Role of government in a market based economy, Microeconomics

1) What are the most important challenges that economists try to address?

(2) What is the role of government in a market based economy? 

(3) Who are the main economic players and which are the most important factors of production in California?

(4) How can we expand the production possibilities curves? (give some examples at macro- and micro-economic levels)

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