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The vertical intercept of the demand curve is Demand becomes more inelastic consumers have little time to shop around for a shovel since they will need it for the snowstorm predicted for the following day. The equation of the demand curve is: If an increase in border patrols decreases the supply of illicit drugs.
A decrease in the price of illicit drugs An increase in the quantity of illicit drugs A decrease in drug related crime An increase in the total amount spent on drugs All of the above 3. If the price of new cars falls. Which of the following is correct? Refer to the graph below. They are normal goods. They are complements. Which of the following is not a determinant of price elasticity of demand?
They are inferior goods. They are substitutes. A Burger King hamburger A can of generic brand peaches Prescription medication Food in the campus dining hall A particular section of an economic class at a large university 5. Which of the following is true if income elasticity of demand is positive for goods X and Y?
If flashlights and batteries are complements. Their demands are elastic. Which of the following goods will have the most inelastic demand? Income elasticity of demand is negative. Price elasticity of demand is 0. Substitute possibilities Budget share Time All of the above are determinants of price elasticity of demand. None of the above are determinants of price elasticity of demand.
David downloads less bologna when he gets a raise. This means that his income elasticity of demand is perfectly elastic. The demand schedule for your t-shirts is shown below. Which of the following would cause supply to be more inelastic? Which of the following is true for a vertical supply curve? Cross-price elasticity of demand is positive. Derive the algebraic expression for the demand schedule shown in the table.
Income elasticity of demand is positive. Cross-price elasticity of demand is negative. Price elasticity of supply is perfectly elastic Quantity supplied is very responsive to price changes Price elasticity of supply is inelastic Price elasticity of supply is infinite Quantity supplied is negatively related to price In what range of elasticity does your result fall?
What does this say about ice cream consumption? Calculate the temperature elasticity of demand for ice cream using the information provided. In the summer. Total revenue will fall if price is increased because price elasticity of demand is greater than 1 elastic. It is relatively elastic. Ice cream consumption is very responsive to changes in temperature. The chapter presents the demand curve as derived from marginal benefits. Chapter 5 Demand: The Benefit Side of the Market Overview Chapter 5 presents the material in a way that illustrates the core principle of the textbook.
It presents the Rational Spending Rule and explains how changes in the price of substitutes and income affect demand. This chapter develops the idea of utility maximization and the model of consumer choice behind the demand curve. Chapter 6 presents the supply curve as derived from marginal costs.
The Rational Spending Rule 1. The price of a good includes monetary and non-monetary costs B. Economic Naturalist 5. Jeremy Bentham and the "utilometer" 2. Marginal utility 1. Needs versus wants 1. Utility and utility maximization 1. Changes in the price of substitute goods Economic Naturalist Examples F. In-Class Activities Expernomics. Changes in income E. Law of demand restated: Substitution 1. Why do most people not keep their old car when they download a new one? To say that someone needs a good is to suggest that he cannot choose to do without the good or download a substitute for it.
Why might college students with fixed price dorm meal plans eat less dorm food at the end of the semester than the beginning? Demand and Consumer Surplus 1. It increases it Did the coupon do what the issuer had planned? We are more likely to be mindful of the fact that almost all goods have substitutes if we speak of wants rather than needs.
Horizontal addition of individual demand curves 1. Income 1. He should spend more on cashews and less on peanuts. Since the two are not equal. Since diners tend to leave tips of about 15 percent of the prices of their meals. To do that. And since willingness to pay for service is also likely to be an increasing function of income. Even though we cannot actually measure utility directly.
But this information does not enable us to say whether her current combination of the two goods is optimal. But on repeated exposure. She should spend more on orange juice and less on coffee. Since the marginal cost of an additional morsel of food is zero.
Because willingness to pay for food quality is likely to be an increasing function of income. A scarce good must be rationed in one way or another. If its monetary price is zero. The income effect of the price increase is what leads to the reduction in the number of restaurant meals she eats. Even at twice the original price. The higher price of train tickets makes Ann poorer. The affordable combinations and their corresponding utilities are as listed in the table.
Assume that you derive utility from the consumption of two goods. The utility you receive from each good at various levels of consumption is shown in the table below. CDs and hamburgers. Total consumer surplus is the sum of the three shaded areas: The market demand curve right panel is the horizontal summation of the two individual demand curves left and center panels.
You like the 8th and 9th CDs equally well they yield the same total utility. What does the information in the table tell you about the 8th and 9th CDs? What does the information in the table tell you about the 10th hamburger? The quantity you demand. You have less utility after consuming the 10th hamburger than you did before the 10th hamburger decreased your happiness.
Your consumer surplus. Key a. The MU from consuming hamburgers and CDs is shown below. CDs and hamburgers can only be downloadd in integer amounts. The income effect b.
Which of the following describes the law of diminishing marginal utility? As prices fall.
The more you consume. Diminishing marginal utility d. Marginal utility increases. Which of the following happens as a result of an increase in income? Demand is stimulated.
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Income is higher in England. Prices fall. An increase in income increases your happiness. The gasoline tax in England is relatively low. The substitution effect c. As you consume more. Consumer surplus e. The price of gasoline is higher in the United States. You enjoy the first units you consume more than later units. Income is higher in the United States. Total utility decreases. The price of gasoline is higher in England. The fact that a price change makes consumers either poorer or richer in real terms describes which of the following?
Which of the following explains why automobile engines are smaller in England than in the United States?
The consumer surplus for a good downloadd at the equilibrium price equals a. The difference between your reservation price and the actual price paid for a good is your a. When the price of a good goes up. The law of demand 8. Your current marginal utility from consuming soda is utils per ounce and your current marginal utility from consuming milk is utils per ounce. The price elasticity of demand for houses is different. What would happen to your total utility from milk and soda if you increased your consumption of milk and decreased your consumption of soda?
The substitution effect. There are no small houses in Seattle. Why do the wealthy in Manhattan live in smaller houses than the wealthy in Seattle? The income effect. New Yorkers have a higher consumer surplus. The chapter presentation of supply begins with an example of an individual's decision to supply recycled bottles.
Chapter 5 presents the demand curve as derived from marginal benefit and Chapter 6 presents the supply curve as derived from marginal costs. The determinants of supply are revisited in the chapter and price elasticity of supply is presented e.
Individuals' supply decisions are based on opportunity costs. They will supply in a market when doing so at least equals the benefit of pursuing the next best alternative. The chapter presents the material in a way that illustrates the second core principle of the textbook. The chapter illustrates concepts using recycling as an example.
This example provides the intuition for the development of firm and market supply that follows. Chapter 6 Perfectly Competitive Supply: In addition. Examples of recycling production decisions B. Individual and market supply curves 1. Thinking About Supply A. Increasing Opportunity Cost Principle b. Change in the price of other products that sellers might produce V.
Perfectly competitive markets 1. Low-Hanging-Fruit Principle for individuals c. Law of Diminishing Returns E.
MB decreases while MC increases 3. Producer surplus A. Economic Naturalist 6. Demand curve facing a perfectly competitive firm D. Expectations E.
Technology B. Profit maximization 1. Number of suppliers D.
The Law of Supply 1. Profit maximizing output selection 1. Supply curve is essentially MC curve IV. Determinants of Supply Revisited A. Input prices C. Short-run production 1. At low prices. Why do some people stop to pick up a penny on the ground. The principle of increasing opportunity cost.
Economic Naturalist Discussion Questions 1. Why will more people stop to pick up a quarter than a penny? The vertical interpretation of the supply curve tells us marginal cost at every level of output.
So the factory is far more likely to be a fixed factor over the next two months. To build. To calculate producer surplus. Not enough seeds for the plants needed to feed 6 billion people would fit in a single flower pot.
By contrast. As prices rise. Will you ever clean up your room to the point where there is no possible cleaning left to do? When do you decide to stop cleaning your room? The Law of Diminishing Returns -.
Using this reasoning. So the company should produce 6 air conditioners per day. Zoe should spend one hour searching. If the price of fossils is 6. Zoe should devote all her time to photography because when the price is. As we see in the last column of the table below. At that level it earns exactly 0 profit. Same quantity as in part a.
But the company would still maximize its profit by producing 20 bats per day. A tax that is independent of output does not change marginal cost. As indicated by the entries in the last column of the table below. Producer surplus is the area of the shaded triangle. Pay careful attention to the region for which the supply curves don't overlap here.
Expressed algebraically. Rewriting this. If you want to derive the market supply curve algebraically. This firm will sell slices per day. The market supply curve right is the horizontal summation of the supply curves of the individual market participants left and center. This producer will sell slices per day. Fixed cost is the difference between total cost and total variable cost. Because price is less than the minimum value of AVC. He will thus experience a loss equal to his fixed cost.
You must decide how much time each day to spend on each activity up to 8 hours total. Cooking 7. Draw the supply curve for cooking in your household. You and your roommates Lynese and Cedric must provide cooking and cleaning for your household. If each person has 15 hours per week to devote to household cooking and cleaning. The following table shows how many hours it takes each person to produce one unit of cooking or one unit of cleaning.
The additional fruit sold for each hour is Which of the following best explains why wages in service industries have increased along with wages in manufacturing industries. A firm's profit is equal to which of the following? Because a. Which of the following is not a characteristic of a perfectly competitive firm? When the quantity of an input can be altered in the short-run. Which of the following can a firm vary in the long-run? A firm will shut down when a. An increase in supply could be caused by which of the following?
A perfectly competitive firm will maximize profit when a. The table below shows how many hours it takes each of you to solve each type of problem. Assume you and your friend Keiko each work for your own businesses solving economics and math problems. The difference between the price a seller receives and her marginal cost is known as a. You spend 3 hours making t-shirts and 5 hours tutoring for a total of 8 hours.
A firm is willing to pay for economics problems. If each of you works 8 hours per day. Time to solve 1 economics problem You Keiko 1 hour 4 hours Time to solve 1 math problem 2 hours 1 hour a. Graph the supply curve for economics problems. What is the price of an economics problem in terms of math problems for you and Keiko? For Keiko.
For you. The focus of the chapter is on economic surplus and achieving Pareto efficiency. Core Principles Efficiency Principle. The chapter looks at when markets do or do not lead to efficiency.
The chapter also discusses why intervention in the market can lead to undesired or unintended consequences. Chapter 7 Efficiency and Exchange Overview Chapter 7 develops the concept of efficiency and explores why many tasks are best left up to the market.
It presents the concept of economic surplus in detail and looks at how unregulated markets can generate the largest possible economic surplus. Who pays a tax imposed on sellers? Economic Naturalist 7. Price Ceilings 1.
MC pricing and water example V. First-Come--First-Served policies 1.
First-Served policies 3. Taxes and Efficiency A. Costs of Preventing Price Adjustments A. Market Equilibrium and Efficiency A. Price Subsidies 1. Alternative goals 1.
Pareto efficiency 2. Efficiency 1. The free enterprise system II. Why can the policy of letting seniors register for classes before other students be more efficient than a first-come. How can changes in the salaries of public school teachers help to alleviate teacher shortages? The maximum weekly amount that consumers and producers together would be willing to pay to trade in used DVDs is the sum of gains from trading in used DVDs—namely.
How taxes on sellers affect economic surplus 1. Price elasticity of demand and deadweight loss triangles B. Price elasticity of supply and deadweight loss triangles C. The base is 6 units and the height is 1. Its area is equal to 0. Consumer surplus is the triangular area between the demand curve and the price line. Producer surplus is the triangular area between the supply curve and the price line.
How could a market for class seats be used to alleviate shortages of seats in popular classes? Taxes to decrease activities people pursue in excess 1. Using the base-height formula. The weekly economic surplus lost as a result of the price ceiling is the area of the dark-shaded triangle in the diagram. The quantity demanded at this price is 18 per week.
When there is no charge for the tour. If the warden operates the tour on a first-come-first served basis. The compensation policy is more efficient than the first-come-first-served policy because it establishes a market for a scarce resource that would otherwise be allocated by non-market means. Using the information given in the graph. He can then give refunds to Herman and Kate. Jack and Jon. The producer surplus generated is the area of triangle ABD. All others are exactly as well off as before.
Counting the revenue from the tax as part of total economic surplus.
That is not the same as profit. The marginal cost curve for electric power in Charlotte would look like this: So producer surplus is the difference between total revenue and the sum of all marginal costs incurred. Its reservation price is. That dollar amount is the sum of the respective marginal costs of producing each unit. Water must be drawn from the lake to meet demand in the summer months DS in the diagram. It should charge 10 cents per unit to all users. As shown by the demand curve in the following diagram.
The winter demand DW in the diagram can be served entirely by the underground spring. Since policy A has to reimburse the cost of 6 visits. Islandians will consume 5 million gallons of oil per year.
This difference is the area of the shaded triangle in the diagram. Since that is less than his extra expense under policy A. The lost surplus from consuming the larger amount of oil is the cumulative difference between the cost of the oil and the most they would have been willing to pay for it. The demand curve is as shown in the diagram.
The true marginal cost of oil for the nation is the international price. The value to Phil of the three extra visits he would take under policy A is given by the area of triangle BFE. The difference is the area BCED. Use the information given to a. Using the market information provided in question 1 above.
Without the subsidy. Assume the market for fruit from a local fruit stand has the supply and demand curves given below.
With the subsidy. Assume the supply and demand curves for cars given below. The loss in economic surplus is the shaded area on the graph. See the graph below. I give one cookie to each student. A situation is efficient if a. The price is below the equilibrium price. No transaction can be made that will benefit both a downloader and seller. The quantity exchanged is above equilibrium quantity. The price is above the equilibrium price. A price ceiling a. I give all 30 cookies to one student.
Which of the following situations is Pareto efficient? I divide all of the cookies equally among the female students. If a market is not in equilibrium. Assume I bring 30 cookies into a class with 30 students. The quantity exchanged is below equilibrium quantity. Total economic surplus is a. I let the best 15 students have 2 cookies each. Price subsidies will a. Use the supply and demand functions below to find each of the following. If the government places a tax on sellers in a market.
Which policy is most efficient when dealing with overbooked airline flights? A policy that reduces total economic surplus a. A price subsidy a. Use a graph to show the effect of a price ceiling on total economic surplus. Since the supply curve is horizontal the price elasticity of supply is infinite. Be sure to identify consumer and producer surplus before and after the price ceiling using your graph. Consumer surplus decreases by How does deadweight loss from the tax compare to the loss in consumer surplus in this particular situation?
The deadweight loss triangle. It discusses price. It presents the concepts of profit. Chapter 8 The Quest for Profit and the Invisible Hand Overview This chapter looks in depth at the forces that guide the invisible hand. The chapter covers the definition of profit. It covers implicit and explicit costs and the two functions of price. Economic Naturalist 8. Three Types of Profit 1. Differences between the three types of profit C. Discuss the diffusion of cost saving innovations Discuss the role of the invisible hand in regulated markets Define and calculate the price of a company's stock Define and calculate the time value of money Define and calculate present value Define and explain the efficient markets hypothesis Discuss the limitations of the "No-Cash-On-The-Table" Principle Explain how the invisible hand may encourage "Smart for One.
Importance of the distinction between the three types of profit D. Bernanke has given several lectures at the London School of Economics on monetary theory and policy.
He has written two textbooks: an intermediate-level macroeconomics textbook coauthored with Andrew Abel and also Dean Croushore in later editions and an introductory textbook, covering both microeconomics and macroeconomics, coauthored with Robert H. Before Bernanke's work, the dominant monetarist theory of the Great Depression was Milton Friedman's view that it had been largely caused by the Federal Reserve 's having reduced the money supply and has on several occasions argued that one of the biggest mistakes made during the period was to raise interest rates too early.
We did it. We're very sorry. But thanks to you, we won't do it again. When faced with a mild downturn, banks are likely to significantly cut back lending and other risky ventures. This further hurts the economy, creating a vicious cycle and potentially turning a mild recession into a major depression. Control of the money supply implies that the government can always avoid deflation by simply issuing more money.
He said "The U. Bernanke's critics have since referred to him as "Helicopter Ben" or to his "helicopter printing press. Alternative reasons include relatively low worldwide investment coupled with low U. That means the Federal Reserve System has to get ahead of the curve and recognize—as the market already has—that levels of the Federal Funds rate that were neutral when the financial system was working normally are quite contractionary today.
Bernanke's forecasts have been too sunny over the last six months. Back then, he resisted calls for further interest rate increases because he thought the economy might be weakening. He expressed his hope that economic growth was building momentum and stated that he was confident that the central bank would be able to withdraw its support smoothly. He suggested that lenders "may have gone a little bit too far on mortgage credit conditions". Griffin, as a senior adviser.
I view myself now as a moderate independent, and I think that's where I'll stay. During a speech delivered on April 7, , he warned that the U. Our interactive player makes it easy to find solutions to Principles of Economics problems you're working on - just go to the chapter for your book.
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The supply curve would shift: a. Supply curve is essentially MC curve IV. Students should be able to get the first level of learning through their own reading. Scarcity Principle 1. Westland should produce rice their opportunity cost is. Fixed cost is the difference between total cost and total variable cost. Socially optimal output 1.
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