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# Econ notes week 5 Econ 110

Sydney Clark
BYU
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Profits and elasticity
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Econ Principles and Problems (ECON 110)
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Kearl
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Economics
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Date Created: 09/30/16
Econ notes week 5 *IMPORTANT*   The lower the price, the higher the consumption  2 relative Prices : o 1.) Price of hard stuff o 2.) Price of beer o Relative prices can sometimes be subtle  o Buy the higher grade because of preference  Determinants of behavior o 1.) Relative Price, Own price o 2.) Price of other goods o 3.) income o 4.) transaction Cost o 5.) expectations o 6.) taste/ preferences  Not a predictor of behavior (wishy­washy)  o Direction P     Q       o Size magnitude of change in Q(∆Q) o Elasticity of demand  (own price elasticity)  Develop a measure to distinguish  E= %∆ Q / %∆P  E>1=elastic  E<1= non­elastic/inelastic  E=1 = unitary elastic  1.) %∆Q, %∆P  2.)  o “Arc estimate” o  3.)  o (P, Q) not equal to slope  “point slope estimate”  4.) Total revenue (total expendatures)A  *QA o TE o IF when P      TE   E<1 o IF when P      TE      E>1  5.) Substitution  o Demand is a picture of substitution o Elasticity is a quantitative measure of substitution  Elasticity=  o 1.)Own, P∆ o 2.) x price elasticity  +substitute  ­complement o 3.) income elasticity of demand  +normal goods  ­inferior good  1  law of demand o P    QTS  D  nd  *VICE VERSA*  2  Law of demand o Own E    with time  Suppliers: People who have goods and want money o Supply isn’t fixed  Case1) Goods have to be procedures  Case2) No production, but broad inventory o Ex: stock market  Assume o 1.) Firms are profit maximizers  Choose level of production so MB=MC  MR=MC  Benefit of firm: Revenue  o 2.) Perfect competition  Firms are price takers NOT price makers  o 3.)Short run:  Period of time of AT LEAST one of the inputs a firm uses is “fixed”  Output  K, L  diminish and return o K=fixed capital o L= labor  The only way you can change the “fixed” is by putting more  variable in  Marginal Revenue o o TR=P*times q o o o o “fixed” =diminish and return o As Q  MC  Aa profit maximizing output are they actually making \$? o Profits (π)P = TR­TC divides all by Q o At P* is π>0??? Look at AC NOT MC  Cost  Total cost  Profit o Profit per unit of output =  P­ATC (Average total costs)  π >0 IF p*>ATC  π=0 IF p* =ATC  π<0 IF p* < ATC

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