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  • Topic: Supply and demand, Economic equilibrium, Partial equilibrium
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1How will the market supply curve of a good shift (i.e left ,right or no shift) in each of the following cases? (a) Costs of producing the good fall.................................................... left /right / no shift

(b) Alternative products (in supply) become more profitable........... left /right / no shift

(c) The price of the good rises .......................................................... left /right / no shift

(d) Firms anticipate that the price of the good is about to fall.......... left /right / no shift

2 How will the following changes affect the market price of wheat flour (assuming that the market is initially in equilibrium )? In each case, sketch what happens to the demand and /or supply curves and, as result, what happens to the equilibrium price. (a) People consume more bread

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(b) The discovery of a new cheaper way of milling flour
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(c) The prices of other grains rise
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(d)Rise and potatoes fall in price
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3 The effect of an increase in demand on equilibrium price and quantity, when supply remains unchanged is to A) Increase both equilibrium price and quantity
B) Increase both equilibrium price only
C) Increase equilibrium quantity only
D) Decrease equilibrium price
E) Decrease equilibrium quantity
4 the effect of both an increase in demand and a decrease in supply on market equilibrium is to A) Decrease equilibrium price
B) Increase equilibrium price
C) Decrease equilibrium price and decrease equilibrium quantity D) Leave the equilibrium price and equilibrium quantity...
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