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Roger A. Arnold
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13th Edition
Roger A. Arnold
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Textbook Problem

Explain diagrammatically why a good whose consumption is subsidized is likely to sell for a higher price than a good whose consumption is not subsidized.

To determine

The impact of subsidy on the demand curve.

Explanation

Figure 1 shows the demand curves for good X.

The horizontal axis of Figure 1 measures the quantity of good X and the vertical axis measures the price. The initial demand curve without any subsidy is D1...

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