This video teaches the concept of Profit. Profit is income received for entrepreneurial skills or risk taking and is calculated by subtracting a firm's costs of producing a good or service from the revenues received from selling the good or service.

Key Concepts

Competition, Market Structure, Producers, Entrepreneur, Profit, Equilibrium Quantity

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