What are 5 basic principles found in a free enterprise system?
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One of the main principles of a free enterprise system is that thegovernment has little or no participation in the market economy.The right to private property is another sign…ificant principle.
open opportunity, private property, contracts, voluntary exchange, profit motive, legal equality, and competition
The free enterprise system in the United States developed soonafter the country gained its independence. This is a system thatallows people or entities to establish their own …company, taking acompetitive stance with other businesses, and operate it for theirown profit.
A free enterprise system is when individuals and businesses arefree to make their own economic choices; when more than one companycan sell the same product/service and still s…urvive in the market.This gives the consumer choice and option. They can shop around forthe best price on an item/service they want.
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Do similar systems of free enterprise founded upon the principles of individualist democracy have within them the seeds of their own destruction?
Everything capable of what we term 'free will' has within itself the seeds of its own destruction. Nobody can say 'ALL systems of free enterprise founded upon the principle…s of individualist democracy have within them the seeds of their own destruction." or the opposite. For example we can know to almost 100% certainty whether a machine will self destruct, because it is predictable and we can observe it and determine the rules it operates by. A human system on the other hand is the exact opposite - unpredictable, lots of random elements. We can make rules for it to operate by but we cannot enforce them constantly (unlike a machine). Also, the system will obey its own unwritten rules. So basically a human system is like a machine that is incredibly versatile and useful, but could at any minute explode. Explosion is unlikely, but foreseeable problems would be analogous to this machine having several vital parts made from weak materials and in inaccessible places.
They did not want the government to become too powerful.
1) must be realistic 2) must based on the needs of the community 3) must be flexible 4) must start with simple projects.
}Freedom of choice. }Private property rights. }Profit motives of owner. }Owner control.
1 entrepreneurship 2.easy entry/exit 3.profit motive 4.capital/enterprise factors for production. 5.laissez-faire . 6 customer oriented
Five basic principles found in a free interprise system are; legal equqlity, private property rights, free contract, voluntary exchange and competition.
The free enterprise system is built on the idea that individual people have the right to run businesses to make a profit with limited government interference and regulation. …The above is only partly true. The essence of the free enterprise system is a competitive market which anyone can enter. Government interference and regulation can protect free enterprise, e.g. American "anti-trust" legislation which was designed to prevent the market from being monopolized by giant corporations who keep on merging to prevent any attempts at competition. In the US, a lack of control on such giant corporations and a failure to tax them, has enabled them to monopolize many markets and prevent individual people from running their own businesses profitably, thus seriously damaging the free market system.
In Marketing Advertising and Sales
producers motivated by profit.
In Investing and Financial Markets
having more than one business competing for the same consumers will cause the products and/or services to be provided at a better quality and a lower cost than if there were n…o competitors.
The founding fathers were in rebellion against an oppressive monarchy, and therefore they wanted to have a system in which they would be as free as possible, both politically …and economically. The free market suits that objective.
In US Government
Private property rights.
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