Essays in Education


This article, as part of a series, expounds on only the consumer portion of the Consumer-Producer Choice Impact model. The Consumer-Producer Choice Impact model was earlier published in Essays in Education, with the title, “The Mechanics of Microeconomic Choice: A school Option Perspective.” While the primary focus of that article was geared towards the Consumer-Producer Choice Impact model as a whole, and in a microeconomic sense, a conceptual review on a portion of that model, consumer section, is bound to expound on the general view of who the consumer really is.

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