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EEFA - FACTORS AFFECTING ELESTICITY OF SUPPLY - FINAL YEAR CS/IT - SRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - DR,K,BARANIDHARAN

EEFA - FACTORS AFFECTING ELESTICITY OF SUPPLY - FINAL YEAR CS/IT - SRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - DR,K,BARANIDHARAN

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    EEFA - FACTORS AFFECTING ELESTICITY OF SUPPLY  - FINAL YEAR CS/IT - SRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - DR,K,BARANIDHARAN EEFA - FACTORS AFFECTING ELESTICITY OF SUPPLY - FINAL YEAR CS/IT - SRI SAIRAM INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - DR,K,BARANIDHARAN Presentation Transcript

    • Dr.K.Baranidharan Present by…
    • Engineering Economics & Financial Accountingment Ee&fa 218 August 2013
    • FACTORS AFFECTING ELASTICITY OF SUPPLY
    • Time has a greater influence on elasticity of supply than on demand. Generally supply tends to be inelastic in the short run because time available to organize and adjust supply to demand is insufficient. Supply would be more elastic in the long run. TIME PERIOD
    • When factors of production are available in plenty and freely mobile from one occupation to another, supply tends to be elastic and vice versa. AVAILABILITY AND MOBILITY OF FACTORS OF PRODUCTION
    • Modern methods of production expand output and hence supply tends to be elastic. Old methods reduce output and supply tends to be inelastic. TECHNOLOGICAL IMPROVEMENTS
    • If cost of production rise rapidly as output expands, then there will not be much incentive to increase output as the extra benefit will be choked off by increase in cost. Hence supply tends to be inelastic and vice versa COST OF PRODUCTION
    • If the seller is selling his product in different markets, supply tends to be elastic in any one of the market because, a fall in the price in one market will induce him to sell in another market. Again, if he is producing several types of goods and can switch over easily from one to another, then each of his products will be elastic in supply. KINDS AND NATURE OF MARKETS
    • Political conditions may disrupt production of a product. In that case, supply tends to become inelastic. POLITICAL CONDITIONS
    • Supply tends to become more elastic if there are more sellers freely selling their products and vice versa. NUMBER OF SELLERS
    • A firm can charge a higher price for its products, if prices of other products are higher and vice versa. PRICES OF RELATED GOODS
    • If the seller is happy with small output, supply tends to be inelastic and vice versa. GOALS OF THE FIRM
    • Movement along the supply curve • Economics use the term’change in quantity suoolid’ for a movement along the supply curve which takes place when the price of the commodity changes. • Other words it is the law of supply the explains the movement along the supply curve. Faculty of Business and Economics (FBE), The IIPM, New Delhi
    • Dr.K.Baranidharan THANK YOU