What is asymmetric information?In a letter to a magazine, Mr. Smith wrote: “If people will buy less gasoline, the supply would increase and the price would fall.

What is asymmetric information?In a letter to a magazine, Mr. Smith wrote: “If people will buy less gasoline, the supply would increase and the price would fall.
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Directions: Answer the following questions.

1. In a letter to a magazine, Mr. Smith wrote: “If people will buy less gasoline, the supply would increase and the price would fall. Simple- but fundamental economics.”Do you agree with Mr. Smith? Why or why not? (5 pts).

2. Consider each market in the questions below. Assume that the market is competitive. The market is initially in equilibrium. Assuming all else is constant, what effect does each of the factor mentioned have on the equilibrium price and quantity in each of the market? Use graph to illustrate your anwer. Use subscript “1” to show the initial demand and supply curves, and the initial equilibrium price and quantity. Use subscript “2” to show the new demand or supply curve, and the new equilibrium price and quantity. At the bottom of your graph indicate the following: P↑ for increase, P↓ for decrease, Q↑ for increase, and Q↓ for decrease.(Hint: you must first draw a graph indicating the initial equilibrium price and quantity. You must label your graphs as instructed above (30 pts).

a. It used to take us an hour to build a smoke detector. Now it takes from 6 to 10 minutes. What happens in the market for smoke detectors?

b. Suppose the market for Mickey Mouse T-shirts is in the equilibrium. A new technology appears that reduces the costs of making the shirts. At the same time, a successful advertising campaign for the shirts is launched on children’s TV shows

c. Sugar prices leap. What happens in the market for sugar alternatives?

d. Prices of baseball tickets have risen over the last 20 years, yet attendance continues to rise. What has happened in the market for baseball games?

e. For dietary reasons, the U.S. public reduces substantially its consumption of candy and pastry. What happens in the sugar market? Assume the sugar market is competitive.

3. a. What is asymmetric information? (5)

b. What is adverse selection, and when does it occur? (5)

c. What is moral hazard, and when does it occur? (5)

d. What are public goods, what problem is caused by public goods, and how can it be overcome? (15 pts).

4. Why does the government use price ceiling and price floor? (10).

5.On March 9, 2017 the U.S. Republican Party unveiled a health care plan for Americans, which they call: American Health Care Act (AHCA). It is designed to replace the 2010 Democratic Party health care plan called the Affordable Health Act (ACA) popularly known as the Obamacare.

On March 13, 2017 the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) “scored” the Republican Party AHCA plan. The architects of the AHCA plan and the White House immediately and aggressively dismissed the some of the estimates of the CBO score because it did not conform to their positive expectations of their plans while praising its estimate of the budget deficit and insurance premium from 2017 to 2026, and about 10 per cent reduction in health insurance premium in the same period. (Please do your own research on the issue). Based on this information please answer the following questions to the best of your understanding our discussions on Market Failure. (25)


 

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