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The preferences chosen to develop this document are those of Leontief type fixed proportions – perfect complementsthe formulas used of the substitution-effect and the income-effect are proposed by Hal Varian in his text Intermediate Microeconomics Edition 8th Antoni Bosch.
This is the latest version of this item. This document analyzes the changes that suffer the amounts demanded of a good, due to changes in its price.
The document will cover the fundamental concepts that the reader faces when solving these restricted nichoslon problems, emphasizing the calculation method of the Price-Consumption path equation.
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Efectos Sustitución y Renta en el caso de preferencias específicas – Munich Personal RePEc Archive
Curvas de Oferta-Precio No lineales para el caso de preferencias de consumo Cuasi-lineales. In microecconomica of the Intermediate Microeconomics or Microeconomic Theory texts, when the demand of individuals subject is analyzed, especially the Price-Consumption paths and Income-Expansion pathsExamples are presented in which the utility functions correspond to regular preferences, that is, the equations describing the behavior of the curves, correspond to straight lines.
In general, when the price of a good varies the amount also change, according to the relation of the demand function with the price variable, these may increase or decrease depending on the function.
In microeconomics textbooks of which there are many and very good ones is not performed a detailed exposition of how to calculate the equations corresponding to these curves Price Consumption path and Income Expansion path if these do not correspond to linear functions. Reproduction and distribution subject to descargat approval of the copyright owners.
The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate through a practical example, what happens in the case where the variations in the prices of any of the goods involved in the analysis for grahis case two goodssimultaneously affect the quantities consumed of both goods. In some cases according with the preferences of individuals, the change in the price of a good, it can affect the demand of the other good, depending on the relation between them, it means, there could be a relation of substitutability, complementarity or neutrality between goods that are analyzed.
For this we use the decomposition in Income and Substitution effects posed by Slutsky and Hicks in their work concerning the analysis of the demand.
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