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UniMelb's Introductory Microeconomics Assignment 2

Word limit: 1500 words. Well, 10% more is allowed. (Word limit does not include diagrams). In part B, you need to find your own economic article, as instructed in the assignment. Note: please bear in mind that I'm doing Bachelor, which is undergraduate level. But I don't see that listed in the options in Academic level, so I chose Masters. :)
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