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Theoryofsupply

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Theoryofsupply

  1. 1. ECONOMICS THEORY OF SUPPLY Short revision series
  2. 2. What is supply?  Quantity of output brought for sale in the market at a certain price.  The amount of a good producers would want to produce and sell at a specific price.  The amount of product that producers are willing and able to make available for sale at each of a series of prices during a specific period.
  3. 3. Difference between supply and stock  Stock is the quantity of output which a seller has with him and has not yet brought for sale; whereas  Supply is the quantity of output brought from existing stock for sale at a particular price in the market.
  4. 4. The law of supply  States that:  With all else equal, as price rises, the quantity supplied rises; as price falls the quantity supplied falls.  This means the quantity supplied is directly proportional to the price of the commodity.
  5. 5. Assumptions of law of supply  Constant cost of production  Constant price of capital goods  Constant technology
  6. 6. Factors that determine supply  Price of the good  Resource prices  Technology  Taxes and subsidies  Price of other goods  Future expectations  Number of sellers
  7. 7. Change in quantity supplied Vs. Change in Supply Change in quantity supplied Change in supply  Occurs due to change in the market price  Is represented by movement from one point to another on the same supply curve  Also called extension and contraction of supply  Occurs due to change in determinants of supply other than price  Is represented by a shift in the supply curve either to the right or to the left  Also called rise and fall in supply
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