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ECON 301- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 24 pages long!)

[ECON 301] Comprehensive guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Lec 2 Utility Maximization Utility is a purely theoretical construct defined as: - ...

Economics
ECON301
Alain- Desire Nimubona
ECON301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Economic Equilibrium, Utility, Competitive Equilibrium

Lec 2 Utility Maximization Utility is a purely theoretical construct defined as: - If an individual prefers bundle x-(x1,x2) to another bundle y-(y1,y2) then an individual is said to get “a higher level of ut...

Economics
ECON301
Alain- Desire Nimubona
ECON301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pareto Efficiency

subindervono fras pareto set an coram, Soke Set UMP X sdoc like usual permit system ucost for good 2. T retumoto P, t T find Bi/2 lssodoe demand toat set p into demand for sub p

Economics
ECON301
Jean Guillaume Forand
ECON301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pareto Efficiency, Social Welfare Function, Convex Preferences

ECON 301 Final Indifference Curves • Generally downward sloping • Do not intersect • Higher IC curves correspond to higher utility levels MRS - Substitution of outputs consumed MRT – substitution of o...

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ECON301
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