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How can 1 BTC gain value in USD if inflation is happening?

So, right now, 1 BTC (bitcoin) is worth ≈ 578.25 USD. But, with the inflation of the USD, how can 1 BTC still hold its value at 578.25? Why doesn't it decrease? Let's set this example: 1 BTC = 1 USD....
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What is autocorrelation of prices?

In my econometrics and economics classes, the term autocorrelation has come up this quarter. I have read the Wikipedia pages about it and tried to understand them, but they are a bit beyond me. They ...
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Calculating price elasticity by asking a “this” or “that” question

Let's say 2 goods exist: A for 10 and B for 20 (B is more premium in this example) If I decrease the price of both goods by 10% and ask: "Do you prefer A for 9 or B for 18 " What sort of insights (...
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How are final stock prices arrived at?

'Everybody' knows that prices are generally governed by offer & demand, but I am wondering on the details of the stock exchange here. How are stock prices (the ones which are nicely listed every ...
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Supplier offers “Price Protection Tariff” w/o exit fees, and more expensive Variable Price tariff. Does that mean it is betting on the price falling?

My energy supplier offers two tariffs: The first is a "Price Protection tariff". It gives you a fixed per-kWh price for 12 months, and has no exit fees (23.28 cent) The other is a "Variable price ...
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Prices on year by year basis

I want to know the cost of milk on a year by year basis, say for the last 10 or 20 years. similarly I may want to know price of other items also (petrol, rice, biryani, etc). I just need the average ...
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Converting price for service in the foreign market to local price

I am a student researching 3D scanning service and developing it for a specific centre in my country, where the service does not exist in the way it does in USA. I know the price for the service in US....
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How to measure expected price growth rate for oil?

How can someone measure the expected annual price growth rate for oil? Also, where can I find past annual price growth rate for oil values? Any help would be appreciated.
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price elasticity: Linear regression low r square

I faced an interview question for a job where interviewer asked me suppose your r square is very low (between 5 to 10%) for a price elasticity model. How would you solve this question? Anything that ...
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Can heterogeneous prices be consistent with competitive equilibrium?

I do not want to put many constraints on the structure of the problem, except by defining a competitive equilibrium as such where firms are price takers in the factor and good(s) market, and, perhaps (...
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Can the effect of different prices of gasoline at different gas stations be measured?

I am looking for studies in which the effect on demand of different prices of gasoline at different gas stations in the same area is measured or estimated (on the same day or hour). This question ...
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Market structure determination

I will be conducting a research about the market structure of an outdoor farmers market. I wanted to know what kind of survey questions could help me for example to determine the PES of the market or ...
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Are monopolies always price makers?

I have the following True/False question: A single price-taking firm on the market is called a monopoly. As far as I know, a monopoly is a price maker not a price taker. That being said if it is a ...
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Walras's law in a Fisher market

Walras's law is stated for an exchange market: each agent comes to the market with a certain endowment of each commodity, a price-vector is determined, and the demand of each agent is the best bundle ...
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Adaptation of new keynesian model

I'm looking for literature in new keynesian model adaptation to model price shocks. I'm aware of Blanchard, Olivier, and Jordi Gali. 2007. “The Macroeconomic Effects of Oil Shocks: Why Are the 2000s ...
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What are the (immediate) effects of changing a good's price on consumer and producer surplus?

Basically, I'm trying to understand why the total surplus is maximized at the equilibrium and what happens if the price isn't at the equilibrium. Say the price of a good is the equilibrium price. ...
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How to increase price gradually?

I sell so called "tokens" for so called Ether. I receive an arbitrary amount of Ether in a transaction. I sent back a calculated amount of tokens. I want the price of a token increase as more tokens ...
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Why did the internet price rise in the last 5 years in Germany?

5 years ago a casual internet connection with 10 Mbit and telephone connection cost about 20 € per month in Germany. Today, the chepest contract that I could find in Germany is an internet ...
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How to calculate average buy price when you buy, sell and rebuy

I wanted to get my avaerage buy price for some stocks I bought and see if I made money. So far for just buying and then later selling I have been calculating the avaege buy price using this formula <...
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Modeling Asymmetric price adjustment (downward price inflexibility)

There is any way to model downward price inflexibility? Because the different models of sticky prices, don´t have more downward inflexibility than upward.
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Modelling prices to identify price outliers

I am currently trying to find 'Price Outliers' in a set of data. Given a set of product prices (within a product category, e.g. milk) I want to filter for prices that are suspicious - for example I ...
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Find change in gross profit after price change

How do you solve this question? A company has 3 products. They contribute to 30%, 30% and 40% of sales respectively. They have profit margins of 15%, 30%, and 50% respectively. If the ...
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How to measure home value distribution in a city? [closed]

I would like to know how I can measure and compare the distributions of home values across cities. I have collected the following data for each city: a) median price in the city; b) number of ...
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What are examples of inversely (negatively) correlated stock prices in economics?

I’m looking for example of two goods/wealth that demonstrate inverse/negative correlation. For example if price of A rises then price of ...
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Why are Massachusetts electricity costs so high?

Massachusetts has the third highest electricity cost in the US (after Hawaii and Connecticut). Why is this?
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Unit Elasticity Calculation Question

I'm struggling with a math concept dealing with unit elasticity at an undergraduate textbook level. In most problems, we are given a starting price and an ending price as well as corresponding ...
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Why do we have autarky price of mud pies equal to 0.5 of cheese, while it must be zero?

(It's assumed that we work with the Ricardian model) Absurdtopia is an autarky. Production of 1 mud pie requires 1 labor, while production of 1 cheese requires 2 labor. We know that price of 1 mud pie ...
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Renewal of multiple notions of value in contemporary (green, public good) economy and are there general game theories?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exchange_value mentions 4 notions of value: economic value, exchange value, use value, price. But this article also mentions that these are Marxian concepts and the ...
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What does pilot price mean in the context of marketing?

In my lecture slide, it is said to be one of the competition-based price determination. When I searched online, I was unable to find anything relevant.
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What gives value to precious, luxury things?

What makes things precious? For example Gold, Silver, Diamonds, etc. Once they were unknown to human being. And now they are the more pricey things. I guess its just the way these things were ...
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Ranking products according to Price Elasticity Of Demand

Assuming ceteris paribus conditions, rank the following products in order from the most price elastic to the least price elastic. Explain why. Ice Cream Peter’s Chocolate Ice Cream Chocolate Ice ...
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Why, in general, do product or service prices rise in time? [duplicate]

My question is simple: Why is it, in general, that the prices of products or services (regardless of demand and supply) are always on the rise in western society? For example, the rent we pay ...
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Multiplant Monopoly With Third Degree Price Discrimination

I am trying to do an exercise with a Monopoly Firm with 2 production plants that supplies 3 different markets. I know how to do every case (Multiplant monopoly or third degree price discrimination), ...
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Why doesnt Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility not affect price effect?

Ok so in my textbook, it is given that the downward slope of the demand-price curve is justified by three factors: Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility Income Effect(Real income) Substitution effect ...
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Can the demand curve be a rectangular hyperbola, but $E_D \neq 1$? [closed]

So, I am given the next table: I am asked to find $Q_D$. So the prerequisites to find $Q_D$ is that the price must change, and all other factors of demand must be steady. So, I can find the $Q_D$ ...
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Depreciation of local currency and its effect on prices

I have problem with an article Lee H., C. Park, 2013, International Transmission of Food Prices and Volatilities: A Panel Analysis. Authors wrote: Difference in log of exchange rates (LOC/ $)- As ...
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How to prove that profit function is convex in price (with smaller price)?

According to this site, if output price increases from $p*$ to $p'$ and factor prices remain constant, then a new production bundle chosen must yield at least the same amount of profits as the old ...
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Effect of a change in quality on price elasticity of demand

I am interested to know how one would expect a change in the quality of a product to affect its price elasticity of demand. Two example will illustrate my confusion: Example 1 Suppose a producer is ...
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Difference between the minimum selling price and the actual selling price

I'm actually wondering what the correct name for the difference between the minimum selling price and the actual selling price is? Let's say I'm having an product A. After all calculations(costs, ...
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Do Chinese tariffs on American goods make them more expensive to American consumers?

This CNN article seems to imply that Chinese tariffs on American goods will make them more expensive to American consumers. Is this true? I did think that tariffs by your own country on imported ...
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Understanding the law of supply

In high school, I've never really questioned the law of supply, taking it as a given. As I begin an introductory economics course in university, "relearning" the fundamentals of Economics, I realise ...
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Did I calculate maximum price of machine correctly?

Problem: A firm wants to buy a machine for its factory. It will work for two years. During the first year it will yield 240 thousand roubles and during the second year it will yield 200 thousands ...
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Why is there negative sign for income effect in slutsky equation? [closed]

Slutsky identity is given by: ∆x/∆p = (∆x/∆p)|substitution effect + (∆x/∆p)|income effect Now we know ∆m= x*∆p => ∆p=∆m/x Therefore, ∆x/∆p = (∆x/∆p)|substitution effect + (x*(∆x/∆m))|income effect But ...
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Using ML to estimate demand function

Say, I am looking to estimate the demand curve for rental of a real estate property. The demand varies depending on time of the year, location, economic and demographic variables. I'd like to ...
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How to calculate the maximum willingness to pay? (Reservation price)

I have to solve the following exercise. I cant figure out what I have to do know. I hope i can get some help. Suppose you have the following utility: $U (x_1, x_2) = 4x_1 ^ .5+2x_2 ^ .5$ and you have ...
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How to determine price per unit and quantity sold of product from financial statement

Situation I hope I'm asking in the right place. I'm writing a paper on the application of quadratic functions in economics and intend to use the Total Revenue function as well as the Profit function ...
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Which Is The Better Way To Calculate Marginal Revenue? Using Derivative Or R(Q)-R(Q-1)?

I Still A Bit Confused About Marginal Revenue. Since Marginal Revenue Is The Additional Revenue We Get From Producing 1 Additional Good. That Means Marginal Revenue Is R(Q) - R(Q-1). My Teacher Says ...
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Question Regarding Equilibrium Price & Surplus

So here's an example of a standard Supply & Demand Relationship for an Individual Supplier: As a supplier, for 1 dollar, I'll produce 1 unit of something. For 2 dollars, I'll produce 2 units, for ...
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Is the relationship between cost and value typically logarithmic?

Consider the comparison of two new cars. One costs \$250k and the other \$25k. One would naturally expect the quality (value) of the \$250k car to be greater than the \$25k car but does economics have ...
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Average Return for Commodity

Suppose I have a function of a varying values represented by randomness. A stock or price of a commodity would be a good example. What is the average return for that stock on any given interval of ...