• Card 7 / 8: How would a decrease in expected interest rates over one's working life affect one's intertemporal budget constraint? How would it affect one's consumption/saving decision?

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    Lower interest rates would make lending cheaper and saving less rewarding. This would be reflected in a flatter intertemporal budget line, a rotation around the amount of current income. This would likely cause a decrease in saving and an increase in current consumption, though the results for any individual would depend on time preference.

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explain equilibrium price
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what can the government do to allocate efficient resources?
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If product A and B are substitutes, products B and C are complements and the markets for products A and C are unrelated, which one of the following statements regarding the markets for products A, B and C
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If the movement of the supply curve for product A took place but the price failed to adjust to the new level of market equilibrium what would likely be witnessed in the market?
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features of monopolistic market
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monopolistic market is a market whereby there's only one seller in the system
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how to compute average Total cost
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Average Total Cost (avc) is just equal to the total price of the firm divided by the quantity (Q) sold. i.e avc=TC/Q
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implication of ordinal utility and cardinal Utility
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Where income and car price are measured in thousands, and the price of bus travel is measured in average dollars per 100 miles traveled. Assuming the average automobile price is $22,000, income is $40,000, the price of bus travel is $25, and the price of gasoline is $3, calculate and interpret the i
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law of demand with help of table and diagram?
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what's the formula for cross price elasticity
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elastic
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price elasticity of demand greater than 1
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elastic
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Where income and car price are measured in thousands, and the price of bus travel is measured in average dollars per 100 miles traveled. Assuming the average automobile price is $22,000, income is $40,000, the price of bus travel is $25, and the price of gasoline is $3, calculate and interpret the i
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why don't use points on the indifference curve as consumer equilibrium?
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Production function y=Xå what are values of a supperscript to make the production function legitimate?
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