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Econ 1200 Week of 1/18/2016 Notes

by: Kaitlin Myers

Econ 1200 Week of 1/18/2016 Notes 1200

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Date Created: 01/10/16
Econ 1200 Notes 1/20/2016 Kaitlin Myers Law of Demand: The need for a product. A market’s willingness to buy a product.  Always a downward slope.  Has an inverse relationship with price and quantity. (If the price rises, the quantity will lower or vice-versa.) Competitive Market: An arrangement that brings buyers and sellers together Quantity Demanded: All variables are constant besides the price. To change the demand curve: 1. Prices of related goods. (or substitutes)  If another similar products price goes up, the demand for your product will go up. 2. Expected Prices  If consumers think the price will rise, they will purchase more of that product. 3. Income  If income rises, those people won’t buy the cheaper goods anymore. They will purchase the more expensive goods. 4. Expected future income and credit 5. Number of buyers  An increase/decrease in population or an aging population 6. Preferences  Consumer’s might change their mind on what products they like. 1,3,5, and 6 you need to know for the test. Prices of Related goods: 1. Substitute: takes the place of a product. (Redbull & Monster) 2. Complement: Is sold along side with the product. (Icecream and fudge) Income: 1. Normal Good *If income rises, demand for normal good will go up/ vice- versa for 2. Inferior Good inferior good


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