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## Econ 201 Lecture 9 Notes

by: Samantha Shea

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# Econ 201 Lecture 9 Notes ECON 201

Samantha Shea
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These notes cover what was talked about in class on Monday, October 3rd.
COURSE
Micro Economics
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Professor Liedholm
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4
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Microeconomics, Lecture Notes
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Date Created: 10/03/16
Lecture  9 Monday,  October  3,  212:38  PM • Midterm  Exam-­‐ October  5th • Location  A-­‐O:  107  South  Kedzie            P-­‐Z:  101  Biochemistry • Review  Session  -­‐ October  3rd  105  S.  Kedzie • Exam  Tips:   ○ Review  1,2,4,5,  and  6 ○ Class  Notes/  Powerpoints ○ Practice § Review  Quizzes § Practice  Midterm § Problem  Set  #1 Problem  Set  #1 1. Understand  PPF:  opportunity  cost 2. Spartan  Lemon  Lime  and  Sprite  are  substitute  goods.  An  increase  in  the  price  of   Spartan  Lemon  Lime  will: Shift  the  demand  curve  of  Sprite  to  the  right 3. An  increase  in  supply:  shifts  supply  curve  to  right Price  is  lower Increase  in  quantity  demanded 4. 0.3  is  inelastic Price  decreases Total  revenue  decreases Last  Time • Taxation ○ Statutory  Burden ○ Economic  Burden • Elasticity  of  Supply • Descriptive  Profile  of  Firms Topic  for  this  Section • Business  Firm  -­‐ Chapter  13 1. Objective 2. Economic  vs.  Accounting  Profit 3. Production  Function • Circular  Flow • Business  Firm  -­‐ Chapter  13 1. Objective 2. Economic  vs.  Accounting  Profit 3. Production  Function • Circular  Flow • Firm ○ An  economic  institution  that  transforms  inputs  (resources)  into  goods  and   services ○ Inside  the  firm  operates  like  a  command  economy • Objective  of  a  firm ○ Profits? ○ Total  revenue  -­‐ total  costs  =  Profit ○ Maximum  profits § How? ○ Maximize  Greed? ○ Other  objectives • Wall  Street ○ Movie  starring  Michael  Douglas  as  a  corporate  raider ○ Attempting  to  take  over  Teldar  Paper  Company ○ A  corporation  with  owners  (stockholders)  and  managers  separated • Economic  Versus  Accounting  Profit ○ Other  objectives • Wall  Street ○ Movie  starring  Michael  Douglas  as  a  corporate  raider ○ Attempting  to  take  over  Teldar  Paper  Company ○ A  corporation  with  owners  (stockholders)  and  managers  separated • Economic  Versus  Accounting  Profit Due  to  differences  in  how  costs  are  treated ○ ○ Opportunity  cost-­‐whatever  must  be  given  up § Also,  explicit  costs+   implicit  costs □ Explicit  costs:  input  (resource)  costs  that  require  an  outlay  of   money □ Implicit  costs:  input  (resource)  costs  that  do  not  require  an   outlay  of  money ® "hidden  costs" ® Typically  for -­‐owned  resources • Measured  as  opportunity  cost ○ Labor § Best  alternative  employment ○ Financial  costs § Interest  payments • Lawn  Mowing  Company Accounting Economic Profit Profit Revenue \$200,000 \$200,000 Explicit  Costs -­‐\$170,000-­‐\$170,000 Implicit  Costs -­‐\$40,000 Profit \$30,000 -­‐\$10,000 • Attending    MSU/Year Tuition 15,000 Housing \$10,000 Other \$3,000 Private \$28,000 Public \$22,000 Total  Explicit \$50,000 Implicit \$30,000 Total  Opportunity  cost  \$80,000 • Production Production  function:  the  term  economists  use  to  describe  the  technology   Total  Explicit \$50,000 Implicit \$30,000 Total  Opportunity  cost  \$80,000 • Production ○ Production  function:  the  term  economists  use  to  describe  the  technology   of  production ○ Portrays  the  relationship  between  the  quantity  of  inputs  (resources)  and   the  output  of  a  good  or  service ○ Production  functions  apply  to  firms • Inputs:   Anything  used  in  the  production  process ○ ○ Two  general  types ○ Fixed-­‐ cannot  be  changed  during  the  production  period  (time) ○ Variable-­‐ can  be  changed  during  the  production  period  (time)

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