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1 ECON Midterm #2 Practice Problems Question #1 Suppose that there is a small country known as Econland. Now lets open up Econland to the world economy. Suppose the world price of widgets is \$2. Since we are assuming that Econland is small relative to the world market then its trade policy will have no effect on the world price. The domestic demand and supply for widgets is given in the graph below. (a) Suppose there is a total ban on widget imports. (This is like setting an import quota equal to 0.) What is the equilibrium widget price in Econland? (b) Suppose that the ban on widget imports is lifted. What quantity of widgets would be produced and consumed in Econland? (c) What is the loss in total Econland surplus from the import ban relative to the free market? (d) What are the two reasons why the total Econland surplus declines when we compare the case of the import ban to the free trade case? 1

2 Question #2 Pam consumes pizza and soda. She has an income of \$100. The price of pizza is p pizza = \$10 and the price of soda is p soda = \$5. Her indifference curves are illustrated in the graph below. (a) Illustrate Pams budget constraint in the figure above and label it BC 1. Provide an interpretation of the slope of the budget constraint. (b) Illustrate Pams optimal consumption bundle in the graph above, by labeling it point A. At the optimal consumption bundle how many pizzas and sodas does Pam consume. (c) What is the marginal rate of substitution at Point A (you found this in part (b)). (d) Suppose the price of pizza rises to p pizza = \$50. Illustrate the new budget constraint and label it BC 2. Label Pams new optimal consumption bundle point B. At the new higher price of Pizza how many pizzas and sodas does Pam s consume. (e) Breakdown the movement from A to C from the price change into a substitution effect (a movement from point A to an appropriate point B) and an income effect (which will be the movement from point B to point C). Label the optimal consumption choice at BC 3 as point S. 2

3 Question #3 Consider an economy with two agents, Argentina and Brazil. The economy only produces two goods, coffee and sugar. Argentina and Brazil can produce the goods as follows: Coffee Sugar Argentina 4 hours/unit 2 hours/unit Brazil 6 hours/unit 4 hours/unit (a) Fill in the following table, computing the opportunity cost of production of each good for each country: Argentina Brazil Coffee Sugar (b) Who has the absolute advantage in the production of coffee? Why? (c) Who has the comparative advantage in the production of coffee? Why? (d) Consider the price of coffee in terms of sugar. What is the highest price at which coffee can be traded that would make both countries better off? What is the lowest price? Explain. 3

4 Question #4 Consider the following PPF. (a) Fill in the Blank: The Opportunity Cost of Good X is? (b) Fill in the Blank: The Opportunity Cost of Good Y is? (c) Circle ALL bundles that are attainable: (d) Circle ALL bundles that are unattainable: (e) Circle ALL bundles that are efficient: (f) Circle ONE: TRUE / FALSE The following technology process: Individual requires 2 hours to produce each unit of X, and 3 hours to produce each unit of Y, could result in the above PPF. 4

5 Question #5 Suppose Sara s income is \$60. Only two goods exist for Sara, junk food and gasoline. Junk food costs \$2 per unit and gasoline costs \$4 per unit. (a) Construct Sara s budget constraint (put junk food on the Y-axis). (b) Illustrate Sara s optimal consumption bundle (using indifference curves like those seen in class). (c) Now suppose the price of gasoline decreases to \$2 per unit. Assume that junk food is an inferior good for Sara and gasoline is a normal good for Sara. Using this information, graphically illustrate the effects of this price change using the diagram above. Clearly illustrate the income and substitution effects. 5

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