Changes in market equilibrium, Microeconomics

Changes in Market Equilibrium

Equilibrium prices are known by the associate level of supply and demand.

Supply and demand are decided by particular values of supply & demand determining variables.

Alteration in any one or combination of these variables can result in a change in the equilibrium price and/or quantity.

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Raw material prices fall 

– S moves to S’

– Surplus @ P1 of Q1, Q2

– Equilibrium @ P3, Q3

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Raw material prices increases

– S moves to S’

– Shortage @ P1 of Q1, Q2

– Equilibrium @ P3, Q3

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Income Rises

P D D’ S

– Demand moves to D’ Shortage @ P1 of Q1, Q2

– Equilibrium @ P3, Q3

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Income Reduces

– Demand moves to D’

– Surplus @ P1 of Q1, Q2

– Equilibrium @ P3, Q3 

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Income Rises & raw material prices fall

– The increase in D is more than the increase in S

– Equilibrium price and quantity rise to P2, Q2

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Income Increases & raw material prices decreases 

– The rise in D is less than the increase in S

– Equilibrium price reduce to P2and quantity rise to Q2

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Income Decreases & raw material prices decreases 

D’

– The decrease in D is more than the increase in S

– Equilibrium price and quantity lowers to P2 Q2

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Income decreases & raw material prices decreases 

– The decrease in D is less than the rise in S

– Equilibrium price reduce  to P2 and quantity increase to Q2

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