ECN211 L6 Supply (continued)_BB

ECN211 L6 Supply (continued)_BB - ECN 211 Macroeconomic...

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1 ECN 211 Macroeconomic Principles L6: Supply and Equilibrium
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Algebra- Supply Curve Simple:  Qs = 2P-100 Ex: If price is $150 then quantity supplied is? A) Qs = 2(150)-100=200 units Note: as P is on the vertical axis we usually look at  (inverse) supply curves: P = 50+0.5Qs The 50 (or the y-axis intercept) is the minimum amount  firms will pay 2
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Translating into table form 3 Price Quantity Supplied $350 600 $300 500 $250 400 $200 300 $150 200 $100 100 $50 0 Remember: P = 50+0.5Qs
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Translating into a  Diagram 4 Price Quantity Supplied Supply $300 $50 500 600 Remember: P = 50 +0.5Qs $350
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Complicated: Supply for good X: Qs x  = 0.5P  - 0.25Wage  + 0.6Prod - 100 If the price of good X is $400, wages are $100 and  prductivity is 40 what is the quantity supplied of good X? Qs x  = .5(400) - .25(100) + .6(40) -100 Qsx = 200 – 25 + 24 – 100 Qsx=99 5
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6 Equilibrium In equilibrium, quantity demanded equals quantity supplied $5 20 Price Quantity $10 10 S D 15 $7.50 Equilibrium
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