- (10 points) The market for many goods changes in predictable ways according to the time of year, in response to events such as holidays, vacation times, and seasonal changes in production. Using supply and demand graphs, explain the change in price in each of the following cases.
- Plot demand and supply curves for a product from linear functions and then illustrate and/or calculate the effects of the imposition of a specific tax on the market (on price, quantity, consumer expenditure, producer revenue, government revenue, consumer surplus and producer surplus).
- 5. Identification Problem: In most cases only demand functions are estimated in attempts to measure the demand elasticity of interest. However, it is well known that the demand function is part of a simultaneous equations system consisting of both supply and demand functions.
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