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## Microeconomics Chapter 2 - Week 3 Notes

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# Microeconomics Chapter 2 - Week 3 Notes ECON 2010

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Principles of Microeconomics
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Bill Kern
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Microeconomics Lecture Notes Chapter 2 Week 3 Key idea: the supply and demand for a good determine its price and quantity Supply and Demand  Determinant of Demand: price Demand Demand Schedule: Price/Unit Quantity Demanded 5 2 4 4 3 7 2 11 1 16 Demand is a schedule or curve that shows the various amounts of a good or service that buyers are willing and able to purchase at various possible prices during a specific time period Demand Curve  The Law of Demand: the price and quantity demanded of a good are inversely related (ceteris paribus – everything remains constant) o Price goes down; Quantity goes up o Price goes up; Quantity goes down  Substitution: replacing other goods – it is rising relative to other goods Gifffen good: one in which the law of demand doesn’t hold o Has never happened Market Demand: the sum of the individual demands for the good at each price Joe + Nancy = Market P Qd P Qd P Qd 5 1 5 4 5 5 4 2 4 6 4 8 3 3 3 8 3 11 2 4 2 10 2 14 1 5 1 12 1 17 Non-Price Determinants of Demand: o Tastes o Number of buyers o Income o Prices of related goods o Expected goods Changes in Demand: Shifts in the Demand Curve Change in Quantity Demanded: caused by a change in price Supply Supply Schedule P/Unit Qs/Time (quantity supply) 5 12 4 10 3 7 2 4 1 1 Supply is a schedule or curve that shows the various amounts of a good or service that producers will make available for sale at various possible pries during a specific time period Supply Curve The Law of Supply: the price and quantity supplied of a good are positively related o Ceteris Paribus o Price goes up; Quantity goes up o Price goes down; Quantity goes down Market Supply: the sum of individual firm’s quantity supplied at each price Other Detriments of Supply:  Resource prices  Technology  Taxes or subsidies  Prices of goods  Number of sellers  Expected future price Changes in Supply: shifts in the supply curve Changes in Quantity Supplied  Supply and Demand Together: Market Equilibrium P Qd Qs Surplus or Shortage 5 2 12 +10 surplus 4 4 10 +6 3 7 7 Qd = Qs (equilibrium price in quantity) 2 11 4 -7 1 16 1 -15 shortage Surplus: when supply is greater than demand Shortage: when demand is greater than supply Surpluses arise when prices are too high Shortages occur when prices are too low * If the price is at \$4, we would have a surplus

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