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Exam 2 Study Guide

by: Cheyenne Hunt

Exam 2 Study Guide Econ 2020

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Principles of Economics: Microeconomics
William M. Finck
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Date Created: 02/20/16
Exam 2 Study Guide Terms  PPF- production possibilities frontier; shows the various production possibilities of two commodities when resources are fixed  Law of Increasing Opportunity Costs- as production (quantity) increases, the opportunity cost increases  Economic growth- outward shift of PPF;  Terms of trade- agreement of how much of good x will be traded for an amount of good y  Tariff- a tax on an import or export  Import quota- a limit on the quantity of a good that can be imported  Elasticity- a measure of how much consumers respond to a change in price  Price elasticity of demand- a measure of change in Qd based on change in price  Elastic- Ed is greater than 1; change is Qd is greater than change in price  Perfectly elastic- Ed equals infinity; consumers respond infinitely to a change in price  Unit elasticity- Ed equals 1; change in Qd equals change in price  Inelastic- Ed is less than 1; change in Qd is less than change in price  Perfectly inelastic- Ed is 0; a huge change in price causes no change in Qd Concepts Constant vs. increasing opp. Cost o Constant= straight-line PPF o Increasing= bowed PPF Causes of economic growth o More resources (capital and labor) o Technological progress Absolute/comparative advantage o Absolute- can produce more of good x in a certain amount of time o Comparative- can produce good x at a lower opportunity cost Specialization and trade o Specialization- economy produces good that it has the lower opportunity cost for o Trade- export what economy does not need, and import what it does Tariff vs. quota o Tariff- tax on export/import o Quota- limit on export/import Elastic vs. inelastic o Elastic- a change in Qd when a change in P occurs o Inelastic- little to no change in Qd when a change in P occurs Elasticity and total revenue o Elastic- price and TR move opposite o Inelastic- price and TR move together Determinants of price elasticity of D o Number of substitutes- move together o Time to make purchase- move together o Proportion of income- move together o Necessity- move opposite Elasticity along a curve o Elastic until midpoint o Inelastic from midpoint to end of curve Price elasticity of supply o Percent change in Qs/ percent change in P Income elasticity of demand o Percent change in Qd/ percent change in income o If positive, the good is normal o If negative, the good is inferior Cross elasticity of demand o Percent change in Qd of good x/ percent change in P of good y o If positive, the good are substitutes o If negative, the goods are compliments Formulas  Opp cost= quantity of good y/quantity of good x  Exports= production-consumption  Imports= consumption-production  Ed= %∆Qd/ %∆P  %∆Qd= ∆Qd/ original Qd  %∆P= ∆P/ original P  Total revenue= P X Q Graphs


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