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Notes on Consumer Choice and Utility Maximization In this note, we will discuss the following issues: 1) Utility and Consumer Decision Making 2) Where Demand Curve Comes From? 3) Can all individual choice be rational? Can we derive an upward sloping demand curve? 4) How does the budget constraint (BC) represent the choices a consumer can afford? 5) How do indifference curves (IC) represent the consumer’s preferences? 6) What determines how a consumer divides her resources between two goods? Can we use the BC and IC to illustrate utility maximization? 7) How does the optimal consumption bundle based on utility maximization change? a. Brief discussion about Substitution Effect. b. Brief discussion about Income Effect. .
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