# Microeconomics Note TU

## Meaning and Types of the Production Function

Meaning of the Production Function The technical process that links inputs to the output of a good is known as the production function of that good. It is defined as the technological relationship between inputs and output giving the maximum output that can be produced from various input combinations. The production function analyses the relationship […]

## Production, Total Product(TP), Average Product(AP), and Marginal Product(MP)

Meaning of Production In economics, production means the creation of utility for sale. The act of creating utility is done by transferring a set of inputs into some output of good or service. The output has a greater utility than the inputs together. Thus, output or new product created is sold in the market. If

## Types of Demand

The willingness to buy a commodity or a service for which necessary resources are available is known as demand. Both desire and resourcefulness are essential requirements for demand. An individual or a family will have demand for several things like food, house, computer, clothes, medicine, car, education, health care, entertainment, and so on to satisfy

## Concept of Duality in Consumer Theory

Meaning of Duality The term duality is habitually used to denote a dissimilarity between two correlated concepts, such as duel characteristics of developing economies. It means duality is related to looking for a particular thing in different two alternative ways. Thus, in consumer theory, duality is the alternative way of looking at the consumer’s utility

## Income Consumption and Engel Curve

Learning Objective To explain the derivation of income consumption and Engel curve for a normal and inferior good This issue deals with the impact of change in income on the quantity demanded of good measured along the x-axis (generally quantity demanded of good X). If we hold all the prices of goods constant and increase

## Change in Prices and Derivation of Demand Curve

Introduction In the analysis of consumer’s equilibrium, price and income are exogenous variables, and changes in the values of these variables have a direct effect on the consumer’s equilibrium or the consumer’s optimal choice of the goods. The effect of change in money income on the consumer’s optimal purchase decision is traced by the income

## Comparative Statics of Consumer Behavior

Introduction The theory of consumer behavior and demand is grounded on the assumption that consumers try to allot limited money income among available goods and services to maximize satisfaction. The consumer purchases to maximize satisfaction subject to the constraint that these purchases do not exceed the consumer’s limited money income. Thus, for the theory of

## Consumer’s Equilibrium with Indifference Curve Approach

Introduction A consumer attains his/her equilibrium when he/she maximizes his/her total utility, given his/her income and the prices of the two commodities. We combine the indifference curves and the budget line on the same diagram to illustrate the consumer’s equilibrium graphically. The indifference curve in the utility analysis assumes that the consumer tries to maximize

## The Consumption Decision

Learning Objective To explain the technique and solution of the consumption decision problem Once the consumer identifies his or her preference concerning several consumption bundles represented by the indifference map and which bundles can or cannot be afforded represented by the budget line, the decision problem is now related to the consumption decision. The straightforward

## Preference Ordering

Background and Concept of Preference Ordering Learning Objective To explain the concept of preference ordering and axioms of preference ordering Every individual consumer or each household has a fairly accurate notion of money income for a reasonable period. It also has some notion (perhaps not well defined) of the goods and services it wants to

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