ECO561 ECO/561 ECO 561 Market Equilibrating Process Paper (received 5 out of 5) - 18523

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Understanding how market equilibrium is maintained is essential for business managers. As a manager, it is important to understand how economic principles, and specifically supply and demand, are a part of your everyday business decisions.


For this assignment, relate the concepts of the market equilibrating process in the Weeks One and Two readings and learning activities to a prior real-world experience occurring in a free market. The experience does not necessarily have to be work related.


Explain the market equilibrating process in relation to your experience. Include academic research to support your ideas.


Consider the following components in your explanation:


·         Law of demand and the determinants of demand

·         Law of supply and the determinants of supply

·         Efficient markets theory

·         Surplus and shortage


Use University of Phoenix Material: Appendix A to create graphs illustrating the equilibrating process in price relation to the shift in supply and demand.


Deliver the content as a 350- to 500-word paper or a 7- to 10-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation


Format your citations and references consistent with APA guidelines.


If you choose the Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation option, you will need to put significant content in the notes for the each slide.


TurnItIn Originality Reports cannot be run for a Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation, so you will need to have the content of your presentation in a file that can be run through the plagiarism checker in CWE (a doc file for example). 

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Market equilibrium takes place when the amount of goods, which consumers demand is equal to the amount of goods, which producers or sellers supply (McConnell, Brue, & Flynn, 2009). Price remains stable because there is no surplus or shortage in the market (Figure 1). The subject of this paper is to explain the market equilibrating process in relation to