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  • (bq) part 1 book "principles of microeconomics" has contents: introduction, production possibilities and opportunity costs, elasticity, happiness, utility, and consumer choice, demand and supply, price ceilings and price floors, entrepreneurship and business ownership, costs of production, maximizing profit,...and other contents.

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  • Chapter 5, Using supply and demand. In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Apply the supply and demand model to real-word events, demonstrate the effect of a price ceiling and a price floor on a market, explain the effect of excise taxes and tariffs on a market, explain the effect of quantity restrictions on a market, explain the effect of a third-party payer system on equilibrium price and quantity.

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  • Ian shoved his hands deep in his pockets and scowled down the length of the empty subway platform. His hands were freezing, he was in a bitch of a bad mood, and he had no idea why he'd agreed to meet Coreen at her apartment. All things considered, neutral ground might have been a better idea. He shifted his scowl to the LED clock hanging from the ceiling. 12:17. Thirteen minutes to get from Eglinton West to Wilson Station, six blocks worth of bus ride, and then a three block run to Coreen's.

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  • In this chapter you will examine the effects of government policies that place a ceiling on prices, examine the effects of government policies that put a floor under prices, consider how a tax on a good affects the price of the good and the quantity sold, learn that taxes levied on buyers and taxes levied on sellers are equivalent.

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  • In this chapter you will examine the effects of government policies that place a ceiling on prices, examine the effects of government policies that put a floor under prices, consider how a tax on a good affects the price of the good and the quantity sold, learn that taxes levied on buyers and taxes levied on sellers are equivalent.

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  • Chapter 5: Using supply and demand. In this chapter you will learn: Apply the supply and demand model to real-word events, demonstrate the effect of a price ceiling and a price floor on a market, explain the effect of excise taxes and tariffs on a market, explain the effect of quantity restrictions on a market, explain the effect of a third-party payer system on equilibrium price and quantity.

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  • Usury laws establish a legal maximum interest rate (or price) that lenders may charge for a loan or extension of credit. These laws are, in effect, a form of price control. When a usury law is introduced, it may have no impact on the credit market or it may alter the way in which price and quantity are determined. Exactly what happens depends on where the usury ceiling is relative to the market rate. When the legal ceiling is above the market rate of interest, the law has no effect at all. The market forces of supply and demand are not bound by the usury...

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  • Expectations of Fed policy actions are not directly observable, of course, but Fed funds futures prices are a natural, market-based proxy for those expectations. The market was established in 1989 at the Chicago Board of Trade, and contracts based on one- through five-month Fed funds are currently traded, along with a “spot month” contract based on the current month’s funds rate.

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  • Chapter 3 - Supply and demand. After studying this chapter you will be able to: Define and explain demand in a product or service market; define and explain supply; determine the equilibrium point in the market for a specific good, given data on supply and demand at different price levels; understand what causes shifts in demand and supply; understand how price ceilings cause shortages; understand how price floors cause surpluses.

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  • But, establishing a lower-than-market interest rate by means of a usury ceiling will also bring about a decrease in the quantity of credit supplied. Given lenders costs, the amount of credit they will provide when the interest rate is held down is limited. Like any other business, if a lender does not recoup its costs and earn an adequate return on its resources, it will put those resources to work elsewhere.

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  • Bài này gồm có những nội dung chính sau: Giá (price), cầu (demand) & cung (supply), hệ số co giãn (elasticity), thị trường (market) và cân bằng thị trường, giá trần (ceiling price), giá sàn (floor price), thất bại của thị trường (market failure), tác động ngoại lai (externalities), thông tin bất đối xứng (information asymmetry), hàng hóa công (puplic goods).

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  • Furthermore, when lenders institute non-interest charges such as fees to compensate for interest rate ceilings, they effectively raise the cost of credit for all successful borrowers. Therefore, while a ceiling may reduce the explicit price of credit (interest rate), it may not result in lower overall costs of borrowing even for those able to obtain loans. Additionally, non-interest charges make it more complicated for customers to comprehend the total cost of borrowing and more difficult to make well-informed credit decisions.

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  • Laws designed to prevent usury, or the taking of "excessive" interest, have long been the subject of controversy. While advocates of usury ceilings claim that such controls protect consumers from abusive lending practices and enable them to obtain loans at reasonable rates, their critics argue that they work to consumers' disadvantage by restricting credit flows and distorting financial markets. In economic theory, the credit market is viewed like any other market. There are buyers (borrowers) and sellers (lenders) of credit; the price of credit is the interest rate.

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  • A common argument in favor of usury laws is that without them, borrowers would be forced to pay exorbitant interest rates, or at least rates that are unreasonable in relation to the cost of supplying credit. According to economic theory, a competitive market is sufficient to prevent lenders from exercising power over pricing or earning more than a normal return. The price established in a competitive market reflects suppliers' costs of providing the given amount of that good. To be sure, removing a binding usury ceiling will result in higher interest rates.

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  • By encouraging these lending practices, usury ceilings may fail to give consumers the protection and benefits that they were intended to provide. That is, usury laws may actually reduce the amount of credit that is available to low income or inexperienced borrowers. Low-priced credit is not useful to those who cannot meet the requirements for obtaining it. Thus, when lenders ration credit by some means other than price, first-time borrowers, small borrowers, low-income and high-risk borrowers are likely to find it more difficult to obtain credit.

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