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# Ch. 9 Econ 2020

Brie Burnett
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Principles of Economics: Microeconomics
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Banerjee
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Date Created: 10/07/16
10/4/16 Chapter 9: Possibilities, Preferences, and Choices ­Indifference Curve (IC)  Curve that shows the combinations of goods among which a consumer is  indifferent (i.e. all of the consumption choices generate the same level of utility)  Combinations of goods that generate the same level of utility   Curves are always parallel to each other, cannot overlap   Intersections of two indifference curves cannot be true   All points on the same curve are indifferent to one another, have same utility  IC gets flatter as you go down the curve, consume more & more along x axis  Curve has a negative slope  Slope gets flatter as x increases  Change in y/ change in x = how much can good y change when good x changes  Marginal Rate of Substitution (MRS)= amount of good y that I am willing to give  up to get one more unit of good x   Better indifference curves are to the northeast   Max utility given budget=reach highest IC I can afford   MRS=MUx/MUy=Px/Py ­Change in Price  Normal goods: dec. purchasing power means we buy less  Inferior goods: dec. purchasing power means we buy more  ­Two Effects of Price Change   Substitution Effect o Change in Qd as a result of change in relative price (change in slope of  budget line) o New slope of budget line tangent to original IC o AB  Income Effect:  o Change in Qd as a result of change in purchasing power (moving to a new  IC) o BC  Income effect > sub. Effect  giffen good

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