Microeconomics (7th Edition) by Robert Pindyck, Daniel Rubinfeld

By Robert Pindyck, Daniel Rubinfeld

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How might these regulations and standards change over time? How might they affect costs and profits? ) Public Policy Design: Automobile Emission Standards for the Twenty-First Century In 1970, the Federal Clean Air Act imposed strict tailpipe emission standards on new automobiles. These standards have become increasingly stringent-the 1970 levels of nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, and carbon monoxide emitted by automobiles had been reduced by about 90 percent by 1999. Now, as the number of cars on the roads keeps increasing, the government must consider how stringent these standards should be in the coming years.

Markets and Prices Economists are often concerned with market definition-with determining which buyers and sellers should be included in a particular market. When defining a market, potential interactions of buyers and sellers can be just as important as actual ones. An example of this is the market for gold. A New Yorker who wants to buy gold is unlikely to travel to Zurich to do so. Most buyers of gold in New York will interact only with sellers in New York. But because the cost of transporting gold is small relative to its value, buyers of gold in New York could purchase their gold in Zurich if the prices there were significantly lower.

M. Scherer, "Archer-Daniels-Midland and Clinton Corn Processing," Case C16-92-1126, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 1992. 11 12 PART 1 • Introduction: Markets and Prices that sugar and corn syrup were both part of a broad market for sweeteners. The acquisition was allowed to go through. Sugar and corn syrup continue to be used interchangeably to satisfy Americans' strong taste for sweetened foods. S. was about 140 pounds per person, of which sugar accounted for 62 pounds and corn syrup 78 pounds .

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