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2 Name: Section: TA: Page 2 of 11 Multiple Choice Questions (best 13 out of 14: 39 points) 1. (3 points) Kevin O Leary (Mr. Wonderful) from Shark Tank is very busy and successful. He must choose how to prioritize his time. If he does an episode of Shark Tank, he must travel to LA, which costs him \$1,000, and he will get paid \$30,000. If he works on one of his businesses at home in Canada, he can make \$60,000 during that time. If he travels to New York to speak at a business conference, it will cost him \$500, and he will get paid \$61,000. What is Mr. Wonderful s opportunity cost of doing an episode of Shark Tank? A. \$31,000 B. \$59,000 C. \$61,000 D. \$61, (3 points) Peter, Sarah, Robert and Amanda live on the same island. They can produce chips or cars. The following table shows the number of hours they can work each day and how many chips and cars they produce per hour: Peter Sarah Robert Amanda Hours Chips per hour Cars per hour has an absolute advantage at producing chips; at producing cars. A. Sarah; Sarah B. Sarah; Robert C. Robert; Sarah D. Robert; Robert has a comparative advantage (3 points) Which of the following statements is true? A. Price Elasticity of Demand is positive for most goods B. Cross price elasticity is negative for complements C. Income elasticity is negative for normal goods D. Price Elasticity of Supply always ranges from 0 to (3 points) Rainy island was previously a closed economy. The demand for umbrella is P = 30 2Q D, the supply for umbrellas is P = Q S. The unit for quantity is pair. Now Rainy island opens to global trade. The price of each umbrella on the global market is \$14. How many umbrellas will Rainy island import or export? A. Import; 14 B. Export; 14 C. Import; 6 D. Export; 6 4.

3 Name: Section: TA: Page 3 of (3 points) Suppose you own a cellphone company that is the only one cellphone producer in a market. There is an increase in labor wage level that makes cellphone production costlier. Compared to before, what will happen to the total revenue of the firm? A. Increase B. Not change C. Decrease D. Not enough information (3 points) Consider a monopoly that engages in perfect price discrimination. Which of the following statements is true about the level of output that the perfectly price discriminating monopolist produces at? A. It is the same output produced in the perfectly competitive market B. It is the same output produced when single-price monopolistic that faces average cost pricing C. Both A and B are true D. Both A and B are false (3 points) A single price monopoly faces a linear downward sloping demand curve and a constant positive marginal cost. The monopoly is currently selling 100 units of the good a price of \$5. The government worried that the market is trading at an inefficient quantity, provides the firm with a lump-sum subsidy of \$5000. Which of the following is a result of the lump sum subsidy? I. The monopoly s profit increases II. III. More units of the good are traded The Deadweight Loss increases A. I only B. II only C. III only D. I and II E. II and III F. I and III G. I, II and III H. None (3 points) In the game below, the row player can play top (T) or bottom (B) while the column player can play left (L) or right (R). In each cell the row player gets the first payoff and the column player gets the second payoff. L R T 1, 1 3, 0 B 0, 3 x, x In which case does this game have a unique Nash Equilibrium that is not the Pareto efficient outcome? A. x = 4 B. x = 2 C. x = 0 D. None of the above 8.

4 Name: Section: TA: Page 4 of (3 points) Since apples are so high in nutritional density, they generate a positive externality for consumers. Suppose that the government wants to provide a per-unit subsidy to apple farmers in order to achieve the socially efficient consumption of apples. Assume that the demand in the market for apples is perfectly inelastic and supply is upward sloping. Which of the following statements is true regarding the implementation of this subsidy? I. Quantity of apples consumed increases II. The price paid by consumers decreases III. The price received by apple farmers decreases A. Only I B. Only II C. Only III D. I and II E. I and III F. I, II and III G. None (3 points) James Clarkson is an environmentalist that argues that in order to reduce the pollution created by cars, we would need to replace all cars with electric vehicles. His friend, Jeremy Hammond, disagrees and says there are other ways of decreasing pollution without replacing all cars. Which of the following is NOT one of these ways? A. A per unit tax per gallon of petrol B. Nationalizing the car industry, making it a monopoly C. Impose an effective price ceiling on public transportation D. Nationalizing the ride sharing industry, making it a monopoly (3 points) As shown on the graph below, when the price of good X falls, the consumer moves from consumption point A to consumption point C. The change from A to B shows the substitution effect and the change from B to C shows the income effect. Y A C B What type of goods are X and Y? X A. X is a normal good and Y is a normal good B. X is a normal good and Y is an inferior good C. X is an inferior good and Y is a normal good D. X is an inferior good and Y is an inferior good 11.

5 Name: Section: TA: Page 5 of (3 points) Rachel can either spend her time working as a buyer for Ralph Lauren or hanging out in her friend s apartment. Rachel s boss is so impressed with her work that he decides to promote her to Merchandising Manager, which results in a huge raise for Rachel. After getting that raise, Rachel decides to spend less time on work and more time on leisure. Which of the following statements is true regarding Rachel s preferences for labor and leisure? A. Leisure must be a normal good for which the income effect outweighs the substitution effect B. Leisure must be an inferior good for which the income effect outweighs the substitution effect C. Leisure must be an inferior good for which the substitution effect outweighs the income effect D. Leisure must be a normal good for which the subsitution effect outweighs the income effect E. None of the above (3 points) A monopsonistic labor market is currently in equilibrium. Suppose the government places a minimum wage at the level shown below. What can be concluded? w MC L S L \$5 Minimum wage \$4 0 L m L 2 L 1 D L L I. The market is efficient II. There is a shortage of labor III. There is unemployment IV. More workers are employed A. I B. I and IV C. III D. III and IV (3 points) Intel is a monopoly in the market for processors. The market demand for processors is P = 100 Q D. The market supply for processors is P = 3Q S. Intel needs to hire workers on the labor market. Marginal productivity of labor is MP L = L. Suppose the equilibrium wage is \$400. How many workers will Intel hire? A. 50 B. 60 C. 70 D

6 Name: Section: TA: Page 6 of 11 Short Answer Questions (61 points total) To get any point you must show your work. 15. Cary is a city that only has one producer and seller of strawberries called Dale and Sons. Dale and Sons hires farmers in Cary to produce the strawberries, and it is the only firm that hires farmers in Cary. Assume that in the market for strawberries, demand is downward sloping an marginal cost is upward sloping. Assume that in the market for farmers, the labor demand is downward sloping and the labor supply is upward sloping. (a) What sort of labor market is the labor market for farmers in Cary? Why is the Marginal Cost of labor above the labor supply in this market? (b) Plot the labor market for farmers and the product market for strawberries below. Label the wage w and employment L level in the market for farmers, and the equilibirum price P and quantity Q of strawberries. Be sure to label all of the curves. Label the deaweight loss in each market (if any) and unemployement in the farmers market (if any). P w 0 Q 0 L Figure 1: Market for strawberries Figure 2: Market for farmers

7 Name: Section: TA: Page 7 of 11 (c) The mayor of Cary is concerned that the level of employement in the market for farmers is inefficient. He is considering imposing a minimum wage. You are the Cary Economics Advisor so the mayor asks for your advice. Can a minimum wage increase employment and reduce the inefficiency? Why or why not? Explain how it might affect the strawberry market. Note: You can ignore the feedback effect. Now assume that there are many farms in Cary, that all take the strawberry price as given and that all hire farmers at a given wage of \$10. This will be true for the rest of the question. (d) The mayor s constituents are asking him to institute a minimum wage of \$15. What will this do to the wage, employment and unemployment? What will it do to the efficiency of the labor market? Explain. (e) Another advisor suggests that instead of imposing an effective price floor in the market for farmers, the mayor should impose an efffective price floor in the market for strawberries. Describe how that policy would impact both markets in terms of efficiency. Note: You can ignore the feedback effect.

9 Name: Section: TA: Page 9 of 11 iii. As the price of bread increases, Andy decreases his bread consumption. How much of that decrease is due to the income effect, and how much is due to the substitution effect? Explain. (c) The store where Andy shops is now out of avocados, but offers two types of bread: sliced bread and baguette. Two slices of bread give Andy exactly the same level of utility as 1 baguette. Assume the price of a slice of bread is \$2 and the price of a baguette is \$2. Andy s income is still \$12. On the graph below, label Andy s optimal consumption point Z, and draw the indifference curve going through Z well as the budget line. How many baguettes and bread slices does Andy consume at the optimal consumption point? Baguettes Bread slices

10 Name: Section: TA: Page 10 of After World War II, the US converted much of their armament manufacturing plants into factories that produced consumer goods such as automobiles. Suppose during this period, the market for cars was perfectly competitive, with the supply given by P = Q/5, and the demand given by P = 40 Q/5, where P is price of a car (in thousand dollars) and Q is the number of cars per year (in millions). (a) On the graph below, draw the supply and demand for cars, and calculate and plot the equilibrium price and quantity of cars in the US market during this period. Be sure to label your graph. P (\$ thousand) 0 Q (million cars) After the occupation of Japan and the Korean War ended in the 1950s, automobile manufacturing became a driving force for growth and development in East Asia. (b) Suppose the price of a car coming out of East Asia was \$10 thousands, which could be freely imported into the US and no matter how many was imported the price would stay the same. i. At this new price, what is the quantity of cars supplied by domestic producers, what is the quantity of cars demanded by domestic consumers? ii. How many cars does the US import? Show imports on the graph you drew in part (a). iii. Do domestic producers and consumers benefit from these imports? Explain. No calculation needed. (c) After the global financial crisis in 2008, the US saw the rise of popular political candidates, like Senator Bernie Sanders and President Donald Trump, who were cynical of the benefit of international trade. Suppose that to protect the domestic car industry, the US government decides

11 Name: Section: TA: Page 11 of 11 to ban car imports, so the market is back to its intital situation from part (a). Consumer lobbies complain that this will increase car prices, so the government decides to also subsidize the car industry. i. What is the per-unit subsidy that the government should grant to guarantee that consumers will be just as well off as before the import ban? ii. With that subsidy, what are the price paid by consumers and the price received by producers? iii. What is the total government expenditure with the subsidy? iv. Suppose you work at the Council of Economic Advisers. Based on the criteria of efficiency and equity, compare the two policies.

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