In this lesson, our instructor Jibin Park gives an introduction on supply and demand. He discusses the supply and demand model, the demand curve, supply curve, equilibrium, and shifts to the supply and demand curve.
Most, if not all, items found in the private sector follow the laws of supply and demand.
The demand curve is a downward sloping line – as price goes up, quantity demanded goes down.
The supply curve is an upward sloping line – as price goes up, quantity supplied goes up.
A change in demand means that the entire demand curve has shifted (either right or left) because something other than price has changed.
A change in supply means that the entire supply curve has shifted (either right or left) because something other than price has changed.
A shortage occurs when the price is below the equilibrium price.
A surplus occurs when the price is above the equilibrium price.
Supply & Demand
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