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Economic Definition of pure market economy. Defined.

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Term pure market economy Definition: An economy in which markets answer all allocation decisions and answers all three questions of allocation. There is no government. Markets do it all. This is a theoretical ideal or extreme that does not exist in the real world. As a theoretical ideal, though, it does provide a benchmark that can be used for comparison with real world economic systems.


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