This video teaches the concept of Entrepreneurs. Entrepreneurs are willing to risk their own resources in order to sell them for financial gain or profits. They are successful when they provide consumers with goods and services that consumers highly value.

Key Concepts

Entrepreneurship, Producers, Entrepreneur, Human Capital, Profit, Risk

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