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Is trade off and opportunity cost the same?

Is trade off and opportunity cost the same?

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School: University of Oregon
Department: Economics
Course: Introduction to Economic Analysis: Microeconomics
Professor: Erica birk
Term: Fall 2016
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Cost: 50
Name: Econ Midterm
Description: Supply vs Demand Specialization Shifter Causes Elastic vs Inelastic Producer vs Consumer Surplus Floor vs Ceiling Price Dead Weight Loss
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Is trade off and opportunity cost the same?



Trade offs and opportunity Costs and - Opportunity Cost of a decision is the value of

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What causes a shift in demand?



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Specialization : Countries w/ good opportunity cost can benefit I from trading a particular good. wague Comparative Asdvantage : Means having a lower opportunity cost. Law of Demand. If all else is caistant and price goes use then quantity goes down. If Pt then QT Equilibriomi Where quantity demanded equals quantity supplieds Excess Supply: insentives in marking down the price. Pre Excess Demand: Msetives in bidding the price vp. pod


What are the shift factors of supply?



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abwo ubut Normal Good: When income inereases, demand increases Ex Demand Shifterson

Taste and Preferences - If ppl like it, demand 1 @ Income - Inferior Vs. Normal good & Price of substitutes & Compliments and We also discuss several other topics like What is the concept of yin and yang?

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Supply Shifters: ako to fra fabiauto o cost- If cost , Supply X, if cost vi supply putt is cu 2 e Nomber of Sellers - # of sellers 1; Supply 7. #of sellers upplyst

Expectation of future Price - if P1, supplyv. IR paksupplyí bailage Elasticity of Demand: Measures the quantity demanded

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PAP Aprice floor will affect market if its above market price. Bindding price floor causes surplus and dead weight losse Price ceilings. A Binding maximum price.

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Elastic Demand: Consumers will have a lower tax burden, Deadweight loss will be lliber higher and tax revenue will be lower,

Inelastic Supply producers will pay more of the tax, dead weignt loss will still be lower and tax revenue will be higher. Elastic Supply. Producers will pay rappelle less of the tax, dead weight loss will still be higher and tax revenue will be lower

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