# Economic Analysis On Higher Education - Beijing University - Research Paper

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Microeconomics Problem set 3 Due date April 17
1. (5 points) Post 2 questions (and your response) for the final.
2. (8 points) Each firm supplying good X has the cost function of
x10Q2 + 50
There are 4 firms in the market supplying good X.
(a) Given that the market for good X is perfectly competitive, what is the market supply curve for good X?
(b) Find the equilibrium price and quantity of good X.
3.
0(12 points) Suppose you were consulting for a country that is prone to typhoons. The government knows the initial demand for bottled water:
1
QCurrent supply is given by:
D = 300 − 200p
QS = −100 + 600p
A typhoon hits and the demand for bottled water increases. Supply is not affected by the typhoon. New demand is given by:
Q
0D = 500 − 200p
Q is in gallons per day, p is in dollars per gallon.
(a) Find the old equilibrium price and quantity
(b) Find the new equilibrium price and quantity
(c) Which policy is in the best interest of consumers as a group? Explain your recommendation
i. Setting a price ceiling at the old equilibrium price
ii. Allowing the price to rise to a new equilibrium
4.
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