition to disadvantages such as the danger of the profit margin and... More »

A government budget deficit can affect the economy in many ways, most notably it may force the government to print more money to finance the deficit, decreasing the value of the nation's currency. However, running defici... More »

The study of macroeconomics helps create an overall idea of the state of a nation's economy. As the world is shifting toward a global economy, this could be very beneficial in devising ways for stabilizing troubled econo... More »

Banks play an important part in a nation's economy by providing a safe foundation for individuals and businesses to invest or deposit their money, which allows the bank to use the money in its possession for loans. The a... More »