# Questions tagged [supply-and-demand]

Supply and Demand is an economic model of price determination in a market. Demand refers to how much (quantity) of a product or service is desired by buyers. Supply represents how much the market can offer.

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### Import and export of defence requirements,atomic clock and value,price of Gold [closed]

Are imports and exports of defense requirements of country{defence arms, weapons productions of the country], Gold and atomic clocks are interrelated? if we take into account exports and imports of ...
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Productivity paradox https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Productivity_paradox is the name for the slow productivity growth (i.e. slow GDP growth) of the developed economies despite the robotics, AI, ...
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### What is the best way to estimate a demand curve?

I did a linear regression on quantity sold and price for a good and simply the coefficients don't make any sense. number of observations = 16 Demand=1868 -14*P Suply=0 +45*P So p*= 1421.778 and Q*= ...
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### How would a global Robin Hood deed affect the economy? [closed]

In one fiction series about a dystopian world, a small group of wealthy criminals owned a large fraction of the world's cash, which was on their bank accounts in a single offshore bank. In the happy ...
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### Interpreting the q-intercept of the demand curve

Given a demand curve for a particular commodity, which I'll interpret as a function $p(q)$, the $p$-intercept can be interpreted as the choke price, i.e. the lowest price at which quantity demanded is ...
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### In demand and supply chart, why is it assumed that import will only happen if domestic suppliers are unable to supply?

First Review What I do understand, The demand and supply chart shows once imports are allowed... Tariff is added on imports resulting in loss of consumer surplus and increase in supplier surplus. I ...
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### What is a good way to generate realistic utility curves?

I am aiming to program a basic simulation of a simplified economy to look at the impact of various interventions. The economy will have N groups of homogeneous consumers and M producer / employer ...
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### Effects of Eliminating Government Controls on Supply (organ donation)

I was having a discussion with somebody about organ transplants. I gave the free market pov that allowing the sale of organs would greatly increase the supply, and the all-in price would come down ...
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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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### Are businesses and individuals buying clean / green / renewable energy contribute to slowing down the climate change?

I'm not sure if an individual choosing a "green energy supplier" is making any difference. My (potentially naive, uneducated) logic is as follows: ...
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### Perfectly elastic supply

How would you algebraically write a perfectly elastic supply? Will it be infinite at price = 4? (The choice of the number 4 is completely arbitrary)
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### Why doesn't the San Francisco Bay Area have two-story houses?

The San Francisco Bay Area is an interesting place. Housing prices are through the roof (hehe) and increasing by an average of 5-20% per year for the past 20 years. This is largely driven by an ...
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### Increased production costs associated with increased output produced? Why do firms have prices increase with the SRAS or Supply Curve?

In my textbook, it said (this is for SRAS and AD, but I'm also going to apply this a bit fo microeconomics.. sorry for mixing, but my question applies in both ways, I believe) "The average price ...
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### Interest rate determination in the real world

I have just learnt about the demand and supply framework for money and how the equilibrium interest rate in an economy can be determined. In theory, based on that framework, an increase in nominal ...
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### Deadweight Loss and Excise Taxes

I am currently reading through the 5th Edition of Economics, by Paul Krugman and Robin Wells. Right now I am learning about excise taxes and how their different aspects (government revenue, deadweight ...
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### Would Pilots and Air travel be considered complementary?

Now, my economics teacher and I have a disagreement. According to theory, as the price of air travel (airline tickets) increases, the demand for pilots will decrease as well because fewer people will ...
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### Analytical approach to estimate equilibrium price for Real Estate Property

I am looking to calculate the equilibrium price, i.e an optimal price that I can set without affecting demand and maximize revenue. I've gathered historical data: occupancy rates, asking rents for ...
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### What is supply-side of economics?

I've got a question for economics that I need help with, here is the question: "What is meant by the supply side of economics? Define the term āsupplyā in the context of economics and explain the ...
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### Can a rescue package be considered as a subsidy to the industry?

In the BBC article, France announces ā¬8bn rescue plan for car industry, it is mentioned that the car industry will be given a rescue package to avoid unemployment. Would this be considered as a ...
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### simple aggregate demand GDP question

Explain whether aggregate demand responds more, less, or in the same way to changes in autonomous consumption when taxes depend or do not depend on GDP. I think the answer is more. As in my ...
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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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### The law of supply and demand - How does it work?

I've learned what the principle of supply and demand says, and would paraphrase it like this: The price of a good is at equilibrium when supply and demand are equal. Or with other words: The price ...
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### What is the difference between the demand schedule and the demand curve?

What is the difference between the demand schedule and the demand curve that a monopolist or monopsonist has? Could someone provide details for both cases or even some paradigm or a graph. I can not ...
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### Price Changes in Factor and Product Markets

I think something is wrong in my reasoning, and I can't really find out what it is Lets say the supply of labor decreases in a market. That would mean that the wage rate would increase in that market....
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### Why did coronavirus cause a food shortage?

The argument I have seen is that since restaurants closed, demand for food is down. I understand how demand being suddenly lower could disrupt supply. What I don't understand is why demand is down. ...
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### Demand-side effects meaning

I found the term of demand-side effects in the abstract of the following paper: journals-sagepub-com/ DOI/abs/10.1177/0974930619872083 . What does that mean? Can you explain it to me please? I need ...
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### Is this a violation of the law of demand? [closed]

Beach resorts typically raise their prices during the summer months and yet more people book rooms at those times. Is this a violation of the law of demand? If so, why? If not, how would you be able ...
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### Wonāt paying wages to temporarily unemployed due to Coronavirus result in inflation?

UK government promises to pay 80% of wages for people unemployed due to coronavirus. I am not economist, so I am probably missing something, but shouldnāt paying wages to unemployed due to coronavirus ...
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### What are the consequences of price-capping non-perishables undergoing temporary demand-spikes?

Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak (2020 for future readers), many consumers worldwide are overstocking on non-perishable products like toilet papers and hand sanitizers, in order to avoid ...