Economics Solutions Manual for Microeconomics Theory by James Mitchell Henderson

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It hardly needs to be added that the case of three or more inputs is the only one that really matters. The FIE comparative statics is therefore more ‘inclusive’ – and yields less definite results – than a strict partial equilibrium comparative statics. Many things, including the price ratios, depend on the characteristics of the overall economic system within which an individual firm and industry operates, as well as on the specific shock which is examined. In this book we present an orderly sequence of different specifications of the economic system and of different shocks, aiming both to coordinate previous knowledge and to offer new results.

We aim to shed more light on the microeconomics of industry equilibrium when there is an economy-wide tendency to vanishing net profits, claiming that this tendency alone provides a sufficient reason for a series of results (of either a positive or a negative nature) to hold. This may be a useful building block common to many overall theories. g. , 1995, pp. 340–41); far less attention, if any, is devoted to other shocks, which modify the long-run equilibrium of the individual firm, independently of any effect on the number of the firms.

It may be helpful to represent the above argument diagrammatically. 8). 1. These curves are drawn in dotted lines to emphasize that only the points marked A and B – the minimum average cost points – are genuine FIE points. 1 The real input price curve. 75, because in this case the chosen output increases sufficiently to outweigh the effect of input substitution. This is an example of the ‘curiosum’ found by Ferguson and Saving (1969). 5 is t such that both inputs react to the relative input price in the conventional way.

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