Demand theory is an economic principle relating to the relationship between consumer demand for goods and services and their prices in the market.

Demand theory forms the basis for the demand curve, which relates consumer desire to the amount of goods available. As more of a good or service is available, demand drops and so does the equilibrium price.

Theory of Consumer Demand - Applied Economics

In this “Theory of Consumer Demand - Applied Economics” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Ordinal Approach (Indifference Curve Analysis)
  2. Meaning of Indifference Curve
  3. Properties of Indifference Curve
  4. Consumers Equilibrium
  5. Changes in Consumer’s Equilibrium
  6. Price Effect
  7. Income Effect
  8. Substitution Effect
  9. Decomposition of Price Effect into Income and Substitution Effect
  10. Decomposition Of The Price Effect Into Income And Substitution Effects With A Fall In The Price Of Normal Goods Under Hicksian Approach
  11. Demand and Demand Function
  12. Price Elasticity of Demand (Ep)
  13. Types (Degree) of Price Elasticity of Demand
  14. Determinants of Price Elasticity of Demand
  15. Income Elasticity of Demand (Ey)
  16. Types of Income Elasticity of Demand
  17. Cross Elasticity of Demand (EC)
  18. Types Of Cross Elasticity of Demand
  19. Supply and Supply Function
  20. Price Elasticity of Supply
  21. Degrees or Types of Price Elasticity of Supply
  22. Economics of Speculation




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BCA 6th Semester Applied Economics Notes Pdf:

  1. Unit I: Introduction Of Economics - Applied Economics
  2. Unit III: Analysis Of Cost And Revenue - Applied Economics
  3. Unit IV: Theory Of Production - Applied Economics
  4. Unit V: Product Pricing - Applied Economics
  5. Unit VI: Factor Pricing - Applied Economics
  6. Unit VII: National Income - Applied Economics
  7. Unit VIII: Theory Of Employment - Applied Economics
  8. Unit IX: Consumption Saving And Investment Functions - Applied Economics
  9. Unit X: Business Cycle - Applied Economics
  10. Unit XI: The Mechanism Of Foreign Exchange - Applied Economics
  11. Unit XII: Macro Stabilizing Policies - Applied Economics
  12. Unit XIII: Economics of Development - Applied Economics