Answer to Question #70305 in Microeconomics for hisham adel abdo
According to the other economic concept pizzas and beer are complementary goods and the decrease in the price of beer results in the increased demand for pizzas.
It is highly possible that both concepts are applicable in this case and they both have an impact on the pizza pricing. It is hard to say, though, to which extend those factors influence the pizza price since we have no information about the structure of the local pizza market (that is, how many parlours were there before, how many pizzas they supplied and how much the market has contracted etc.) as well as we have no information about the gastronomical predilections of the locals.
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