Chapter 28
Graphs
Graph 28.1: Single-Peaked Preferences over Public School Spending
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Chapter 28. Graphs
Graph 28.2: The Median Voter Theorem
Graph 28.3: Non-Single Peaked Preferences over Public School Spending
Graph 28.4: 3 Possible Voting Agendas
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Chapter 21
Graphs
Graph 21.1: Maximizing Social Surplus in the Presence of a Negative Production
Externality
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Chapter 21. Graphs
Graph 21.2: An Ecient Pigouvian Tax
Graph 21.3: A Market for Pollution Vouchers
Graph 21.4: Underproduction in the Presence
Chapter 24
Graphs
Graph 24.1: Example of a 2-Player Sequential Move Game
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Chapter 24. Graphs
Graph 24.2: Driving on the Left or Right Side of the Road with Sequential
Moves
Graph 24.3: Game Tree for the Game Represented in Table ?
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Graph 24.4: Facing
Chapter 27
Graphs
Graph 27.1: Aggregate Demand Curves for Private and Public Goods
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Chapter 27. Graphs
Graph 27.2: Optimal Provision of Public Goods
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Graph 27.3: Private Provision of Public Goods
Graph 27.4: The Changing Nash Equilibrium under Subsidi
Chapter 24
Tables
Table 24.1: Payos in a 2-Player Simultaneous Move Game
Table 24.2: Driving on the Left or Right Side of the Road
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Chapter 24. Tables
Table 24.3: A Sequential Move Game Represented in a Payo Matrix
Table 24.4: A Game with a Single Ecie
Chapter 16
Graphs
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Chapter 16. Graphs
Graph 16.1: Deriving a Graphical Depiction of a 2-Person, 2-Good Exchange
Economy
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Graph 16.2: Exhausting Gains from Trade in the Edgeworth Box
Graph 16.3: The Contract Curve: Pareto Ecient Allocations in the Edge
Chapter 18
Graphs
Graph 18.1: Dierent Distributions of Consumer and Producer Surplus in a
Market
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Chapter 18. Graphs
Graph 18.2: Perfectly Price Inelastic and Elastic Demand
Graph 18.3: Price Elasticity along a Linear Demand Curve
Graph 18.4: Price Ela
Chapter 19
Graphs
Graph 19.1: Statutory versus Economic Incidence of Taxes
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Chapter 19. Graphs
Graph 19.2: The Economic Incidence of a Subsidy
Graph 19.3: Price Elasticities and the Relative Burden of Taxes on Buyers and
Sellers
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Graph 19.4: Taxes and
Chapter 20
Graphs
Graph 20.1: Equilibrium Across 2 Markets
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Chapter 20. Graphs
Graph 20.2: Changes in Surplus when Trade is Permitted
Graph 20.3: The Imposition of a Tari on Hero Cards
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Graph 20.4: A Tari when Supply is Perfectly Elastic in the Export
Chapter 13
Graphs
Graph 13.1: Short Run Expenditure and Cost Curves
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Chapter 13. Graphs
Graph 13.2: Short Run Expenditure versus Long Run Cost Curves
Graph 13.3: Shut down versus Exit Price
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Graph 13.4: Output Supply in the Short Run
Graph 13.5: Long
Chapter 15
Graphs
Graph 15.1: Two Consumers behaving as One Unit
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Chapter 15. Graphs
Graph 15.2: Aggregating Consumers with Quasilinear Tastes
Graph 15.3: Aggregate Consumer and Worker Surplus when Tastes are Quasilinear
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Graph 15.4: Three Ways of Ill
Chapter 12
Graphs
Graph 12.1: Prot Maximization in the 1 Input and 2 Input Model
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Graph 12.2:
Nechyba
Chapter 12. Graphs
2-Dimensional Level Curves from a 3-Dimensional Mount
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Graph 12.3: Deriving 2-Dimensional Isoquants from a 3-Dimensional Productio
Chapter 11
Graphs
Graph 11.1: Two Types of Producer Choice Sets and Associated Production
Frontiers
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Chapter 11. Graphs
Graph 11.2: The M P Associated with the Production Frontiers in Graph ?
Graph 11.3: Producer Indierence or Isoprot Curves
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Graph 11
Chapter 10
Graphs
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Chapter 10. Graphs
Graph 10.1: Deriving M W T P from M RS of Indierence Curve Containing
bundle A
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Graph 10.2: Deriving M W T P from Compensated Budgets
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Chapter 10. Graphs
Graph 10.3: M W T P , T W T P and Consumer Surplus
Graph 1
Chapter 9
Graphs
Graph 9.1: Income-Demand Curves when Pasta is Inferior (a) and Steak is
normal (b)
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Chapter 9. Graphs
Graph 9.2: Three Types of Own-Price Demand Curves
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Graph 9.3: Cross-Price Demand Curve when Tastes are Quasilinear in x1
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Chapter 9
Chapter 8
Graphs
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Chapter 8. Graphs
Graph 8.1: Substitution and Wealth Eects when Income is Derived Endogenously from Selling Gasoline
Graph 8.2: Substitution and Wealth Eects in Leisure/Consumption Choices
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Graph 8.3: Finding a Wage Tax Payment when
Chapter 7
Graphs
Graph 7.1: Income Eects for Inferior and Normal Goods
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Chapter 7. Graphs
Graph 7.2: Income Eects for Necessities and Luxuries
Graph 7.3: Substitution Eects in the Cayman Islands
Graph 7.4: The Degree of Substitutability and the Size of
Chapter 2
Graphs
Graph 2.1: Budget Constraint and Choice Set
Graph 2.2: An Increase in Exogenous Income
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Chapter 2. Graphs
Graph 2.3: A Decrease in Price
Graph 2.4: Kinked Budget Constraints
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Graph 2.5: Budget Constraint with Three Goods
Graph 2.6: Pr