## supply, Microeconomics

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concept of supply

#### Explain and illustrate, explain and illustrate the changing demand for big ...

explain and illustrate the changing demand for big mac using indefference curve and budget line

#### Elasticity, How much would the price of Good Z (Pz) have to change in order...

How much would the price of Good Z (Pz) have to change in order to increase the consumption of Good C by twenty five percent (25%)?

#### Principle of economics , A city government regulates taxi fares.  It also l...

A city government regulates taxi fares.  It also limits the number of taxicabs (by licensing), and has not changed the limit on cabs for lot of years.  At one time vacant taxis wer

#### When is tax to society cause a deadweight loss, When is tax to society caus...

When is tax to society cause a deadweight loss? Applying Consumer and Producer Surplus: The Efficiency Costs of a Tax A tax causes a deadweight loss to society, since les

#### Theory of consumer behavior, indifference curve for the demand for big macs...

indifference curve for the demand for big macs

#### Demand function is homogeneous of degree zero, Demand Function is Homogeneo...

Demand Function is Homogeneous of Degree Zero: Mathematical Presentation  we will show that demand function is homogeneous of degree zero in prices and money income. In o

#### Narrowness of definition of the commodity, Question : (a) Explain why...

Question : (a) Explain why each of the following factors may influence the own price elasticity of demand for a commodity. (i) Consumer preferences, that is, whether c

#### Define shortages occur when price controls are in effect, Why is it true th...

Why is it true that shortages usually occur mainly when price controls are in effect? In the nonexistence of price controls the shortage generally goes away quickly because price

#### Average total cost, Average Total Cost (ATC): ATC is the total cost per uni...

Average Total Cost (ATC): ATC is the total cost per unit of output. ATC = TC/y = (TFC + TVC)/y = AFC +AVC ATC falls sharply at the beginning of the production process because